Boston Passes for Attractions

Buy tickets now
Boston Passes for Attractions

Boston passes for attractions give you discounted entry to attractions in Boston. There are different types of passes but with all of them, you’ll pay less than when you buy individual tickets. The passes are also more convenient because you can enter everywhere with a single pass. You don’t need to keep separate tickets with you. Below you can read more about the most useful discount passes for Boston, to make a good choice from the different options.

Go Boston Explorer Pass

Do you want maximum flexibility during your trip? The Go Boston Explorer Pass is a good fit for you. You can put together this discount pass for Boston yourself. You buy this pass for 3, 4 or 5 attractions. Then choose the things you would like to do from a list of several dozen sights. For example, with the pass, you can take the Hop-on Hop-off trolley, visit Fenway Park and some museums and take a boat tour. You can decide in advance which attractions and activities to choose, but you can also do that when you’re already in Boston. Either way, with this pass you can go in any direction!

Buy the Go Boston Explorer Pass here

Go Boston All-Inclusive Pass

If you are staying in Boston for a few days and you want to get the most out of your stay in the city, the Go Boston All-Inclusive Pass is a worthwhile option. You can buy this pass for 1, 2, 3, 5 or 7 days so, within these days, you can visit unlimited attractions that are included in the pass. The All-Inclusive Pass and Explorer Pass belong together. Therefore, they offer the same range of attractions.

Buy the Go Boston All-Inclusive Pass here

Boston Passes for Attractions HarvardBoston Passes for Attractions Fenway Park

Boston CityPASS

The Boston CityPASS gives you access to some of the city’s top-paid attractions. Several attractions are included, including the New England Aquarium and the Museum of Science. There is also a choice of options, where you can choose between a museum or a boat trip. The Boston CityPASS is especially worthwhile if you would like to visit the sights that are included specifically in this pass.

Order the Boston CityPASS here

Hop-on Hop-off trolley Boston

Are you not planning to purchase a discount pass, but you would still like to comfortably view various Boston highlights? Then buy a ticket for a Hop-on Hop-off trolley. This small bus stops at many famous places, such as the USS Constitution, the Boston Tea Party ships and Fenway Park.

Buy your Boston Hop-on Hop-off trolley ticket here

New York to Boston day trip

A New York trip can be easily combined with a day trip to Boston. This includes an early morning bus departure from Manhattan and the opportunity to see some of the highlights of Boston and the surrounding area in one day. You will visit Harvard, hike the Freedom Trail and have lunch at Quincy Market. You will return to New York in the evening.

Boston Passes for Attractions On the WaterBoston Passes for Attractions Buildings

What's the best attraction pass for Boston?

There are several attraction passes that you can use to visit Boston attractions, whichever pass is most worthwhile to you is a personal choice. Read more here.

Is a Boston Pass worth it?

Yes, a pass is always more worthwhile than purchasing individual tickets. Especially if all the attractions you would like to visit are covered by one of the passes. Also, a pass is very practical. You no longer need separate tickets for all the different activities.

What can you do with a Boston pass?

There are several discount passes for Boston so the possibilities for each pass differs. Read all about it here.

 

Did you find this article useful? Let me know!

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies and the Privacy Policy. Find out more here.