Traveling can be pricey, but the Boston Explorer Pass allows tourists to visit the best attractions in the city for a fraction of the cost and even skip the line at most! The pass provides entry to more than 15 attractions, tours, and museums, so there are options for you no matter your interests. Customize the number of attractions you want to see, and don’t pay anything at the gate; it’s that easy!
Is the Boston Explorer Pass appropriate for children?
Yes, most activities are family-friendly.
Is transportation included?
No, the Boston pass does not include transport. However, some attractions do take you around the city to popular attractions, like the City View Hop-On Hop-Off Boston Trolley Sightseeing Tour.
Can I bring my camera?
Yes, most activities allow you to take pictures.
What’s included in my ticket/experience?
Go Boston pass includes admission to Boston's best things to do for a set number of days or a fixed number of attractions. You'll also get skip-the-line access to select attractions with your pass, and special pass offers too. These may include early-bird entry, gift shop discounts, dining offers, and much more!
How does the Explorer pass work?
The Explorer pass is perfect for sightseers who are visiting a city for longer and want to take their time seeing the sights without much of a time constraint. With the Explorer Pass, you can choose the number of attractions you're interested in seeing, either 3, 4, or 5. Once you've activated your pass by visiting an attraction, you'll then have up to 30 days to visit the rest. There is no need to choose which attractions you'd like to see before you purchase the card, you can pick and choose any of the Explorer attractions as you go. This allows you to change your mind and wait and see what you feel like at the moment.
When will my pass expire?
With the Explorer Pass, you'll have 60 days from first use to visit your remaining attractions. Non-activated Explorer passes are valid for two years from the date of purchase.
Can I visit the same attraction more than once?
No, with the Explorer Pass, you’ll be able to visit your selected attractions once.