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The Go San Francisco Card More savings, more choices, more fun!

The Go San Francisco Card is a multi-attraction pass that lets you choose just what you want to do for one low price. Save up to 55% on combined admission to San Francisco's top museums, tours, and attractions.

Choose the perfect Go San Francisco Card for you!

Go San Francisco Card All Inclusive PassSave up to 55%

Save up to 55% on tours, museums, cruises, rentals & more!

  • Includes admission to 29 San Francisco attractions
  • Total flexibility — choose attractions as you go!
  • 1, 2, 3, 5, or 7-Day cards available
  • Plus free guidebook and extra savings on shopping & dining!

Admission to 29 San Francisco attractions for one low price:

  • Hop-On/Off Sightseeing Tour (24 Hour Ticket)
  • Aquarium of the Bay
  • California Academy of Sciences
  • Ripley's Believe it or Not!
  • Exploratorium
  • Bridge 2 Bridge Cruise
  • Bay City Bike Rental and Tours
  • S.S. Jeremiah O'Brien
  • Escape from the Rock
  • Wine Country Tour and Tastings
  • de Young Museum
  • Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
  • Conservatory of Flowers
  • and more!
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Starting from $60/adult, $45/child

Go San Francisco Card Top Attractions Pass

Save 40%

Save $95 per couple on 4 top attractions:

Golden Gate Bay Cruise
California Academy of Sciences
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Escape from the Rock Boat Cruise
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$72/adult, $47/child
Combined gate prices: $119.94/adult, $77.94/child

Go San Francisco Card Family Fun Pass

Save 40%

A family of 4 saves $191 on 5 kid-friendly attractions:

-Hop on Hop Off Sightseeing Tour (24 hours ticket)
-Aquarium of the Bay
-California Academy of Science
-Golden Gate Bay Cruise
-Exploratorium
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$89/adult, $59/child
Combined gate prices: $148.90/adult, $94.90/child

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