Experience Your City’s Best Attractions for up to 50% Off (Museums, Aquariums, & More)

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Be a tourist in your own city!

Check out all the iconic spots in your city (or your vacation spot) for a fraction of the price by purchasing a CityPASS! These discount booklets are your pass for up to 50% savings at the best museums, aquariums, zoos, and more!

As one example, a Denver CityPASS is $39 for adults and $29 for children and allows you to choose three fun adventures from any of these favorite city spots: Children’s Museum, Downtown Aquarium, Denver Art Museum, Denver Botanic Gardens, Denver Zoo, History Colorado Center, or Wings Over Rockies Air & Space Museum. If purchased at the ticket booth, you could pay up to $58.

No research required!

On each city’s page, click the “What You Save” icon, and you can see what current box office tickets are for each venue to make sure you’re getting the best deal. You can also click the “Plan Your Visit” icon to see more about each attraction.

Here’s how it works…

Once you purchase, you’ll have a whole six months to claim your CityPASS booklet so you can travel when it works for you. You can claim your booklet by redeeming your printed or electronic voucher (show right on your smartphone) at any of the included CityPASS attractions for your selected city.

Note- If you prefer, you can also choose to have your CityPASS booklet shipped to you for an additional $12. Vouchers expire February 28, 2019.

After you receive your CityPASS booklet, you have 9 days to complete all the activities in whatever order you want. Since you already have the tickets, there’s usually no waiting at long ticket lines! Just check your tickets in the booklet for entry instructions at each attraction.

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  1. Janina

    We lived in New York City for two years for my residency and my husband and I tried City Pass and we were always pleased with the experience and the money we saved! And then when we had friends and family visit us, we always recommended for them to get City Pass to see the city. 😊

    • Tina J

      What are the best attractions in New York ? We are. Going coming September from texas

  2. Nancy

    love it! We got the 3-day city pass when we went to California and saved about $200.

  3. Crystal

    We used this in Chicago! It saved us a ton of money but also time in line since most places had a special line for CityPASS.

  4. TM

    We tried a similar service in Niagara CA (NY side has one too). Has anyone else found these deals at other vacationy spots?

  5. Janina

    For this we always recommended to see Top of the Rock(at he Rockefeller Plaza), the Statue of Liberty cruise, and the any of the museums listed!
    Ive also been on top of Empire State bldg, but everything seemed farther and smaller.. enjoy the hop on and hop off bus because that’s how you see the city.. my husband did that too as we always took the subway.. and on our last month we got a car we would just randomly drive around the city to see ..
    We always try to go for our list do the touristy stuff:
    Museums- my favorites were the Museum of Modern Art / MoMA&Guggenheim Museum
    The Met-go see The Cloisters
    American Museum of Natural History,
    Please visit Central Park-so much to see there,
    Just walk around a certain area your pick,
    Go have some good Pizza.. try Lombardi’s
    Sandwiches at Katz’ deli
    Find some good food..
    But I also recommend to eat at little Italy .. there’s also a little Italy in the Bronx,
    I didn’t go see the Zoo but I heard great things about both ..
    Go to the Beach check out Coney Island or Long Beach..
    so much to see and do.. hope you have lots of time and great memories!

  6. Janina

    Tina J— that was for you I couldn’t send it as a reply to your question..

  7. AilineAZ

    I can only find the 12 cities. Identical to what you already listed but the post said there are lots of cities?! Please advise!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Thanks for the heads up! You are correct! We have removed that from the post!

  8. Victoria Dougherty

    Same goes if you’re traveling overseas. We used the Dublin Pass and should have purchased the London Pass, but didn’t realize it at the time.

  9. Dylan Fan

    When I go to NYC I use the explorer pass from GO city, you get 11 attractions for around $200 an adult. Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, 9/11 memorial, top of the rock are included. You can get smaller packages too.

  10. FosterMomsNeverHaveEmptyNestSyndrome

    We did this in Cali with 5 of our kids.. Universal Studios, Legoland, museums~ it was Amazing!
    Get them on Groupon and go through E Bates for6% back!

  11. Brianna

    In Las Vegas I use the Pogo Pass which is similar that you can get into attractions (like the kids museum, waterpark, bowling, trampoline places, etc). It’s kind of expensive unless you use a code (IHEARTPOGO is a good one). Which makes it considerably cheaper.

  12. TR

    Is there anything like this for Maui Hawaii?

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