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This is your pass to the city of Boston, with five of the city's best attractions at great savings. Come face to face with aquatic creatures of all shapes and sizes at the New England Aquarium. Experience amazing displays of science and technology at the world-renowned Museum of Science. Get a bird's eye view of the greater Boston Area from the Prudential Center Skywalk Observatory. See cultural treasures and historic icons from around the world at the Museum of Fine Arts. Finally, experience three museums in one at the Harvard Museum of Natural History.
Upon arrival, playful northern fur seals will greet you from their outdoor tank. Inside, the African penguins take over welcoming duties. Highlights include a giant, four-story ocean tank and a new "touch tank," where you can actually pat rays as they swim by.
Watch real chicks hatch before your eyes, witness lightning (safely!) and take an up-close look at the first space capsule. This world-renowned science museum is a thrilling way to spend an afternoon or an entire day.
At the 50th floor of the Prudential you'll find the famous Skywalk, Boston's only sky-high vantage point. On a clear day, see all the way to New Hampshire. And at night, the entire skyline stretches before you. For everyone, but the faint of heart.
Recently named one of the Top 25 Museums in the United States by TripAdvisor!This museum houses nearly 450,000 works of art, from ancient Egyptian to contemporary, but the centerpiece is the spectacular new wing for the Art of the Americas. Here, you'll be treated to large-scale masterpieces that haven't been displayed for decades. Admission is free for children 17 and under until September 9th. Please do not purchase this attraction for children 17 and under if you are planning to visit before September 9th.
Here, you'll find three museums in one: Comparative Zoology, the Herbaria and the Mineralogical and Geological Museums — with everything from a 1,600-pound amethyst geode to a fossil of a 15-foot-long ground sloth. Harvard's most-visited attraction!
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A Go Select Pass is priced as you build it. The exact savings depends on the combination of attractions. Generally, the more attractions you buy, the higher the savings.
30 days. Passes are valid for 30 calendar days from first use. You have up to 1 year from the date of purchase to use your pass for the first time.
Yes. You have one year from the date of purchase to begin using your pass. After one year, it will expire.
We know sometimes travel plans change, even at the very last minute. That's why, if you don't end up activating and using your pass within a year of the purchase date, we'll give you a full refund. No questions asked.
Here's the best part: unlike our competitors, this built-in cancellation insurance comes free with every pass we sell.
If you have any questions, please call our Customer Care Team at 800-887-9103. We'll tell you how you can return your non-activated pass for a refund.
Please note: Activated passes are non-refundable.
Your pass will be immediately available to download and/or print after checkout. You will also receive a pdf attached to your confirmation email.
Your pass is a PDF document. You need to a pdf reader to open your pass. Please visit http://get.adobe.com/reader to download and install a free reader from Adobe.
Each traveler will have his or her own Go Select Pass, containing a unique bar code. At most attractions, you simply present your Go Select Pass at the normal ticket window. The attendants will scan your pass and return it to you.
Please read the individual "Getting In" instructions for each attraction to determine if there are any special instructions. (Some attractions may require you to redeem your Go Select pass for a separate entrance pass.)
Child Passes are for children ages 3-12. Most attractions do not charge for children under 3 years old. However, there are some exceptions (especially children's museums and attractions geared toward very young travelers). If you have a child under 3 years old, please check with the attraction directly in advance. You may be charged at the gate.
Certain attractions may require reservations. While most do not require reservations, please read the "Getting In" details for each of your selected attractions to see if a reservation is required.
No. There are a few attractions which allow multi-day entry, but in general each attraction can be visited only once.
You can't remove attractions from a package, but visit our Go Select page to add more!
Yes, you can! Since you already have your paid admission on your phone, many of our attraction partners allow you to go straight to the gate, skipping the ticket line. Check the "Getting In" instructions for each attraction on your pass to see where and how.
We guarantee that you'll pay less than at the door when buying attractions together, but our partners ask that we do not disclose the unpublished rates they offer us. We will show you an overall discount, but not on a per-attraction basis.
When purchasing just a single attraction we display the price you'll pay.