Boston Multi-Attraction Explorer Pass with 19 Top Attractions

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Pick between your choice of two, three, four, or five- attraction Boston Explorer passes. Your pass can then be redeemed at any participating attraction.
You’ll then have the flexibility to explore historic Boston’s numerous sights on your own terms. Pick and choose the times and days that suit your schedule as you choose among over 30 different Boston attractions and activities. Among the picks are the LEGOLAND Discovery Center, a hop-on, hop-off trolley sightseeing trip, a Boston sightseeing cruise, the Museum of Fine Arts, and much more. See below for a complete list.
As an added bonus, there’s no voucher redemption required to start using the pass. The included digital guide of attractions and activities is a perfect blueprint to start planning your very own Boston adventure.


Choose two, three, four, or five activities from more than 30 attraction and activity options
Visit Boston attractions at your own pace
Explore Boston area highlights like the New England Aquarium, Franklin Park Zoo or the Museum of Science
Enjoy direct entry to attractions with your saved digital pass, no voucher redemption necessary
Great way to see more of Boston while saving money


Go City offers you great savings to top Boston activities compared to buying separate attraction tickets. With an Explorer Pass you can choose 2, 3, 4 or 5 attractions from a list of over 20 top Boston sights and activities - all on one easy-to-use digital pass. Your pass is valid for 60 days from first use at any given attraction, and comes with a digital guide packed with useful attraction information to help plan your itinerary in advance.
Be scientist for the day and explore all things science, technology, engineering, and math at the Museum of Science in Boston, one of the world’s largest science centers and New England’s most attended cultural institution.
With over 700 interactive exhibits, you’ll find hands-on adventures geared towards all ages that ignite curiosity and a greater understanding for the science behind everyday occurrences. You’ll get to watch real chicks hatch, safely witness lightning during one of the museum’s twice daily live shows, get an up-close look at the first space capsule, and more – all while learning through the fun of play about everything from some of the most basic fundamentals of science to more complex concepts still being explored today.
Please note: Reservations are required for this activity (check your digital guide for full instructions).
Let your imagination swim wild with a visit to the New England Aquarium. Marvel at the bustling penguin colony, and then circle the four-story Caribbean coral reef teeming with sea turtles, eels, barracuda, tarpon, and hundreds of tropical fish.
Your Aquarium adventure includes playful seals, eye-catching jellies, and unforgettable hands-on experiences at the Shark and Ray Touch Tank exhibit.
Please note: Reservations are required for this activity (check the included digital guide for instructions).
Experience sky-high 360-degree views of Boston from the 52nd floor of the Prudential Tower!
Boston Children's Museum has been building innovative, meaningful, and fun exhibits for over 100 years, with a continued emphasis on ‘hands-on engagement and learning through experience’ that has inspired other museums around the world.
Designed for children and families, the exhibits focus on science, culture, environmental awareness, health and fitness, and the arts. The Museum promotes a love of learning and exploration that is crucial to the development of any child. Visit Boston Children's Museum with your little ones, and get ready for a full day of fun and adventures!
Historic Sightseeing Cruise - Hop on a sightseeing cruise and take a tour of Boston Harbor. This 90-minute trip takes you through Boston’s inner and outer harbors while your tour guide tells you real tales of the Revolutionary War and all about the local legends of the sea. Learn how the harbor was transformed into the pristine waterway it is today, and see the oldest, continuously manned lighthouse in the country, Boston's working port, and the extravagant waterside properties. A must-do for newcomers to the city.
Please note: Reservations are not required but are recommended for weekends, which may sell out in peak season. Check your digital guide for more information.
See the best of Boston and enjoy the convenience of a Hop-On Hop-Off fully narrated trolley tour.
The CityView Trolley Tour is a great way to get around the city and hit all the top attractions, popular shopping destinations, museums, and more. As you ride, you’ll learn about Boston’s unique history while you get acquainted with the area with open-air views.
Don’t miss this classic Boston experience at “America’s Most Beloved Ballpark”. Fenway Park is more than an iconic baseball stadium; many Bostonians consider it the heart and soul of the city and you can see why on this one hour Fenway Park Tour.
Explore the park where Babe Ruth pitched, Ted Williams hit, and Carl Yastrzemski led his amazing career. Visit Pesky’s Pole and sit atop the world famous Green Monster overlooking left field.
Please note: Reservations are required for this activity (check the included digital guide for instructions).
Boston is a city of culture, higher-learning, innovation, music, and of course art. The city’s Museum of Fine Arts tastefully captures the creative spirit of this New England capitol, housing an impressive collection of international masterpieces and mainstays in the mediums of painting, sculpture, artisanal items, textiles, and musical instruments. The Boston MFA is also the proud home of the “Art of the Americas” wing, which features a whopping fifty-three galleries of art and artifacts from the Pre-Columbian era through the third quarter of the twentieth century. Visitors will see such well-known American pieces as The Sons of Liberty Bowl and The Passage of the Delaware.
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum—a work of art in totality—is at once an intimate collection of fine and decorative art and a vibrant, innovative venue for contemporary artists, musicians, and scholars. Housed in a 1902 building, modeled after a 15th century Venetian palazzo, and a 2012 wing designed by Renzo Piano, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum provides an unusual backdrop for the viewing of art. The historic galleries surrounding the verdant Courtyard contain more than 2,500 extraordinary works of art, featuring pieces by Titian, Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Raphael, Botticelli, Manet, Degas, Whistler, and Sargent.
Do you believe in witches? Don't answer until you’ve visited the Salem Witch Museum, located north of Boston. This remarkable museum brings you back to Salem Village as it existed in 1692. Visitors are given a dramatic history lesson using stage sets with life-size figures, lighting and narration. Learn about the word “witch” in the “Witches: Evolving Perception” exhibit, a provocative tour that examines the pagan midwife, the associations that led to the stereotypical “witch” perception, modern witchcraft and the phenomenon of the witch hunt. The presentation is also available in Japanese, French German, Italian, Russian, Spanish, Mandarin and Cantonese.
Please note: Reservations are required for this activity (check the included digital guide for instructions).
This museum harkens back to 1799, when sea captains would bring home a "cabinet of natural and artificial curiosities" from strange and exotic lands. Today, it houses one million works, including an 18th-century Chinese merchant's house transported from China and reassembled here.
Standing proud on the docks beside the USS Constitution, this fantastic museum tells the story of the famous ship that dates from 1797. ‘Old Ironsides’ as she is lovingly known is the celebrated wooden-hulled, three-masted frigate that served most notably in the War of 1812 against the British. Please note: The Museum is separate to the USS Constitution vessel, which is free to visit. There is no need to present your pass to access the ship.
Franklin Park Zoo (part of Zoo New England) is a 72-acre site nestled within Boston's historic Franklin Park. Here, guests can visit the most innovative and intimate indoor gorilla exhibit in the world! Visitors to the Tropical Forest can stand face-to-face with the Zoo's seven western lowland gorillas at one of five glass viewing stations at a state-of-the-art indoor exhibit. This is a truly unforgettable experience!
Explore 12,000 natural specimens from around the world, including dinosaurs, whale skeletons of epic proportions, and the tiniest insects imaginable! Behold one of the first Triceratops ever discovered and see the world's only mounted Kronosaurus, a 42 ft-long prehistoric marine reptile. Touch meteorites from outer space and be dazzled by thousands of minerals and gems, including a whopping 1,642-lb amethyst geode. The Harvard Natural History Museum is a veritable treasure trove of learning and exploration, and located at the campus of one of the most prestigious universities in the world, this is the place to come for a little enlightenment on your trip!
Please note: Currently unavailable due to Covid-19 restrictions.
See towering Native American totem poles, large Maya sculptures, and precious artifacts of the ancient world. Arts of War features over 150 weapons that are also works of art, and Wiyohpiyata: Lakota Images of the Contested West offers a rare view of 19th-century Plains Indian warrior art.
Please note: Currently unavailable due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Boston Bike Rental - With all of its history and charm, Boston is a city that deserves exploring. And what better way to take your family on this adventure than by bike? Urban AdvenTours offers the perfect Eco-friendly solution for you and your family: a well-maintained, comfortable, and safe standard bicycle, fitted to your specifications, that's yours for the day until 6:00 pm.
TD Garden Guided Tour - Join a tour of the fantastic TD Garden arena in Boston's North Station, home of the Boston Celtics and the Boston Bruins, as well as host of many incredible concerts and ice shows.
The Sports Museum Guided Tour - Boston is known for its major sports leagues and being one of the biggest sports cities in the whole of the USA - don't miss the chance to learn all about its important sporting heritage on this tour.
MIT Tour - You'll explore one of the most interesting university campuses in the world and learn all about this hub of research and innovation. As well as being the setting of Good Will Hunting and the place where Buzz Aldrin got his doctorate in astronautics, MIT has had a profound impact on lives across the globe.


Digital Boston Explorer Pass valid for the number of attractions chosen
Digital guide with attraction information and instructions


Transportation to/from attractions

Additional Information

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • Pass is now valid for 60 days from the time of first use.
  • Your Boston Explorer Pass will be immediately available as your 'ticket' after purchase. Print or save it on your mobile device and use for direct entry into the attractions.
  • Go City child passes are only available for ages 3 to 12 years old. For any accompanying children under 3 yrs old please check with each individual attraction or tour whether infants are accepted and/or need to pay an entrance fee.
  • The most popular activities require advanced reservations, check the instructions on the included digital guide, or Go City app, and make sure to place reservations well in advance to avoid disappointment.

Guide Languages

  • English

  • Spanish

  • French

Cancellation Policy

This product can not be cancelled, amended or refunded.