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The Go Seattle Card is not longer available for purchase. Please visit our homepage to view other available products. The attraction list below is for reference only.

What's included in the Go Seattle Card?

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How it works

What is a Go Seattle Card?

A Go Seattle Card is an attraction pass that gets you into 0 Seattle attractions for one low price.

How does a Go Seattle Card Work?
  • Just select how many days you want to sightsee — we offer ${cardDays}-Day cards.
  • Your Go Seattle Card grants you admission to all 0 attractions for the number of days you bought the card for.
  • Simply present your pass at included attractions between 9:00am and 5:30pm.
  • Visiting your first attraction activates your card. Then, use it on consecutive calendar days.
How will I receive my pass?

You can choose to receive your pass:

  • Via email — just print it and go
  • Via mail
  • Pick it up at one of our in-city pickup locations.
What else does the pass include?

You'll get a guidebook with detailed attraction descriptions, hours of operation, and a map to help plan your itinerary. Plus extra dining, shopping and entertainment discounts to help you save even more along the way.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are "consecutive calendar days"?

"Consecutive calendar days" are days in a row.

If you have a 3-Day card, and you visit your first attraction on a Monday, your card will be valid on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Start your day early to get the most out of your card!

How do I "activate" my card?

Simply visit your first attraction!

How many days should I buy?

Most travelers visit between 2 and 3 attractions each day depending on individual preference. Our most popular card is the 3-Day card.

Is my card valid all day?

You can enter attractions until 5:30pm with the Go Seattle Card.

What is your refund policy?

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 with every card purchase — free of charge.

If you have any questions, or if you would like to initiate a refund anytime within 1 year of your purchase, please call our Customer Care Team at 800-887-9103. We'll tell you how you can return your non-activated card or pass.

Please note: Activated passes are non-refundable.

What delivery method should I choose?
  • Having your cards shipped in advance will save you time traveling to a pick up location when you get there. Note that transit times vary depending on shipping options. View delivery options.
  • With in-city pickup you can get a physical card and full-color printed guidebook without waiting for shipping. We will email you a voucher which can be redeemed for passes at one of our voucher redemption locations.
Do you ship Go Seattle Cards to hotels?

Sorry, we cannot ship to hotels because of delivery concerns.

I have a voucher, where can I pick up my card?

View a list of in-city pickup locations where you can redeem your voucher for cards.

Where can I buy the cards in Seattle?

View a list of sales locations in Seattle. Note that in-city purchases are available for full price only.

Does a Go Seattle Card expire?

Yes. You have one year from the date of purchase to begin using your pass. After one year, it will expire.

How much will I save?

We’ve made it easy to compare the combined gate prices with the price of the Go Seattle Card, to see how much you could save. Try our Savings Calculator!

How many attractions can I visit in one day?

On a Go Seattle Card, you can visit as many attractions as you want in a day from 9:00am-5:30pm.

Can I visit an attraction more than once?

In most cases, you can visit each attraction once per day. Some attractions are valid only once during the life of the pass. Please reference your guidebook for specific information on each attraction.

What is the age cut off for child cards?

Child cards 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.

Do I need to make reservations to visit the attractions?

Attractions that require a reservation will display this symbol on the guidebook page.

Some attractions require a credit card to hold a reservation. In these cases, your credit card will not be charged unless you do not show up for your reservation.

What happens if an attraction is closed or a tour is cancelled due to weather or other problem?

While we do our best to ensure that all attractions are available, events happen that are out of our control. The great thing about a Go Seattle Card is that there are so many attractions to choose from. If an attraction is closed, or cannot be visited for some reason, we know you'll find a fun alternative in your guidebook!

What do I do if my Go Seattle Card is lost or stolen?

Unfortunately, it cannot be replaced if it is lost or stolen. Please treat the card like cash.

What’s the catch?

There’s no catch. Go Seattle Card has a partnership with all of the participating attractions to make your visit to Seattle as memorable as possible and to help you save time and money.

I still have questions!

Please feel free to call us at 866‑628‑9029 and we’ll be happy to help you!

Note: A Go Seattle Card is non-transferable. This means that once you start using it, you are the only person who can use it to get into attractions. Go Seattle Cards may not be re-sold.

You should treat your Go Seattle Card like cash. If it is lost or stolen, it cannot be replaced.

Call us at 866‑628‑9029 and we'll be happy to help you!

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[1 of 1 customers found this review helpful]

A smat way to save $...worth it for sure
By Rob and Rick Verified Reviewer from Kennewick, WA on
Pros:
Saves time
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Seattle Card:

My partner and I went up to Seattle and we purchased the card before we left home. Now we live in Richland, WA, but we visit Seattle a lot. With the Go Card, we were able to visit museums, places of interest, etc with no hassle of wasting money. You simply take your card, the cashier runs it through, Viola!!!!! Your in!! This card is good for all the local museums in and around Seattle. Trust me, you will be glad to purchase the card!! Think of the extra money you can save!! TRY IT!!! GO BUY IT!!! You won't be sorry and you cannot go wrong with this card! :)

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[2 of 3 customers found this review helpful]

sorry to those who didnt research first
By Seattle or bust from Buena Vista, CO on
Pros:
Sounds very convenient, Sounds very economical, looking forward to it
Best Uses:
Plan trips using a map, Everything we want, Consider driving time
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Seattle Card:

Looking forward to the trip in July, from all the reviews of those who did not research the details, sorry you missed out, didnot plan your days wisely and missed out on some awesome stuff.... we are taken our children as I went as a child and loved it.. everything we plan to do is included on the card and we planned everything so, we won't regret our trip.. sounds like you all missed out on the 5:30 thing that I have read on the website numerous times.. your loss.. we plan to utilize our money, we can not afford to waste anything by not reading it all the way through

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[2 of 2 customers found this review helpful]

Going to buy again next time we go!!!
By Musher Girl Mel Verified Reviewer from FAI,AK on
Pros:
reasonable price, Got to do allot of stuff, Easy to use, No hassle
Cons:
Nothing,
Best Uses:
Pasific science center, Space Needle,
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Seattle Card:

We ordered the card and went and picked them up easily at the Pacific Science Center. There was no hassle, and it was so quick and easy to get the card we were able to do allot of stuff within three days! We are going back this October, and will be buying another card again!

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[4 of 4 customers found this review helpful]

Very useful, but beware of changes
By Jenny Verified Reviewer from Sacramento, CA on
Pros:
Variety of attractions, Offers great savings, Simple to use, Helpful guidebook, Convenient
Cons:
Attractions changed, Inaccurate websites, Short windows of time,
Best Uses:
Being a tourist, First time visitor,
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Seattle Card:

The Go Card ended up being fairly useful for myself and a group of friends on a trip to Seattle. We were fairly new to the town, so hitting all the tourist spots and museums was just perfect. However, when researching the card, which I did exhaustively, I didn't realize that some of the websites that listed the included attractions were obviously not up to date. Specifically, we had wanted to go on the Underground Tour, and when I looked it up, it was included (you can still find it if you google "Seattle underground tour" and "go card" together). When we got the guidebook, and eventually called the place, it was not part of the program. I was rather disappointed, given that it had been one of the three "must-see" sites on our list. Any site that advertises the card needs to be accurate to avoid this kind of experience. It should also tell you in the guidebook that you can use the pass for EACH event once every day. Luckily, with all my prior research, I knew that, but it didn't verify that in the book. When we didn't have time to finish an exhibit, we went back the next day to see it again. All in all, we really enjoyed the attractions we visited. There was a good number available, and if you are an active person, willing to start early and go all day, this card is definitely worth it. If you want to take your time, you won't be able to see enough to break even on the value. The card is only valid from 9-5:30 (some attractions are also closed for the winter), and they are not always close together. You have to be fairly high energy, but it's generally worth it.

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[6 of 9 customers found this review helpful]

Not good for 1 day trip
By Cat from Van, Canada on
Bottom Line:
No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Seattle Card:

We bought cards online and picked up[...]Then we went to Flight & Art Museums. When we arrived at Space Needle at 6pm, we were told that it was not valid after 5:30pm. No good value for one day card.

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[3 of 4 customers found this review helpful]

Great Buy
By Trying to see 50 states by 2012 from Central Ohio on
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Seattle Card:

We have purchased these gocards at several different cities. Look over the attractions first to see if it fits your interests. It requires some planning ahead of time. Try to see attractions by area; this is the way it is presented in the book. Your tickets have to be purchased by 05:30 pm. We purchased our Seattle Space Needle ticket in the morning and used it later that day when it cleared up. She also said we could have used it at night instead. Just know that the Space Needle lines can get long. Read over the whole book. There was a free exhibit in the book that was interesting to see: Jimi Hendrix memorial. We went on 2 Argosy boat tours which were good. The Museum of Flight is good. You get to board a Concorde & retired Air Force One. Definitely a money saver.

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[7 of 7 customers found this review helpful]

Great idea and value if you make it one!
By TW Verified Reviewer from Lehi, Utah on
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Seattle Card:

The Go Seattle Card is a great value if you really make an effort to go to many of the places on the card. We found ourselves trying things we may not have gone to just to help us feel like we got a better value. I would definitely recommend calculating the cost of what you really want to see and do before deciding to buy. A City Pass probably would have suited us fine, and been a little cheaper. Having said that though, we did experience a lot of fun places we may not have otherwise. The Museum of Flight is one example. It was absolutely incredible!!! We just happened to stop by on our way back to the airport and spent nearly three hours there. We could have spent even more. My husband and I loved it and so did our kids, 8 and 11. The Bug Safari was really unimpressive even though it was one of the places I actually wanted to see. The Pacific Science Center was another favorite for my kids. We spent hours there too. The Space Needle is a must. I recommend going early in the day as the lines were much shorter. Our family also enjoyed the Harbor Cruise and the Safeco Baseball Park tour. We also did the Qwest field tour, but it wasn't quite as fun. If you're into baseball, you have to take the tour. The field is amazing. The Music Experience, Science Fiction Musieum, Pacific Science Center and Space Needle can all be done in one day if you start early. They are all right at Seattle Center and are not all day activities. Overall a great purchase if you are committed to getting your money's worth.

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[2 of 2 customers found this review helpful]

Would not travel without it!
By Happy Traveler Verified Reviewer from Moore, Idaho on
Pros:
Everything we wanted, Cost Effective
Best Uses:
Space Needle, 20 off at resturant Science center Monorail Argosy Seahawk stadium
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Seattle Card:

The card allows you to do everything you would want to do anyway in seattle without having to pay large sums of money to do them. Nice when we got 20% off our lunch in the mexican resturant in the mall. The booklet that comes with it was a great help. I would highly reccomend this card to everyone.

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[4 of 6 customers found this review helpful]

Need to consider before buying again
By Ma Ma from Idaho on
Pros:
Save Money
Cons:
530pm cut off time
Best Uses:
For Adults
Bottom Line:
No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Seattle Card:

Can,t really do that much because of the 5.30pm cut off time. As not all attractions are located nearby each others. Rushed down all the way to another city to visit the attraction and was told that can,t used cards after 5.30pm, especially when it was not mentioned at all in booklet. After much argument, the person-in-charge then decided to give us a free ride, which we appreciated, if not the children will be very disappointed as they really looking forwards to it. Don,t understand why that there was 5.30pm cut off time when some attractions actually open till 8-11pm? Suggest to review 5.30pm cut off time so that will be more useful for family with children. If not please update booklet, so that card user will be aware of it.

Smart Destinations Response: Sorry for your dissappointment with the 5:30 cut-off. Unfortunately its necessary to allow us to offer the savings we do. It is called out repeatedly in the guidebook and on the site, but we'll review based on your feedback as we definitely don't want anyone to be surprised.
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[5 of 8 customers found this review helpful]

No good for WildWaves !!!
By EagleSpeaker Verified Reviewer from Seattle, WA on
Pros:
Nice selection of museums
Cons:
Not accepted some places
Bottom Line:
No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Go Seattle Card:

Both the Go Seattle Card Guidebook and the staff that sold us the card said it was currently valid at WildWaves Theme Park (we bought it at the booth outside EMP). This was the main reason we bought the card (we're from Canada). Turns out WildWaves does not accept the Go Seattle Pass at all. So I'm standing there at the entrance with my kids all ready to go in and we're told we will all need to pay full price. Reluctantly, I fork out the cash to pay for the entire group ($215+ ... that we could barely afford after paying for the Go Seattle Cards)Thanks for nothing Go Pass ... try properly informing your staff so this doesn't happen to other families that have faith in your service.

Smart Destinations Response: Our customer service is contacting this customer to make things right. It appears that the sales location gave this customer an outdated guidebook which contained the incorrect information. We're obviously both sorry and embarrassed this happened and are rechecking the guidebook stocks at the sales locations.
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