sábado, 20 de julio de 2024

Travelers save money and time with CityPASS ticket booklets

[b]Travelers save money and time with CityPASS ticket booklets[/b]

A premier product for travelers who crave savings and convenience, CityPASS identifies the finest attractions in 11 destinations. With its deep-discount ticket booklets, CityPASS delivers wonderful weekends, foolproof vacations and dramatic savings of up to 50 percent on attraction admissions in New York, Southern California, San Francisco, Hollywood, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Seattle, Philadelphia and Toronto.

Best of all, CityPASS users save time, skipping most main-entrance ticket lines. CityPASS ticket booklets are valid for nine days (14 days in Southern California), starting with the first day of use. And while it’s easy to purchase a CityPASS online at citypass.com, there’s no pressure for visitors to buy before they leave home. CityPASS ticket booklets can be purchased at any of the participating attractions — for the same price as buying online.

[b]Two New Attractions Join CityPASS in 2010[/b]

Top of the Rock, the observation deck at 30 Rockefeller Center, has joined the iconic Empire State Building on New York CityPASS. Originally designed to evoke the upper decks of a lavish 1930’s ocean liner, Top of the Rock offers a bird’s-eye view of Central Park, the Statue of Liberty and other landmarks. Designed to be a luxury experience, the three-tiered viewing terrace continues to exude classic art deco glamour and style.

A hands-on extravaganza for kids seven and younger, Please Touch Museum (added to the Philadelphia CityPASS this year) is the perfect place for tiny tots with huge imaginations.

The museum’s galleries are packed with fun: Flight Fantasy blasts kids into outer space, while River Adventures offers a huge water play area where kids can create river currents, build and race boats, and happily splash around.

[b]CityPASS Destinations[/b]

[b]New York CityPASS[/b] — Cost: $79 (value $144), adults; $59, kids 6-17 (value $108). Attractions: Empire State Building, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Museum of Natural History, The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), a Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise or Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, and Guggenheim Museum or Top of the Rock.

[b]Southern California CityPASS[/b] — Cost: $269 (value $379), adults; $229, kids 3-9 (value $319). Attractions: Disneyland Resort 3-Day Park Hopper bonus ticket (includes Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure park), SeaWorld San Diego, Universal Studios Hollywood, San Diego Zoo or San Diego Zoo’s Wild Animal Park.

[b]San Francisco CityPASS[/b] — Cost: $64 (value $120.90), adults; $39, kids 5-12 (value $74.95). Attractions: Muni & Cable Car 7-day Passport (unlimited rides), California Academy of Sciences, Blue and Gold Fleet Bay Cruise Adventure, Aquarium of the Bay, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Exploratorium or de Young Museum | Legion of Honor.

[b]Atlanta CityPASS[/b] — Cost: $74 (value $152.11), adults; $54, kids 3-12 (value $117.71). Attractions: Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, Zoo Atlanta, Inside CNN Studio Tour, Fernbank Museum of Natural History or Atlanta Botanical Garden, and High Museum of Art or Atlanta History Center.

[b]Boston CityPASS[/b] — Cost: $46 (value $84.95), adults; $29, kids 3-11 (value $50.45). Attractions: New England Aquarium, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Museum of Science; Skywalk Observatory at the Prudential Center; Harvard Museum of Natural History or the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.

[b]Chicago CityPASS[/b] — Cost: $69 (value $134.62), adults; $59, kids 3-11 (value $114.50). Attractions: Shedd Aquarium, Adler Planetarium, The Field Museum and Underground Adventure, Museum of Science and Industry, and John Hancock Observatory or Skydeck Chicago.

[b]Hollywood CityPASS[/b] — Cost: $59 (value $103.95), adults; $39, kids 3-11 (value $74). Attractions: Red Line “Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes Tour,” Starline “Movie Stars’ Homes Tour,” Madame Tussauds Hollywood, Kodak Theatre Guided Tour or The Hollywood Museum in the Historic Max Factor Building.

[b]Houston CityPASS[/b] — Cost: $39 (value $71.96), adults; $29, kids 3-11 (value $53.72). Attractions: Space Center Houston, Downtown Aquarium, Houston Museum of Natural Science, Houston Zoo, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston or The Children’s Museum of Houston, and George Ranch Historical Park or The Health Museum.

[b]Philadelphia CityPASS[/b] — Cost: $59 (value $110.99), adults; $39, kids 3-12 (value $81.21). Attractions: The Franklin Institute, Adventure Aquarium, Phila Trolley Works Tour & The Big Bus Company, Philadelphia Zoo, The National Constitution Center or Academy of
Natural Sciences, and Eastern State Penitentiary or Please Touch Museum.

[b]Seattle CityPASS[/b] — Cost: $59 (value $111.60), adults; $39, kids 4-12 (value $71.45). Attractions: Space Needle, Seattle Aquarium, Argosy Cruises Seattle Harbor Tour, Pacific Science Center, Woodland Park Zoo, and The Museum of Flight or Experience Music Project Science Fiction Museum.

[b]Toronto CityPASS[/b] — Cost: $59 CAD (value $108.12), adults; $39, kids 4-12 (value $72.33). Attractions: CN Tower, Casa Loma, Ontario Science Centre, Royal Ontario Museum and Toronto Zoo.

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