If you are planning an NYC Super Bowl adventure and are looking for some fun pre- and post-game activities, CityPASS has you covered. Since this year’s Super Bowl committee has banned tailgating before the game, you might need a few ideas for how to spend the hours leading up to and following the big game. After all, if you’re in New York City, you might as well see the sights! read more »
Are you a thrill seeker? Or maybe just looking for an out-of-the-ordinary experience? Then the next time you pack your bags for Atlanta, you might want to include your bucket list as well – amazing and one-of-a-kind experiences await you. Whether you’re a daredevil looking for that next hit of adrenaline or just wanting to try something different, here are some of the adventures that Atlanta and its environs have to offer. read more »
One of the Emerald City’s best features is that there are thrills to be had no matter the season, the weather or your age. From boats to baseball, and from towers to malls and museums, few cities have such an accessible and electric collection of fun. Naturally, the first step in exploring the best of Seattle is to get your CityPASS booklet, as they dramatically trim both the cost and waiting times to enjoy Seattle’s best attractions.
The frigid temps that have recently beset Boston and the rest of the East Coast—with wind chills dipping way below zero—might lead you to believe that one might not want to visit a drinking establishment made completely out of ice, especially at this incredibly chilly time of year. "December was a record month for us in terms of ticket sales," says Colin McKenna, the Operations Manager for Boston’s very new and very frozen watering hole, The Frost Ice Bar. read more »
The Bay Bridge, connecting Oakland and San Francisco, has endured since 1936 as the Bay Area’s plain older sister: strong, hard working and taken for granted, while the Golden Gate is celebrated as an orange beauty in the mist — the subject of songs, photographs and hailed as the monument of reaching the West Coast. Although it’s just six months older, is longer and accommodates more traffic, the Bay Bridge has never enjoyed the same place in our nation’s folklore as the iconic Golden Gate Bridge.