Go Boston Pass, with Access To Boston’s Top Attractions

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Boston’s long history and long list of attractions make it a city best experienced in person. Make it a customized experience—whether traveling with kids, planning a romantic getaway, meeting with friends, or traveling independently with a Go City sightseeing pass.
With their Boston All- Inclusive Pass, enjoy entry to Boston’s top attractions and tours and receive a digital guide to help plan any Boston vacation.
Take part in tours like the Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour, the popular Boston Duck Tour, and the Fenway Park tour, plus Boston Harbor cruises, admission to a variety of great museums, activities and much more. It’s a great way to visit multiple Boston attractions for one low price.
The Boston All Inclusive Pass leaves the traveler in control, for the best, most customized experience possible, the more you see the more you save.


Choose free entry to over 40 unique attractions and tours in Boston and its surrounds
You may visit as many attractions as you like in one day
Boston All-Inclusive Pass is available for one, two, three, five, or seven days
Enjoy direct entry to attractions—save your pass on your mobile device and tap for entry—no voucher redemption required


Sea turtles, snakes and rockhopper penguins – when it comes to unique aquatic creatures, the New England Aquarium has them all. You'll meet a cheeky penguin colony, a harem of playful seals, and some poisonous anacondas. There are plenty of hands-on exhibits too, where you can get close to the likes of stingrays and sharks.
Please note: Reservations are required for this activity (check the included digital guide for instructions).
Boston's Museum of Science is one of the largest science centers in the world with over 700 interactive exhibits. Everything from electricity and animals to the human body and dinosaurs is covered here, with something for every budding scientist.
Go on a 60-minute guided tour of the legendary Boston Red Sox stadium. America's most beloved ballpark is a must-visit attraction on any trip the Boston, whether you're a baseball lover or not.
See the best of Boston and enjoy the convenience of a Hop-On Hop-Off fully narrated trolley tour with a ticket that is valid for two days.
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.
In 1775, Boston revolutionary, Paul Revere, rode through the night to warn the colonial militia about British troops on the route. The daring journey sealed his place in history and made him the focus of a famous poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Find out what really happened on Paul Revere's journey, and learn all about the American Revolution at his former house in downtown Boston. It's one of the oldest buildings in the city and a designated National Historic Landmark.
Experience sky-high 360-degree views of Boston from the 52nd floor of the Prudential Tower!
Kids will get the chance to climb a wall, navigate through a giant maze, and create original artwork at this fun, hands-on museum. It's been building innovative and meaningful exhibits for over 100 years, with a continued emphasis on 'engagement and learning through experience’ that has inspired other museums around the world.
Throw out your history textbooks and your Hocus Pocus DVD – this place is where you'll learn all about Salem's infamous witchcraft trials. The Salem Witch Trials took place in 1692, and over 200 people were accused of witchcraft and 20 executed. You'll travel back in time to the 17th-century Salem Village and experience this dramatic period in history, which is brought to life through imaginative stage sets.
Please note: Reservations are required for this activity (check your included digital guide for instructions).
Get an exclusive, insider tour of the prestigious Harvard University from the students themselves. The Hahvahd Tour is one-of-a-kind theatrical experience which includes a guided tour of the campus and its historical buildings, including the John Harvard Statue, Memorial Hall, Harvard Square and Harvard Yard.
Browse a vast collection of American masterpieces and famous works at Boston's Museum of Fine Art. It houses a mammoth 450,000 paintings, sculptures, textiles, and artifacts, ranging from ancient Egyptian artifacts to contemporary works.
Why pick a run-of-the-mill boat when you can hop on a swan and float majestically across a lagoon. It's not a real swan, of course, but a foot-pedal boat you can ride with friends. The Swan Boats have been a Boston tradition for over 100 years and you can't visit the city without trying them out.
From dinosaurs and tiny insects to meteorites and minerals – you'll discover a huge range of natural specimens at the Harvard Natural History Museum. It's a veritable treasure trove of learning and exploration, whether you fancy yourself as a budding space explorer, an archeologist, or both.
Please note: Currently unavailable (covid-19 update).
Plimoth Patuxet plus Mayflower II or Grist Mill Combo
- History comes alive at the Plimoth Plantation. Explore an authentic 17th-century New England settlement and meet the Pilgrims and Natives.
This living museum features home-sites, historically-accurate recreations, and some farmyard animals too. There's even a Craft Center where you can watch local artisans practicing historic trades and domestic skills, like bread making and candle making.
With your ticket, you'll also have access to the Plimoth Grist Mill – a working reproduction of the 1636 mill – where you can take a fascinating look at the mill’s workings and take home some of the freshly stone-ground organic cornmeal to try.
Please note: Currently unavailable (covid-19 update).
Get a flavor of American history at this popular Boston brewery – the second-biggest craft brewery in the whole of the US. The Samuel Adams beer is named after the famous revolutionary and founding father of the US, who was a brewer in his time. The Boston Beer Company have been around since 1984 and named their beer after the Boston icon because of his brewing history, and the fact that he learn the craft from his father, just like the owner of the company – Jim Koch.
Please note: Currently unavailable (covid-19 update).
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.
In the 18th-century, sea captains would bring back all kinds of weird and wonderful objects from their journeys. The Peabody Essex Museum is where you can see these 'natural and artificial curiosities from exotic lands'. There are one million works to discover, including an 18th-century Chinese merchant's house transported from China and reassembled in the US, art from diverse cultures, and Indian sculptures. You'll also see maritime manuscripts and a photography collection dating back to when photography was first invented.
Admission to a tour of the House of the Seven Gables and access to the Nathaniel Hawthorne House
Step into New England's oldest wooden mansion and get a taste of colonial history. The House of the Seven Gables was built in 1668 in witchcraft-capital, Salem, and was made famous by the book of the same name.
This vibrant, innovative museum lines up an intimate collection of fine and decorative art, and is a popular hangout for contemporary artists and scholars. It's a unique backdrop for browsing art – housed in a striking 19th-century building modeled after a Venetian palazzo filled with plants and trees.
Meet Boston's ferocious beasts and cute creatures at Franklin Park Zoo. The spacious 72-acre site is full of themed, innovative exhibits that let you get close to the animals and experience their natural surroundings.
A guided tour of the real-life setting of Little Women
Explore the charming clapboard farmhouse where American classic Little Women was set. Louisa May Alcott wrote her famous, semi-autobiographical novel here in 1868, and loosely based the story on her own family life with her sisters at Orchard House.
Please note: Currently unavailable (covid-19 update).
Browse amazing artifacts and rare historic objects from American history at the Concord Museum. This hidden gem is housed in a colonial-revival building on the side of a tree-lined country road and, once inside, you'll find art and exhibits from the 17th, 18th, and 19th century.
Towering Native American totem poles and huge Maya sculptures are just some of the exhibits at this unique museum. You'll browse precious artifacts of the ancient world and explore human cultural history. See Kalahari hunter-gatherers, ancient art from Peru's south coast, and an original Day of the Dead altar which represents the original Aztec origins of the celebration.
Please note: Currently unavailable (covid-19 update).
Hyannisport Harbor Cruise - This locally-operated harbor cruise gives you the chance to explore the Hyannis area and local area landmarks while relaxing on the leisurely one-hour journey.
This National Historic Landmark played a key part in the American Revolution - it's where several Lexington militiamen gathered on the morning of April 19, 1775, to await the arrival of British troops. Step into the restored 18th-century tavern and take a self-guided audio tour of the historic spot. You'll learn all about what happened when the alarm bells rang to signal the enemy's approach.
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.
Boch Center Wang Theatre Tours - It’s been an important theatrical destination since its opening in 1925 and boasts one of the five largest stages in the US. You’ll learn all about the theater’s unique history as you explore its impressive architecture, from its hotel roots to its role as a popular music venue. You’ll also get the chance to stand on a stage graced by legends including Ella Fitzgerald, Queen, Elton John, Lady Gaga, and more.
Please note: Advance reservations are recommended to secure your spot on this popular tour (instructions on the included digital guide).


Digital guide with attraction information and instructions
Digital pass valid for the number of days chosen


Food and drinks, unless specified
Transportation to and from attractions unless stated

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
  • Your Boston All-Inclusive Pass will be immediately available as your 'ticket' after purchase. Save your pass ('ticket') on your mobile device and use it 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.