Last Chance for Current Pricing—Prices Increase March 1
Buy online today to get the lowest price. Beginning March 1, the price of Boston CityPASS tickets will increase to: Adult, $64; Child, $52. Current booklets expire after February 29, 2020; vouchers must be exchanged within 6 months of purchase.
New England Aquarium
Let your imagination swim wild! Marvel at the bustling penguin colony and have an unforgettable Aquarium adventure, complete with 360-degree views of a spectacular four-story Caribbean coral reef teeming with more than 1,000 animals. Check out the sharks, seals and sea lions, and feel the smooth skin of a cownose ray.
Museum of Science
Just imagine getting up close and personal with a 65-million-year-old Triceratops fossil, witnessing an indoor lightning storm and taking a journey inside the human body. With 700 interactive exhibits, exciting temporary exhibitions, daily presentations, and live animals, there is something for everyone! Create, experiment and have fun at the Museum of Science!
General exhibit halls admission
Climb sky-high to catch New England’s best view — 360 degrees of Boston and beyond. Take in the Boston skyline and coastline from 50 stories high. Experience the Acoustiguide audio tour detailing the city’s many points of historic and cultural interest. Immerse yourself in the Dreams of Freedom Museum, an exhibit that celebrates the role that immigration played in shaping this unique city. Complete your visit with two short films in the multimedia movie theater.
General admission, including the Acoustiguide audio tour, Skywalk Theater and Dreams of Freedom Immigration Museum.
Boston Harbor Cruises
Take a break from seeing Boston by land to see it by sea! Discover the historic and contemporary sites and nuances of Boston Harbor during this fun, informative and fully-narrated 90-minute Historic Sightseeing Cruise. Enjoy the sea breeze, spectacular skyline and ocean views, plus a full cash bar.
A 90-minute Historic Sightseeing Cruise of Boston Harbor
Harvard Museum of Natural History
Spark your curiosity in the natural world at the Harvard Museum of Natural History, located on the campus of the oldest institution of higher learning in the U.S., steps from the picturesque Harvard Yard. See dinosaurs, whales, and hundreds of wildlife specimens from around the world; explore thousands of rare minerals and sparkling gemstones; and leave in awe after viewing the internationally acclaimed exhibit of Blaschka Glass Flowers.
General admission to all permanent and special exhibits and special programs, plus admission to the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology
CityPASS will take you places in Boston.
Experience the best of Boston with CityPASS, an easy-to-use ticket booklet that gives you admission to a hand-picked collection of Boston’s most iconic attractions, all at a great savings. Because CityPASS is valid for 9 consecutive days starting with the day of first use, there’s no need to rush—so you can focus on having fun. Plus you’ll skip many ticket lines, giving you time to see and do more in this modern city with colonial roots.
The CityPASS made site seeing so simple. We loved not having to wait in long lines for tickets and the locations on the CityPASS were kids approved. The passes were well worth the investment!
Tasked by my wife to plan a 3-day weekend in Boston, CityPASS was the perfect choice to save us money and see the sights.
So easy. You save so much money. There are even directions to each place in the CityPASS. You can skip some of the lines, not all, but it still saves so much time. I do recommend this for 3-day trips or more since there is just so much to see. Also, this is great for couples as well as families with children
We took a 3-day whirlwind tour of Boston Museums and the aquarium. The Boston CityPASS almost completely eliminated any lines for us, and it was extremely easy to use. I will definitely consider using CityPASS when we travel to other cities.
I spent three days in Boston in mid December with my girlfriend and thankfully, she got us onto a CityPASS. I had no idea they even existed and in hindsight we saved ourselves the equivalent of a whole night's accommodation!