CityPASS is a family owned and operated company that works with top attractions in 14 cities in the United States and Canada like Chicago, New York City, Seattle, Tampa, Toronto, and more I will list out below, that gives travelers a discount of up to 50% off. With CityPASS, users are able to visit amusement parks like Disney World, Disneyland & Universal Studios, museums, gardens, aquariums and zoos, cruises, and museums like the Empire State Building or Seattle Space Needle, all with a single ticket that can be scanned via a smartphone or printed off and carried with you.
CityPASS tickets, which can be purchased online here, give you 9 consecutive days to use your tickets, so that you have plenty of time to explore the city and check out everything that’s included in each ticket. Rather than having to wait in line for tickets at each attraction, a CityPASS ticket is your all-in-one ticket to get you into each attraction sooner, without having to wait in the ticket line, saving you both time, and money.
During our recent visit to Seattle, CityPASS tickets took us right to the front of the line at the Seattle Space Needle, Chihuly Garden & Glass plus the Seattle Aquarium, Museum of Pop Culture, and Woodland Park Zoo are also included on the ticket. In 2021, Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour and Pacific Science Center will also become options.
In Chicago, we used our CityPASS tickets (which save ticket holders 49% off the regular price of these attractions) to see the Shedd Aquarium, Skydeck Chicago, Field Museum, Art Institute of Chicago, and the 360 Chicago Observation Deck, which allowed me to create some of my favorite photos of Chicago in the fog. There are two other options in the Chicago ticket as well, including the Museum of Science and Industry and the Adler Planetarium, both of which are quintessential Chicago attractions.
On our last visit to beautiful Toronto (I miss my Canadian friends! I hope we can visit again someday soon!), we used CityPASS tickets to travel to the top of CN Tower, where we then had dinner at the 360 restaurant. We also visited Casa Loma, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, the Royal Ontario Museum, and while we didn’t have time to visit the Toronto Zoo or Ontario Science Center, we would love to see them the next time we are in town.
With CityPASS, we not only save money seeing some of the most incredible attractions in each of these cities, but we also save time waiting in line and have an easier time planning out our travels when we know exactly where we’d like to go. Every interaction we’ve ever had with CityPASS, be it their social media team, employees, or those accepting our CityPASS tickets at each attraction, has been exceptionally phenomenal. I truly cannot say enough wonderful things about this service.
If you’re visiting Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, New York City, Orlando, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, Southern California, Tampa Bay, or Toronto, do yourself a favor and save money on the best attractions in each city with CityPASS. Whether we are going to a museum or an amusement park, I always check to see how we can maximize the impact of our travels by using CityPASS and bundling our tickets for huge savings, which are particularly important if you’re traveling with a large group or as a family.
Thank you so much to CityPASS for sponsoring this post. We have used CityPASS tickets whenever possible on our travels, because it is truly a fantastic service, and I am very thankful for the opportunity to work with them to bring you fun, informative, and helpful content like this. I hope you use CityPASS tickets on your next adventure, and save yourselves time, money, and effort on planning your next adventure!
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