Go Boston Cards:  Boston's Biggest Discount Travel Bargain

Free admission to attractions

When you have a Go Boston Card, you get the city's biggest sightseeing bargains:

"I hate to see anyone pay full price when you can save so much money with the Go Boston Discount Card.  

Whether you want to explore the New England Aquarium, cruise Boston Harbor, visit Plimouth Plantation,  or take the ferry to Nantucket, Go Boston gives you            free access. 

But lots of people don't know about these cards...sometimes I think they're Boston's best-kept secret!"

  • Free access to top Boston Attractions - Museums, the aquarium, whale watching cruises, tours, bike rentals, even famous destinations like Plimoth Plantation, the Salem Witch Museum, and Newport mansions
  • Free transportation on the Beantown Trolley - Hop on and off at all the top sights for up to 2 days
  • Your choice of a free premium adventure (when you have a 3, 5, or 7 day card) - currently, A New England Aquarium Whale Watch Cruise, a Boston Duck Tour, a Boston Red Sox Ticket with VIP early ballpark access priviliges to select home games, or a Gray Line Boston Tour.

Fenway Park tops the "favorite Boston destination" for many visitors, and the chance to get a Red Sox ticket as a GoBoston bonus gives you an easy way to see one of these exciting games. 

You'll get a ticket to the Outfield Grandstand, Bleachers, or Standing Room sections of the stadium.  VIP access lets you enter the ballpark up to 2.5 hours before the game to watch batting practice or explore the Big Concourse.

With a Go Boston Discount Card in your hand, you get to go to the front of the line at most destinations - and that can save huge amounts of time, especially at Boston's most popular destinations such as the New England Aquarium and Fenway Park Tours.

But there's even more.  The Go Boston card gives you special pricing in some restaurants, plus an easy to use free Boston tourist map.

Best of all, you get to choose the best time period for you - select a 1, 2, 3, 5, or 7 day card.

Get your Go Boston Discount Card



How to Benefit from the Go Boston Card

Because the Go Boston card includes free access to just about everything you'll want to do during your Boston vacation, you can use it to plan your whole trip.  Here's a flavor of the different types of things you can do with it:

Get around Boston:  Beantown Trolley (up to 2 days) - get on and off at 18+ different stops, or stay on for the entire narrated tour

Go on a tour: Movie Mile walking tour and Boston Movie sites bus tour, Fenway Park Tour

Have fun:  Tall Ships cruise, Samuel Adams Brewery Tour, Swan Boats, New England Aquarium, USS Constitution Cruise, Charles Riverboat Cruise

Explore Boston's Freedom Trail:  Take a Freedom Trail tour, visit Paul Revere House, Old State House Museum, Old South Meeting House

Visit the best Boston (and Cambridge) Museums:  Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Science, Institute of Contemporary Art, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, MIT Museum, Harvard Museum of Natural History, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston Children's Museum

Take a ferry to Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, Provincetown, Hyannisport Harbor on Cape Cod

Visit top sites in historic Lexington and Concord:  Buckman Tavern, Hancock Clarke House, Liberty Ride, Munroe Tavern, Louisa May Alcott Orchard House

Visit special historic recreations near Boston: Plimoth Plantation, the Mayflower II, Old Sturbridge Village

Spend a day in Salem and explore the Peabody Essex Museum, Salem Witch Museum, House of the Seven Gables

Have fun at Six Flags New England

Choose your special bonus (with the 3, 5, 7 day card):  New England Aquarium Whale Watching tour, Boston Duck tour, Segway adventure

Check complete Go Boston Discount Pass list


How Much Can You Save with the Go Boston Discount Card?

Go Boston Card offers risk free returns for 365 daysOnce you buy the Go Boston card, you pay no admission fees.  

How much will you save?  The company behind the card calculates 55%, compared with paying full-price admissions. 

What's really great, though, is that when you're here in Boston and want to go to, say, the New England Aquarium ($25 adult admission without the card) or the Hop On/Hop Off Trolley ($42 without the card), you never have to reach for your wallet - you just show your card, go to the head of the line, and walk right in.  Now that feeling is priceless!

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Get Free Admission with a Go Boston Discount Card

New England Aquarium - free with Boston discount card ICA Boston discount savings on admission Boston Duck Tour  - free with Boston discount card





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