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Overview

Seeing the best of Boston doesn’t get any easier, or more economical, than with the Go Boston Pass. This flexible sightseeing pass allows visitors to pick and choose from a wide variety of Boston’s top attractions, almost 40 in all, at any pace desired over the course of one, two, three, five, or seven consecutive days. Enjoy immediate entry to attractions. Simply save the pass (available as your 'ticket' after purchase) on your mobile device and go. No voucher redemption is required. Please note: Enjoy the extra flexibility in case your travel plans need to change: All passes (purchased by December 31) are valid for two year from purchase date and only become activated with your first attraction visit. After activation your pass will be valid for 30 days and/or the remaining number of attraction choices purchased.
  • 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
  • Go Boston 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

Why Travelers Choose This Tour

Save big bucks with free entry to over 40 attractions—the perfect pass for quickie visits.
Discounts and value added offers at over 30 restaurants and retailers
Admission to included attractions, tours and experiences
Food and drinks, unless specified

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Go Boston Pass, 139 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02111, USA
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 the Go Boston Pass, enjoy entry to Boston’s top attractions and tours and receive discounts and special offers on shopping, dining, and other activities in and around Boston, plus a full color guidebook to help plan any Boston vacation.

Take part in tours like the Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour, the popular 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 Go Boston Pass leaves the traveler in control, for the best, most customized experience possible. The Go Boston Pass is available for one, two, three, five, or seven consecutive days. Visit as many attractions as desired each day, but there is a limit to visiting each attraction only once per day.
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Go Boston Pass
Choose free entry to over 40 unique attractions and tours in Boston and its surrounds, then let your Go Boston Card do the rest. You'll receive discounts and special offers on shopping, dining and activities, plus a 69-page guidebook to help you plan your Boston vacation. The Go Boston Card leaves you in control, allowing you to have the best, customized experience possible. The Go Boston Card is available for one, two, three, five or seven days. You may visit as many attractions as you like in one day, but you are limited to visiting each attraction only once per day. Please note: Go Boston Cards are activated upon first usage and and are valid for the number of consecutive days purchased. Once inside an attraction or on a tour guests are welcome to stay until closing
Duration: 4 hours 
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Boston Duck Tours New England Aquarium Departure Location
Your Boston Duck Tour ticket includes A bus tour of the city's historic sights A boat tour of Boston and Cambridge from the water Commentary and stories from your guide See Boston's famous sights from the land and the water on this 2-in-1 trip. You'll start by exploring the streets of Beantown in the World War II-style landing craft, cruising past Trinity Church, Bunker Hill, and the Holocaust Memorial. Just when you think you've seen it all, your bus will transform into a boat, and you'll glide right into the Charles River to get a duck's-eye view of Cambridge and Boston. Landmarks en route include the famous gold-domed State House, the trendy shopping district on Newbury Street, and the politically-charged Beacon Hill neighborhood. Once your landing craft turns into a 'duck,' you’ll get great views of the skyline and see loads of historic hot spots from the water. Your friendly and energetic ConDUCKtour® will provide the history, the hilarious stories, and the local tips along the way. Quack your heart out at other Boston Duck Tour boats you pass - it's tradition. There are three departure points for the Boston Duck Tour to choose from – the Museum of Science, the Prudential Center Kiosk, and the New England Aquarium.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
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New England Aquarium
Your New England Aquarium Whale Watch ticket includes Four-hour whale and dolphin-spotting tour Commentary from a naturalist and aquatic expert See humpback whales, minke whales, and dolphins Cruise out onto the open waters on a high-speed catamaran, and get close to some magnificent sea mammals. Led by researchers from the Whale Center of New England, this whale watching excursion takes you to a popular feeding spot, the Stellwagen Bank Marine Sanctuary. You'll see humpback whales, minke whales, dolphins, birds, and many more sea-dwelling creatures frolicking around in their natural habitat. Each Boston Harbor Cruises’ catamaran features three outdoor decks and an indoor cabin, so you'll be whale watching whatever the weather. And, on board, you'll have a naturalist trained by the New England Aquarium, who'll provide the commentary. They'll point out the sea creatures, answer any questions and offer a fascinating insight into the lives of the mammals. The cruise conveniently leaves from Central Wharf and the trip takes around four hours. New England Aquarium Whale Watch highlights Humpback Whales –these long-flippered ocean giants are named for the arch their back makes as they prepare to dive to the depths of the ocean floor. Until you’ve seen one, you can’t fathom the size and sheer beauty of these whales. Finback Whales – these behemoth mammals are second in size only to blue whales, measuring in at 40-70 feet long, and weighing up to 40 tons. Minke Whales – the most populous whale in the world. Minkes are smaller, dolphin-like, baleen whales who filter water and nutrients through their whalebone. White Sided Dolphins – these playful creatures are only found in the waters of the North Atlantic, between New England and Norway. They feed on solitary creatures like squid, rather than schools of fish, as whales do.
Duration: 4 hours 
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Red Sox
Your Boston Red Sox ticket includes VIP ticket to a baseball home game at Fenway Park Early access to watch batting practice or explore the Big Concourse Seats in the outfield grandstand and lower bleachers, or standing room No trip to Boston is complete without seeing the Red Sox hit a home run. Swing by Fenway Park and see one of the US' biggest baseball teams in action. Your VIP Boston Red Sox ticket includes access to a game, as well as the chance to get a behind-the-scenes look at the iconic stadium. Enter the stadium up to two and a half hours before first pitch with your exclusive ticket and watch batting practice before the game begins. You'll also be able to grab your snacks and souvenirs from the Big Concourse before the crowds arrive, and settle down for the game.
Duration: 3 hours 
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Blue Man Group
What your Blue Man Group ticket includes Admission ticket (limited view seating or better) to the Blue Man Group show in Boston A multi-sensory, interactive experience Allow this trio of bright blue-colored men to rock your world and unleash your spirit in a way that’s never been done before. Stare on with awe-inspired eyes as you watch the Blue Men transform the theater into an endless world of color and exploration. The entire performance is non-verbal, but you’ll quickly pick up the messages of love, quirkiness, and all-around happiness that exudes with each song and performance. The show is mainly percussion-driven, using a drumbone – half-drum, half-trombone. Watch your surroundings as they are quite literally painted in gorgeous neon hues. While there is truly no way to describe a night with Blue Man Group, we can assure you it’s something you won’t want to skip when in Boston.
Duration: 2 hours 
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City View Trolley Tours
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. The trolley makes 9 stops including - The New England Aquarium/ Shuttle & Ferry/ Quincy Market/ Faneuil Hall Paul Revere House/ Little Italy North End/ Old North Church USS Constitution “Old Ironsides” North Station/ TD Bank Garden Sports Museum Old State House / Faneuil Hall/ Boston Massacre Site/ Government Center Boston Common/ Public Garden State House/ Beacon Hill South Station/ Convention Center/ Children’s Museum
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
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New England Aquarium
Your New England Aquarium ticket includes General admission to the New England Aquarium Fur seal training shows in a new open-air tank Discounted IMAX® cinema screening 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. There are 14 themed areas to explore, including a four-story Caribbean coral reef teeming with eels, barracuda, tarpon, and hundreds of colorful tropical fish. Or, you can venture into the Amazon Rainforest to discover piranhas, anacondas, and poison dart frogs. Each area is filled with native plants and giant fiberglass replicas of the flora and fauna to give you a taste of the natural environment. Each admission supports the Aquarium's global conservation and research efforts. Proceeds from the Aquarium Gift Shop also go towards supporting education, conservation, and outreach programs.
Duration: 2 hours 
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Skywalk Observatory
See all of Boston's best bits from above at the Skywalk Observatory. It's the city's only sky-high vantage point, giving you 360-degree views over the whole of Boston. Head up there on a clear day and you can see all the way to New Hampshire and out to sea. Or, make the ascent just before dark to see the city transition from day to night. The Skywalk Observation deck is located on the 50th floor of the Prudential Center and it's the perfect way to get your bearings in the city when you first arrive. You'll get a bird's-eye view of the Hancock Tower, Fenway Park, Harvard University, MIT, and many more iconic landmarks. You'll also get an audio guide so you can learn all about the points of interest as you see them.
Duration: 1 hour 
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Fenway Park
Your Fenway Park Tour ticket includes 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. Don't miss the chance to get a behind-the-scenes look at the famous Boston Red Sox stadium. Locals consider it the heart and soul of the city, and it's the place where Babe Ruth, Ted Williams, and Carl Yastrzemski led their amazing careers. On this one-hour Fenway Park Tour, you'll get to explore the legendary arena and learn all about Major League Baseball’s record-breaking moments. It's considered to be one of the most important baseball stadiums in the US and is one of the few ballparks to still use a manual scoreboard. Your sports-enthusiast guide will provide the entertaining commentary, stories, and trivia as they take you through areas not typically seen by the general public. You’ll tick off all of Fenway Park’s famous features, including Duffy’s Cliff, Pesky’s Pole, Williamsburg, The Triangle, and the Lone Red Seat.
Duration: 1 hour 
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USS Constitution
Your USS Constitution Cruise ticket includes A 45-minute tour of the Boston Harbor Free time to explore the USS Constitution and the naval museum Lively and entertaining commentary on board Take a tour of Boston's harbor and get close to one of the city's most beloved treasures - the USS Constitution, also known as 'Old Ironsides.' This 45-minute, narrated tour takes you along the Charles River to the famous ship and past other historic highlights on the waterfront. You'll see the Old North Church, Charlestown’s Bunker Hill Monument, and the wharves that have been transformed into some of the city's most luxurious harbor side residences. After you've enjoyed your leisurely cruise up the Charles River, you'll get the chance to explore the famous ship and adjacent Naval Museum. The disembarkation point at the USS Constitution is also a fantastic vantage point from which to snap memorable photographs of the phenomenal skyline and harbor of Boston. What is the USS Constitution? The USS Constitution is the oldest active US Navy ship in the country and has the honorable record of being undefeated in battle. The nickname 'Old Ironsides' comes from its remarkable ability to withstand every cannon shot fired at the ship’s hull during the War of 1812. The moniker was allegedly given to the ship by the sailors of one of her British opponents during the conflict.
Duration: 45 minutes
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Museum of Science
Your Museum of Science ticket includes Admission to the permanent exhibits covering the human body, dinosaurs, and space Daily presentations, talks, and demonstrations 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. The best thing about this museum is the opportunity to get hands-on and immersed in the exhibits. You'll get the chance to watch lightning strike and real chicks hatching from their eggs, as well as a close-up look at the first space capsule and a nearly-complete triceratops. Museum of Science highlights Hall of Human Life – step inside the Hall of Human Life, the museum’s new biology exhibition, and take a journey inside the human body. Spanning more than 70 interactive components, the exhibition will revolutionize how you engage with your biology and manage your health. Theater of Electricity – indoor bolts produced by the world’s largest air-insulated Van de Graaff generator explore the science of lightning, conductors, insulators, electricity, magnetism, and storm safety. Triceratops Cliff – view a 65-million-year-old fossil that was unearthed in the Dakota Badlands in 2004. It’s one of only four nearly-complete triceratops on public display in the world. Live Animal Center – get a behind-the-scenes peek at some of the animals that star in museum exhibits, Live Animal presentations, and Traveling Programs. The Live Animal Care Center is home to approximately 120 animals representing more than 50 species. Drop-In Activities & Live Presentations – look out for the hands-on activities and live presentations. Check the museum's daily schedule to see what’s going on during your visit. Butterfly Garden (upgrade available for purchase) – walk among the free-flying residents of this warm conservatory overlooking the Charles River. It's filled with exotic plants and living butterflies from New England and across the globe. Charles Hayden Planetarium (upgrade available for purchase) – the Charles Hayden Planetarium is the most technologically advanced digital theater in New England and showcases a variety of engaging shows, including the Museum’s newest original production, Inside: NASA: From Dream to Discovery. Mugar Omni Theater (upgrade available for purchase) – catch a larger-than-life projection of a five-story IMAX® film exploring topics such as flora, fauna, and faraway places. 4-D Theater (upgrade available for purchase) – immerse yourself in a theater complete with special effects, like wind and snow, at this multi-sensory experience featuring an engaging, family-friendly film experience.
Duration: 3 hours 
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The Freedom Trail Foundation
Your Freedom Trail Walking Tour ticket includes A 90-minute, one-mile historic city tour led by 18th-century costumed guides to bring the story to life Follow Boston's world-famous red brick line and watch the story of the American Revolution come to life. On this 90-minute tour, you'll walk along the Freedom Trail, past Boston's historic sites and meet 18th-century costumed guides. You'll see 11 historic sites in just under one mile on the tour, including Boston Common, Park Street Church, the Boston Massacre Site, and the King’s Chapel Burying Ground. You'll meet famous patriots along the way including James Otis, Abigail Adams, and William Dawes. They'll tell you their own stories and share lively anecdotes about the places, events, and drama of the American Revolution. Freedom Trail Walking Tour highlights Boston Common – the 'Central Park' of Boston. Dating back to 1634, it's the oldest city park in the United States. Massachusetts State House – the current state capitol and house of government of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, located in the affluent Beacon Hill neighborhood. You'll recognize it by its prominent, gold-domed roof. Park Street Church – founded by former members of the Old South Meeting House, this church features a 217-foot steeple that stands out among the skyscrapers of the Financial District. It was used to store gunpowder during the War of 1812. Granary Burying Ground – a cemetery founded in 1660, and the resting place for three signers of the Declaration of Independence, Paul Revere, and the five victims of the Boston Massacre. King’s Chapel Burying Ground – the oldest cemetery in the city, founded in 1630, and the final resting place of John Winthrop, Ralph Waldo Emerson’s father, and Mary Chilton - the first European woman to step ashore in New England. Old Corner Bookstore – formerly the home of Anne Hutchinson, an accused heretic. It was subsequently a meeting-place for authors such as Wadsworth, Longfellow, Emerson, Hawthorne, Dickens, and Wendell-Holmes Old South Meeting House – the famous meeting point for the Boston Tea Party. Old State House – the oldest-surviving public building in Boston, and the seat of the first elected legislature in the ‘New World.’ Boston Massacre Site – the place where the American rebellion was sparked by the killing of five civilians. Faneuil Hall – a marketplace and meetinghouse since 1742. It was also the site of speeches given by Samuel Adams and James Otis as they encouraged independence from Great Britain.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
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The Paul Revere House
Your Paul Revere House ticket includes Authentic artifacts and documents from the American Revolution Self-guided tour of his home and colonial-era furnishings 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. Set foot through the door of 19 North Square and you'll get a fascinating insight into colonial history. Tour the historic rooms and see authentic period furniture, real documents, and silverware made by Paul himself. Find out more about the man himself and his past as a silversmith, an engraver and even an amateur dentist. The exhibits take you through the real story of his journey and the man behind the mystery, who lived to the age of 83 – ancient for his time.
Duration: 1 hour 
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Museum of Fine Arts
Your Museum of Fine Arts ticket includes General admission to the Museum of Fine Arts galleries and special exhibitions 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. The Art of the Americas wing is the biggest and most spectacular section of the museum. This area features a whopping 53 galleries and takes you on a journey from the Pre-Columbian era right through to the third quarter of the twentieth century. You'll find large-scale masterpieces that haven't been displayed for decades including The Passage of the Delaware, and one of the most famous paintings of the first president, George Washington. In addition to an impressive permanent collection, the museum puts on rotating special exhibits featuring renowned artists and art from across the globe. You'll also find unique exhibits dedicated to children's literature, pop culture, and fine art. Museum of Fine Arts highlights Art of the Americas – this world-class collection contains works of art from the past three centuries. There are more than 16,000 pieces, including Native American art, New England decorative arts, and Revolutionary-era works. Art of Europe – 21,000 pieces makes up this collection, including works by Rembrandt, Velázquez, and Rubens. This gallery also contains 37 paintings by Claude Monet, making it the largest collection outside of Europe. Art of Asia – paintings, sculptures, ceramics, metalwork, and other art forms from Japan, China, and Southeast Asia are on display in this gallery. Musical Instruments – over 1,100 instruments to see from all over the world. Everything from vessel flutes and shell trumpets to bamboo harps and kettledrums is on display.
Duration: 3 hours 
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Boston Children's Museum
Your Boston Children's Museum ticket includes General admission to Boston Children's Museum 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. 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's crucial for child development. Special events and presentations take place daily, so check the schedule when you arrive. It's also recognized internationally as a research and development center and pacesetter for children's exhibitions, educational programs, and curriculum. Boston Children's Museum highlights Art Studio – A dynamic, hands-on activity space. This room is designed to encourage children to observe, explore and express ideas using a variety of creative tools. The Common – For games, gatherings and getting active, the Common is the place to play. It's all about brain-building fun here, with activities to help children develop gross motor skills. Japanese House – Families can explore every corner of this fully-equipped Japanese house, reconstructed in Boston by Japanese carpenters. Japanese family life, customs, ceremonies, art, architecture, and seasonal events are all highlighted in the fully functional 100-year-old house. Kid Power – Active bodies are powerful bodies. Use pedal power to activate the Kid Power sign, light up the interactive dance floor, climb the walls, or hop on the power pump seats. New Balance Foundation Climb – This incredible three-story climbing sculpture is made of flowing curved platforms, rising up through the glass lobby of Boston Children’s Museum and inviting children to scamper and scale this vertical maze. Children are both challenged and delighted as they attempt safe risk-taking and find their way through the 3D, full-body puzzle.
Duration: 3 hours 
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Old State House
Your Old State House ticket includes Admission to the Old State House exhibits and tours Feel like the most powerful person in Colonial America – the Old State House is where the American Revolution was born. It's where the Boston Massacre took place, freedom was debated, and independence was announced to the city. Step across the threshold of the iconic museum and you'll get a real insight into the past. You'll have access to the tours and performances led by costumed Revolutionary characters, who literally bring history to life. Or, you can take your time and explore the museum at your own pace on a self-guided tour. Discover period rooms filled with multi-sensory exhibits, historic art, and one-of-a-kind artifacts. Sit in the Royal Governor's chair in the King's Council Chamber and see lavish Colonial costumes and ammunition up close. You'll even find tea salvaged from the Boston Tea Party on display.
Duration: 1 hour 
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Salem Witch Museum
Your Salem Witch Museum ticket includes Admission to the Salem Witch Museum and access to a self-guided tour of 13 life-size sets that depict the Salem Witch Trial 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. Explore 13 life-size sets, documenting the story of the witch trials, and the people who were accused and imprisoned for witchcraft. You'll learn all about this journey of mass hysteria which resulted in court trials. You'll also find out what happened in the aftermath and discover how witchcraft exists today. Don't miss a trip to the quirky gift shop on your way out, you'll find plenty of souvenirs ranging from Halloween decorations and costumes to spell books.
Duration: 45 minutes
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Old South Meeting House
Your Old South Meeting House ticket includes Admission to the Old South Meeting House historic exhibits, period rooms, and access to a self-guided tour with a free, downloadable audio guide Explore one of America's most important colonial landmarks. The Old South Meeting House is where the infamous Boston Tea Party began, and you'll get the chance to see where it all started. Learn all about the American Revolution through the interactive exhibits, and discover the play-by-play events that led to America's independence from British rule. This unique architectural gem is the oldest-surviving public building in Boston. Wander through beautifully-restored period rooms and climb up the grand staircases where history happened. You'll step into the pulpit area where pastors would preach their fiery Christian sermons and see where the party debates took place. Don’t miss the Old South Meeting House’s special exhibits, which include Voices of Protest, a retelling of the controversial and fascinating events that occurred in the building, and If These Walls Could Speak, a state-of-the-art audio exhibit.
Duration: 1 hour 
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The Hahvahd Tour
Your Harvard Walking Tour ticket includes 70-minute guided tour of the university campus and historic buildings led by a current Harvard student 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. You'll learn all about Harvard's history, its famous alumni, and what it's really like to live and study there. Your expert guide will know the ins and outs of life at Harvard, so ask them as many questions as you want.
Duration: 1 hour 10 minutes
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Samuel Adams Brewery
Your Go Boston pass includes A tour of the brewery to learn how the beer is made Three Samuel Adams beers to sample Free tasting glass to keep 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. Known as 'Sam Adams' beer, this brewery put American craft brewing on the map in the 80s. On this tour, you'll learn what makes the Samuel Adams beer so special and you'll get to taste three different flavors too. Experience the entire brewing process from start to finish when you step into this brewery. You'll get a guided tour around the site, learning all about the history of craft beer. And, you'll get to taste the roasted malts used to brew Samuel Adams beer and smell the German Noble hops that give it a distinct flavor and aroma. Guests aged 21 and older will receive a complimentary tasting glass to keep, and three Samuel Adams beers to sample along the way.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
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Swan Boats
Your Swan Boats of Boston ticket includes A 30-minute swan boat ride on the water 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. Get a group together and glide across the water next to Boston's Public Gardens near the neighborhoods of Beacon Hill and the Back Bay. Many Bostonians consider it to be their favorite part of the city, so you'll be doing as the locals do.
Duration: 30 minutes
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Harvard Museum of Natural History
Your Harvard Museum of Natural History ticket includes General admission to both the Harvard Museum of Natural History and the Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology during regular hours 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. See over 12,000 unique plant and animal specimens from around the world, including a fossil of a giant sloth, the world's only mounted Kronosaurus, and a whopping 1,600-pound amethyst geode. The museum is not only located on the campus of one of the most prestigious universities in the world, but it also uses cutting-edge research to help you understand the world a bit better. Harvard Natural History Museum highlights New England Forests – explore the world of the woodland beaver, bear, moose, and dozens of other wildlife. Marine Life in the Putnam Family Gallery – immerse yourself in this new marine diorama of life in local waters. See hundreds of fish and mollusks from around the world. Africa Gallery – see impressive mounted specimens of African wildlife, including elephants, hippos, lions, ostrich, gorillas, hyena, as well as a collection of rare animals from Madagascar. Great Mammal Hall – constructed in 1872, this hall features towering giraffes, antelope, bats, and skeletons of many of the world’s primates and mammals, arranged in biologically-fascinating poses. The Glass Flowers – see the world-renowned collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants, by glass artisan Leopold Blaschka and his son Rudolf.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
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MIT Museum
Your MIT Museum ticket includes Admission to MIT Museum's permanent and temporary exhibitions MIT Museum is Boston's number one destination for all things science and technology. Underwater robotics, out-of-this-world holograms, and ingenious kinetic sculptures are some of its top exhibits. It's also home to the world’s most comprehensive holography collection with more than 2,000 amazing holograms. Browse cutting-edge displays that blend art, technology, and science. You'll meet Kismet, the world's first sociable robot, see the beloved kinetic sculptures of Arthur Ganson, and get to see a forward-thinking exhibition about artificial intelligence. Forget those dusty academic enclaves – this powerhouse of science and technology will send you home inspired. Don't miss a visit to the MIT Museum Store on your way out – it sells hilariously nerdy science-themed toys, t-shirts, jewelry, and gifts. MIT Museum highlights Science and Technology – a look at the preserved artifacts of historical interest and significance documenting MIT’s role in the history of modern science. Holography – the largest collection of holograms in the world documenting holography since its inception in the late 1940s. Hart Nautical – one of the oldest and most extensive archives of nautical technology in the USA dating from the 16th century to the present. Architecture and Design – a critical collection of the study of architecture instruction and practice. MIT General Collections – comprised of visual and written material as well as artifacts that record the social and cultural history of MIT from its founding to the present day.
Duration: 1 hour 
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Take a tour of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with the students that study there. 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. Your charismatic student guide will provide entertaining and inspiring stories about former students and everything you see along the way. They'll also give you a unique, behind-the-scenes insight into life on campus and detail their personal experiences at the university they call home. MIT Tour highlights Kendall Square & the Stata Center The Green Building Harvard (Mass Ave) Bridge Lobby 7 & the Infinite Corridor
Duration: 1 hour 
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Charles Riverboat Company
Get the perfect view of the Boston and Cambridge skyline from the water on this relaxing river cruise. The 70-minute tour takes you around the Charles River Basin and past Boston's prestigious universities, iconic landmarks, and historic sights. You might even catch the Harvard crew teams practicing their rowing on this stretch of the river. On the leisurely journey, your captain will point out the top sights flanking each side of the river – so keep your cameras ready. They'll also provide an insightful and entertaining commentary along the way. Charles River Cruise highlights Beacon Hill Massachusetts Statehouse Boston Esplanade Hatch Shell Harvard University MIT Prudential Center
Duration: 1 hour 10 minutes
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John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum & Library
Your JFK Presidential Library and Museum ticket includes Admission to 25 multimedia exhibits detailing the life of the president Discover little-known facts and the secret history of America's most popular former president. JFK was born in Boston – so he had a special connection with the historic city and thought of it as his home. At this library and museum, you'll immerse yourself in a timeline of his transformative presidency, complete with rare family photos and artifacts. Watch video clips of press interviews, see replicas of White House offices, and learn all about the life and legacy of the Kennedy family. Housed in a striking building, designed by I. M. Pei, the JFK Presidential Library and Museum sits on a ten-acre waterfront site on Columbia Point and offers panoramic views of Boston's skyline and Harbor Islands. There are 25 multimedia exhibits to see, as well as replicated period settings from the White House. Learn all about President Kennedy's days in office, life in America during the early 60s, and Boston's connection to both. Presidential Library and Museum highlights Campaign Trail – a look at then-Senator Kennedy’s campaign for the presidency in 1960 and his face off with Richard Nixon that featured the first live-broadcast television debates. The Briefing Room – this exhibit features video samples of JFK’s televised responses to reporters’ queries and exhibits of objects and documents illustrating the issues he dealt with as president. Also included at the JFK Library is his speech to the people of West Berlin denouncing the construction of the Berlin Wall. Space Program – a look at Freedom 7, the iconic space capsule that U.S. Navy Commander Alan B. Shepard, Jr. piloted on the first American manned flight into space. The flight was the first to play out live on television, with millions of people sharing in the tension and excitement as the historic event unfolded before their eyes. Attorney General’s Office – an examination of the relationship between JFK and his brother Robert Kennedy, who was appointed Attorney General at a time when the civil rights struggle was peaking. The Oval Office – this exhibit highlights the personal items displayed in the Oval Office during JFK’s presidency, a replica of his desk, and his press conference on civil rights where his commitment to the cause of equal rights became the main thrust of his term in office. First Lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy – a look at the elegant First Lady who used the prestige of her position to champion American arts and culture, as well as a look at Jacqueline Bouvier, before she became the famed Mrs. Kennedy. The Kennedy Family – this exhibit explores the roots of the historically political Fitzgerald and Kennedy family stretching back to Ireland in the 1800s. The Glass Pavilion – this nine-story glassed pavilion is where you complete your visit. It has stunning views of Boston and the Harbor Islands and is the perfect place to reflect.
Duration: 1 hour 
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Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate
Your Edward M. Kennedy Institute ticket includes General admission to all Edward M. Kennedy Institute's exhibits and experiences Become a 'Senator in training' at this hands-on institute, where you'll get an insider's look at the day-to-day workings of the US Senate. It's one of the most important governmental bodies in the country, and you'll learn all about Senate history, culture, and how a bill becomes a law. Browse state-of-the-art exhibit halls and see full-scale reproductions of Senator Kennedy’s office and the Senate Chamber itself. Participation is encouraged too – you'll be able to vote on a rotating bill inspired by real legislation. Edward M. Kennedy Institute highlights The Senate Chamber – the only full-scale reproduction of the United States Senate Chamber. You'll get the chance to vote on a rotating bill and see a debate in action. Senator’s Office – a full-scale replica of Senator Kennedy's Washington D.C. office. You'll be given tablets to help you explore the pieces within the collection. Senate Staff Office – hear firsthand stories from Senator Edward M. Kennedy’s staff and learn about the different roles that exist among the staff.
Duration: 1 hour 
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Urban AdvenTours
Your Boston Bike Rental ticket includes Bike, Lazer O2 helmet, and Kryptonite bike lock A map with popular bike routes and personalized directions Use of the equipment until 6pm Boston is brimming with history and charm and there's no better way to get a feel for it than hitting the road on a two-wheeler and taking a self-guided tour around the sights. Cycle through the city and you'll get the chance to explore Boston's winding streets and secret alleyways. The bike-friendly city is easy to navigate, so you'll feel safe on the road whether you're traveling with friends or family. You'll be given a comfortable bike, fitted to your specifications, that's yours until 6pm. All other equipment – bike lock, helmet and a map of popular Boston bike routes – will be included too. You can follow a route that ticks off the historic landmarks, or just head out on an adventure and see what you find.
Duration: 4 hours 
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Plimoth Plantation
Your Plimoth Plantation/Plimoth Grist Mill Combo ticket includes Admission to both Plimoth Plantation and the Plimoth Grist Mill, a working 17th-century mill 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. Sights, sounds, and smells will transport you back in time. You'll walk into huts and houses, touch the objects, and chat to the role players who are each based on a real character who lived in the village. With over 100 acres of countryside and authentic villages to explore, you'll feel like you're literally taking a step back in time. Plimoth Plantation highlights Wampanoag Homesite – step into a wetu (house) covered in soft furs, flickering firelight, and woven bulrush mats. Unlike other areas of the Plimoth Plantation, the people you'll meet here are natives, not actors. They're dressed in traditional deerskin clothing and they're happy to answer your questions about anything related to their story or culture. Ask them about their family life, cooking, traditional plant remedies or boat building techniques. 17th-Century English Village – a recreation of the small farming community built by colonists adjacent to the Wampanoag Homesite. You'll wander through tiny timber-framed houses and their gardens, see livestock and mingle with the townspeople of Plymouth Colony. The people you'll meet here are 17th-century characters and modern-day guides. Ask about religious beliefs, cooking and medicinal habits, and relations to the Native People nearby. The English Village offers unobstructed views of Plymouth Harbor, giving the whole experience a touch of authenticity. Craft Center - watch artisans practicing historic crafts, trades, and domestic skills in a modern setting. You’ll see reproductions of original items the Pilgrims imported from England such as earthenware pottery, textiles, and candles. See traditional Native artifacts used today in the Wampanoag Homesite being crafted. These artisans are always delighted to share their knowledge and skills while they work. A recent addition to the Craft Center is the Plimoth Bread Company—a bakery where guests can learn about 17th-century bread making in a wood-fired clay oven. Plimoth Grist Mill - just 16 years after they arrived on the Mayflower, the Pilgrims built a grist mill on Plymouth’s historic Town Brook. Plimoth Grist Mill is a reconstruction of that original 1636 mill, where you can take a look at the mill’s history and its workings. See the 200-year old millstones grinding corn and chat to the millers and find out why they keep their noses to the grindstone. Be sure to take home some of their freshly stone-ground organic cornmeal - it’s a taste to give thanks for.
Duration: 2 hours 
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Mayflower II
Your Plimoth Plantation/Plimoth Grist Mill Combo ticket includes Admission to both Plimoth Plantation and the Plimoth Grist Mill, a working 17th-century mill 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. Sights, sounds, and smells will transport you back in time. You'll walk into huts and houses, touch the objects, and chat to the role players who are each based on a real character who lived in the village. With over 100 acres of countryside and authentic villages to explore, you'll feel like you're literally taking a step back in time. Plimoth Plantation highlights Wampanoag Home-site – step into a wetu (house) covered in soft furs, flickering firelight, and woven bulrush mats. Unlike other areas of the Plimoth Plantation, the people you'll meet here are natives, not actors. They're dressed in traditional deerskin clothing and they're happy to answer your questions about anything related to their story or culture. Ask them about their family life, cooking, traditional plant remedies or boat building techniques. 17th-Century English Village – a recreation of the small farming community built by colonists adjacent to the Wampanoag Home-site. You'll wander through tiny timber-framed houses and their gardens, see livestock and mingle with the townspeople of Plymouth Colony. The people you'll meet here are 17th-century characters and modern-day guides. Ask about religious beliefs, cooking and medicinal habits, and relations to the Native People nearby. The English Village offers unobstructed views of Plymouth Harbor, giving the whole experience a touch of authenticity. Craft Center - watch artisans practicing historic crafts, trades, and domestic skills in a modern setting. You’ll see reproductions of original items the Pilgrims imported from England such as earthenware pottery, textiles, and candles. See traditional Native artifacts used today in the Wampanoag Home-site being crafted. These artisans are always delighted to share their knowledge and skills while they work. A recent addition to the Craft Center is the Plimoth Bread Company—a bakery where guests can learn about 17th-century bread making in a wood-fired clay oven. Plimoth Grist Mill - just 16 years after they arrived on the Mayflower, the Pilgrims built a grist mill on Plymouth’s historic Town Brook. Plimoth Grist Mill is a reconstruction of that original 1636 mill, where you can take a look at the mill’s history and its workings. See the 200-year old millstones grinding corn and chat to the millers and find out why they keep their noses to the grindstone. Be sure to take home some of their freshly stone-ground organic cornmeal - it’s a taste to give thanks for.
Duration: 30 minutes
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Plimoth Grist Mill
Your Plimoth Plantation/Plimoth Grist Mill Combo ticket includes Admission to both Plimoth Plantation and the Plimoth Grist Mill, a working 17th-century mill 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. Sights, sounds, and smells will transport you back in time. You'll walk into huts and houses, touch the objects, and chat to the role players who are each based on a real character who lived in the village. With over 100 acres of countryside and authentic villages to explore, you'll feel like you're literally taking a step back in time. Plimoth Plantation highlights Wampanoag Home-site – step into a wetu (house) covered in soft furs, flickering firelight, and woven bulrush mats. Unlike other areas of the Plimoth Plantation, the people you'll meet here are natives, not actors. They're dressed in traditional deerskin clothing and they're happy to answer your questions about anything related to their story or culture. Ask them about their family life, cooking, traditional plant remedies or boat building techniques. 17th-Century English Village – a recreation of the small farming community built by colonists adjacent to the Wampanoag Home-site. You'll wander through tiny timber-framed houses and their gardens, see livestock and mingle with the townspeople of Plymouth Colony. The people you'll meet here are 17th-century characters and modern-day guides. Ask about religious beliefs, cooking and medicinal habits, and relations to the Native People nearby. The English Village offers unobstructed views of Plymouth Harbor, giving the whole experience a touch of authenticity. Craft Center - watch artisans practicing historic crafts, trades, and domestic skills in a modern setting. You’ll see reproductions of original items the Pilgrims imported from England such as earthenware pottery, textiles, and candles. See traditional Native artifacts used today in the Wampanoag Home-site being crafted. These artisans are always delighted to share their knowledge and skills while they work. A recent addition to the Craft Center is the Plimoth Bread Company—a bakery where guests can learn about 17th-century bread making in a wood-fired clay oven. Plimoth Grist Mill - just 16 years after they arrived on the Mayflower, the Pilgrims built a grist mill on Plymouth’s historic Town Brook. Plimoth Grist Mill is a reconstruction of that original 1636 mill, where you can take a look at the mill’s history and its workings. See the 200-year old millstones grinding corn and chat to the millers and find out why they keep their noses to the grindstone. Be sure to take home some of their freshly stone-ground organic cornmeal - it’s a taste to give thanks for.
Duration: 30 minutes
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Franklin Park Zoo
Your Franklin Park Zoo ticket includes General admission to Franklin Park Zoo Themed exhibits featuring lions, tigers, and leopards Live feedings, shows and demonstrations 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. Say hello to a herd of giraffe in the Savannah, spot a white-bearded wildebeest on the Serengeti Crossing, and watch seven western lowland gorillas swinging through the trees in the Tropical Forest. You'll also find exhibits dedicated to birds, butterflies and farmyard animals to explore. Don't miss the daily feedings, talks and hands-on encounters – grab a schedule on your way in to plan your visit. Franklin Park Zoo highlights Serengeti Crossing – this spacious four-acre exhibit is home to ostriches, zebras, ibex, and wildebeest. You'll see them grazing and lounging as they do in their natural environment. The Tropical Forest – come face-to-face with gorillas, bats, vultures, ring-tailed lemurs, pygmy hippos, and more. This three-acre exhibit mimics the animals' natural environment with streams, moats and rock structures. Butterfly Landing – a seasonal exhibit containing over 1,000 butterflies in free flight in a large outdoor 'tent,' featuring streams and a waterfall. Outback Trail – meet the best of Australasia's iconic animals. At this exhibit, you'll see kangaroos, cockatoos, emus, and two North Island brown kiwis. Children’s Zoo – young ones can run free with the ducks, prairie dogs, and watch two beautiful and rare Amur Leopards. Bird’s World – an oriental-themed bird exhibit with dozens of species in four different habitats – swamp, rain forest, desert, and wetlands. See flamingos, Andean condors, and more. Kalahari Kingdom / Tiger Tales – get close to the King of the Jungle, some stripy tigers, and a red river hog. This African-themed exhibit features a 'crashed' Land Rover and a surrounding moat.
Duration: 2 hours 
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LEGOLAND Discovery Center Boston
Your LEGOLAND® Discovery Center ticket includes Admission to LEGOLAND® Discover Center with access to LEGO® rides, a 4D cinema, MINILAND® - a LEGO® metropolis, and soft play areas LEGO® fans can let loose at this interactive discovery center. There are LEGO® rides, a 4D cinema, and plenty of hands-on play areas and building sites to keep kids and big kids busy. Learn building secrets at the Model Builder Academy, race cars on the speed test tracks and create towering skyscrapers to withstand the Earthquake Tables. At the Discovery Center's MINILAND® you can explore an entire metropolis made of LEGO® bricks including replicas of famous Boston and Somerville buildings. LEGOLAND® Discovery Center highlights MINILAND® - 1.5 million bricks have been used to create this impressive LEGO® city. Explore mini Boston and see the city come to life through interactive displays, touch screens and sound effects. LEGO® 4D Cinema - see your favorite LEGO® characters in action at this immersive cinema - each screening comes with wind, rain and snow effects. Movies include Spell Breaker, Clutch Powers, The LEGO® Movie™ 4D: A New Adventure, and LEGO® Nexo Knights™: The Book of Creativity. Merlin's Apprentice Ride - soar through the skies in Merlin's magical potions chamber and learn how to be his apprentice. LEGO® Master Builder Academy - learn how to become a Master Builder and create anything from LEGO®.
Duration: 2 hours 
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Six Flags New England
Your Six Flags New England ticket includes Admission to both Six Flags New England theme park and Hurricane Harbor Water park Spin, loop, and drop your way around New England's best theme park, and then make a splash at the water park too. You'll get admission to both Six Flags attractions – the New England theme park and Hurricane Harbor water park with your pass – so you won't have to choose between the two. Go wild on land and in the water. Six Flags boasts over 100 rides, shows and attractions for riders of all ages, while Hurricane Harbor lines up a thrilling mix of water-coasters, wave pools, and slides. Six Flags New England highlights Harley Quinn Spinsanity – a huge pendulum ride that reaches speeds of up to 70 mph and swings you right up into the air. Thunderbolt – a wooden coaster and the oldest in the park. GOTHAM CITY Gauntlet: Escape from Arkham Asylum – twist and spin around the mousetrap-style track which combines quick turns with speed. SUPERMAN: The Ride Virtual Reality Coaster – journey through the comic book world of Superman on this virtual reality roller-coaster. If you're brave enough to keep your eyes open on the ride, you'll get an amazing view of the Connecticut River from its 208-foot elevation. Wicked Cyclone – this smooth, fast and intense ride features two zero-G rolls, some huge drops, and plenty of weightlessness. Hurricane Harbor highlights Castaway Creek – float your way around the park on this lazy river. Hurricane Bay – one of the largest wave pools in the country with four-foot-tall waves. The Halfpipe – this zero gravity water slide is four stories high.
Duration: 6 hours 
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HighFlyer Zipline at Foxwoods
Your HighFlyer Zip-line at Foxwoods Resort Casino ticket includes One journey on the best zip line in Connecticut Jump from 350-feet high and zoom over the treetops Fly through the air at top speeds on this adrenaline-filled adventure. The HighFlyer Zip-line is a one-of-a-kind experience where you'll start at a height of 350 feet and zoom over the treetops at a speed of nearly 60mph. It's the biggest zip line in Connecticut and the only one in America that starts from a 33-story hotel tower. Before your trip, you'll participate in 'Flight School' where you'll be harnessed up and given a briefing before your adventure. You'll then be led up to the take-off deck where you'll jump from the tower and soar through the air. The thrilling journey is so fast, it'll only take around 90 seconds. Each journey is slightly different, too, so no thrill seeker will have the same experience. Your cheerleaders will be welcome to hop in the shuttle bus and travel to the Landing Zone to watch you fly and take plenty of snaps.
Duration: 30 minutes
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Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Your Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum ticket includes Admission to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum exhibits Free audio guide, talks, and presentations 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. The historic galleries surrounding the verdant courtyard contain more than 2,500 extraordinary pieces, including work by Titian, Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Raphael, Botticelli, Manet, Degas, Whistler, and Sargent. Spaces in the new Renzo Piano-designed wing are designed to encourage visitor engagement. The special artist projects in these areas will promote an atmosphere of curiosity and learning. Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum highlights Music at the Gardner – the museum hosts performances by world-renowned musicians and it's even served as a launch pad for emerging artists. Now housed in the innovative Calderwood Hall, concerts feature classical masterpieces, contemporary music, and jazz. Check out the concert schedule before you go. Richard E. Floor Living Room – inspired by a project by artist-in-residence Lee Mingwei, the living room is a place of learning and inspiration for visitors. On Friday and Saturday afternoons, pop in for conversations with hosts, or swing by anytime to read and relax. Claire and John Bertucci Education Studio – hands-on art activities for visitors of all ages. Drop-in hours are weekends from 11am to 4pm. Tours and talks – regular tours and talks take place throughout the day. Grab a schedule at the admission desk on your way in. The Theft – see empty frames hanging on the walls where works of art were stolen in 1990 in the largest property theft in the world - a mystery that to this day remains unsolved with a $10 million reward offered for information leading to the recovery of the stolen works of art.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
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The Institute of Contemporary Art
Your Institute of Contemporary Art ticket includes General admission to the Institute of Contemporary Art's exhibits Pieces from Shepard Fairey and Tara Donovan Prints, photos, paintings and multi-sensory exhibits See cutting-edge creations at this museum dedicated to contemporary art. Located on Boston's beautiful waterfront, the state-of-the-art facility is an architectural marvel itself and boasts 17,000 square feet of exhibition space. Browse works by celebrated artists Shepard Fairey, Tara Donovan and Cindy Sherman, as well as an ever-changing display of temporary exhibits. Enjoy a multi-sensory experience as you explore sculptures, 3D installations, and audio and visual creative pieces. Visitors will gain a newfound appreciation for contemporary art and the creative process and get a better understanding of the art industry today. Institute of Contemporary Art highlights Kai Althoff: Untitled, 2004 Kader Attia: Oil and Sugar #2, 2007 Paul Chan: 1st Light, 2005 Taylor Davis: Untitled, 2001 Shepard Fairey: Jane’s Addiction, 2008; Mothership, 2007; Peace Bomber, 2008; Proud Parents, 2007; Afrocentric (Power & Equality) , 2007; Mujer Fatal, 2007; Peace Goddess, 2007; Guns and Roses, 2006; Malcom X, 2006; Vintage Paster, 2006; Greetings from Iraq, 2005; Mr. Spray, 2004; Nixon Money, 2003; Obey Pole, 2001; Print and Destroy (Printing Press) , 2000; OBEY Fist, 2000; OBEY Marilyn Warhol, 2000; Lenin Stamp, 1999; Obedience Problems, 1999; Lightning Bolt, 1998; Bomber, 1996 Mona Hatoum: Pom Pom City, 2002; Dormeuse, 1998 Thomas Hirschhorn: Wood-Chain VIII (Pisa Tower) , 2004 Roni Horn: Key and Cue, No. 288; I’M NOBODY! WHO ARE YOU! , 1994-2003 Christian Jankowski: Point of Sale, 2002 Josiah McElheny: Czech Modernism Mirrored and Reflected Infinitely, 2005 Ivan Navarro: 11 Upside Down, 2007 Audio guides are available at the ICA, and pieces with corresponding audio information are marked accordingly. In addition to its impressive permanent collection, the ICA regularly rotates temporary exhibitions through its halls. See Less
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Peabody Essex Museum
Your Peabody Essex Museum ticket includes Exhibitions featuring art and artifacts from across the globe Maritime manuscripts and shipboard logs The biggest collection of maritime art and artifacts 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. Experience art and culture from around the world, see one of the biggest collections of sea exploration artifacts in the world and get hands-on with the interactive exhibits. Peabody Essex Museum highlights Written on the Waves – this exhibit features shipboard logs and journals. It's a unique look at the world of maritime manuscripts through the logbooks of 18th-century sea captains who voyaged around the globe, recording their expeditions and feats. Faces of Devotion: Indian Sculpture from the Figiel Collection – widely-regarded as the finest collection of Indian sculpture in the world, this exhibition presents ritual bronzes of deified heroes, pastoral gods and goddesses, and totemic animal spirits spanning the last millennium. Fish, Silk, Tea, Bamboo: Cultivating an Image of China – this exhibit explores four of the motifs often associated with China, through delicate works on paper and other objects that helped to shape perceptions of the Middle Kingdom in 18th-century Europe. Intersections: Native American Art in a New Light – features never-before-seen objects such as a 17th-century bejeweled Inca dance crown, as well as art from diverse cultures – from the Haida of British Columbia to the Incas of Peru. This exhibit focuses on the connections between the traditional and personal, the present and the past.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
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The House of the Seven Gables
Your House of the Seven Gables ticket includes 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. You'll join a guided tour and explore the nooks and crannies of the Turner-Ingersoll mansion that author, Nathanial Hawthorne, based his book on. It boasts some of the country's earliest Georgian interiors and quirky features like a secret staircase and hidden rooms. Your ticket also includes a visit to the Nathaniel Hawthorne House, which is just two minutes away, and the birthplace of the famed author. House of the Seven Gables highlights House of the Seven Gables – marvel at unique original period features spanning four centuries of American architectural history. Nathaniel Hawthorne Birthplace – see where the famed American novelist was born and lived. Seaside Garden – stroll around this outdoor oasis and admire the shrub borders, wisteria, lilacs, and rose trellis. Some of which are described in the book.
Duration: 45 minutes
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The Mary Baker Eddy Library
Your Mary Baker Eddy Library & Mapparium ticket includes General admission to the Mary Baker Eddy Library & Mapparium Step inside a globe to see earth from a different perspective Browse never-before-seen documents and artifacts Mary Baker Eddy was one of the most influential women of her day - she overcame adversity to write a groundbreaking book on religion, health, and spirituality - a practice that came to be known as Christian Science. Explore the life, ideas, and achievements of the iconic, 19th-century Bostonian at this library and mapparium. You'll walk across a bridge through the three-story stained glass mapparium globe, which is enhanced with music and special effects. Get a whole new perspective of Earth’s geography as you see it from a concave, mirror-imaged view - the opposite of what you’d see on a spinning globe. In the library exhibit, you'll discover letters, documents, and artifacts never before released to the public. Learn all about the construction, history, and significance of the Mapparium - an architectural and artistic feat of engineering. Be sure to check out the historic Publishing House Lobby (formerly the Hall of Ideas), a neoclassical hall built in 1934 that once housed printing and bindery equipment to produce The Christian Science Monitor and other periodicals.
Duration: 1 hour 
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The Mapparium
Your Mary Baker Eddy Library & Mapparium ticket includes General admission to the Mary Baker Eddy Library & Mapparium Step inside a globe to see earth from a different perspective Browse never-before-seen documents and artifacts Mary Baker Eddy was one of the most influential women of her day - she overcame adversity to write a groundbreaking book on religion, health, and spirituality - a practice that came to be known as Christian Science. Explore the life, ideas, and achievements of the iconic, 19th-century Bostonian at this library and mapparium. You'll walk across a bridge through the three-story stained glass mapparium globe, which is enhanced with music and special effects. Get a whole new perspective of Earth’s geography as you see it from a concave, mirror-imaged view - the opposite of what you’d see on a spinning globe. In the library exhibit, you'll discover letters, documents, and artifacts never before released to the public. Learn all about the construction, history, and significance of the Mapparium - an architectural and artistic feat of engineering. Be sure to check out the historic Publishing House Lobby (formerly the Hall of Ideas), a neoclassical hall built in 1934 that once housed printing and bindery equipment to produce The Christian Science Monitor and other periodicals.
Duration: 30 minutes
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Buckman Tavern
Your Buckman Tavern ticket includes Self-guided audio tour of the faithfully-restored tavern 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. The interior of Buckman Tavern appears today very much as it did on that fateful morning in 1775, having been restored in the 1920s by the Lexington Historical Society. During the restoration, the original taproom fireplace was rediscovered and the bar was reinstalled. You'll see the old front door on display, with its bullet hole made by a British musket ball during the battle, and a portrait of John Buckman, the proprietor of the tavern in 1775.
Duration: 30 minutes
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Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology
Your Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology ticket includes Artifacts from the ancient world Aztec, Latin American and wartime pieces 150 weapons which have been turned into works of art 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. 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.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
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Otis House
Your Otis House Museum ticket includes Admission to Otis House Museum and a self-guided tour of the National Historic Landmark High-style Federal Era furnishings to explore This National Historic Landmark is the last surviving mansion in Boston’s West End neighborhood. It was designed for lawyer and mayor of Boston, Harrison Gray Otis, by his friend and renowned architect, Charles Bulfinch. The neighborhood at the time was a fashionable one, and you'll see this in the classical architecture and delicate detail of the house. Wander through the elegantly-furnished home and get an insight into the high-style of the Federal Era. You'll also explore the parlor, the withdrawing room, Sally's bedchamber, office, and dining room and learn all about high-style living for Boston's elite after the American Revolution.
Duration: 45 minutes
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Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House
Your admission to the Louisa May Alcott House includes A guided tour of the real-life setting of Little Women Access to all rooms in the house Rare family artifacts including Louisa's writing desk 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. The 17th-century house had retained its structure and authentic architectural look since it was built, so you'll get a real insight into Colonial America as you explore. Step across the threshold and enjoy the warm, inviting ambiance of this iconic house, which is decorated with Alcott family artifacts. You'll be able to picture Jo, Meg, Amy and Beth in scenes from the book as you're taken on a guided tour around the rooms. See where Alcott plays were performed, marvel at artwork covering the walls and doors, and learn all about the sisters that the characters were based on. You'll see the 'shelf desk' where Louisa wrote her novel, built for her by her father, the piano Anna played in the dining room, and some of May's drawings and sketches. Your lively guide will recount personal stories and history as you explore, bringing to life the story. Did you know Louisa May Alcott wrote Little Women in just ten weeks. She became so consumed with the project, she worked day and night, and sometimes forgot to eat. Jo, the main character in Little Women, is based on Louisa herself. The iconic story has been adapted into numerous movies and TV shows, as well as multiple Broadway plays, a musical, a ballet, and an opera.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Included
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Concord Museum
Your Concord Museum ticket includes Admission to the Concord Museum 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. There's case furniture, tables, seating furniture, clocks, glasses, textiles, ceramics, and metal ware. See one of the lanterns hung in the Old North Church on the night of April 18, 1775, as well as other relics of the American Revolution. The Concord Museum also holds the world's most comprehensive collection of Henry D. Thoreau's belongings, including never-seen-before belongings and the desk on which he wrote the influential 'Walden' and 'Civil Disobedience.' Curators, historians, and educators have recognized the collection for its national significance for more than a century - so don't miss a trip to the museum on your Boston adventure.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Included
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Old Sturbridge Village
Your Old Sturbridge Village ticket includes Admission to Old Sturbridge Village and access to a self-guided tour of 40 period buildings Embark on a 19th-century adventure at the Old Sturbridge Village – Boston's living history museum. Nestled among pristine fields of nature and New England foliage, this outdoor retreat has been transformed into 1830s New England, complete with old shops, period homes and friendly residents wandering past. You'll get the chance to explore over 40 authentic buildings, restored to their original 18th-century appearance, including a school, a law office, and a blacksmith shop. Experience America's Colonial past at the hands-on exhibits. You'll meet pigs, sheep, and cattle, and you can try your hand at nearly-forgotten crafts like candle making. Stop and chat with the friendly actors and guides, who'll answer your questions, give you some history tidbits, and get you involved in the activities. Old Sturbridge Village gets a festive makeover for nearly every national holiday. So if you're there during Christmas, harvest, Independence Day and any other national days, you can enjoy seasonal decorations, activities, and entertainment. You'll also find unique gifts, crafts, books, and keepsakes in the Museum Gift Shop and New England Bookstore. Old Sturbridge Village highlights Cider Mill – built in 1840, this is one of the few surviving original cider mills. See an original cider press with huge oak screws and learn about the traditional production processes. District School – see carved graffiti from generations of school children on original desks in the tiny school hall. Gristmill – one of the oldest buildings in Old Sturbridge Village. This is where grain was ground into flour and meal for feeding livestock. Fitch House – this pretty, picket fence-lined house makes the perfect photo stop. It has a gambrel roof, a rose trellis at the door, and a colorful garden.
Duration: 4 hours 
Admission Ticket Included
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Hy-Line Cruises
Your Hyannisport Harbor Cruise ticket includes One-hour cruise around Hyannis and local area landmarks with informative commentary on the sights and history 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. You'll travel past iconic sights like the Kennedy Memorial, Great Island, and Point Gammon Light, while your guide explains the history and fun facts you won't find in any guidebook. Learn all about the maritime industry and the people who established Cape Cod's waterfront community. What you'll see on the Hyannisport Harbor Cruise Great Island Kennedy Memorial Egg Island St. Andrews By-the-Sea Squaw Island Point Gammon Light OR Your Cape Cod Canal Cruise ticket includes Trip to Cape Cod Bay and back via the Cape Cod Canal Live commentary from your Captain Cruise up to Cape Cod Bay and the Sandwich Boat Basin on this sightseeing cruise. You'll travel along the famous Cape Cod Canal ticking off top landmarks as you go, and seeing a different side to Massachusetts. Your Captain will provide the live commentary and tell you all about the history behind the points of interest, as well as some fascinating facts. Cape Cod Canal history This National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark is the widest sea-level canal without locks in the world. Ships save 162 miles by traveling along the canal, instead of around the entire tip of Cape Cod. It's also safer to travel through the canal than deal with the unpredictable currents surrounding the outer Cape. Cape Cod Canal Cruise highlights Massachusetts Maritime Academy Sagamore Bridge Bourne Bridge Vertical Lift Railroad Bridge Gray Gable Herring Run Aptucxet Trading Post Scusset Beach Fish Pier Sandwich Boat Basin Cape Cod Bay
Duration: 1 hour 
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John F Kennedy Hyannis Museum
Your John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum ticket includes Admission to the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum's permanent exhibits Former president, John F. Kennedy, was a huge fan of Cape Cod and spent several vacations there relaxing with family and playing football with his old friends. This unique museum houses an exclusive selection of photographs and videos illustrating Kennedy's time in Cape Cod and giving you a unique insight into the private life of the president. While many other exhibits focus on his political life and untimely death, this collection lifts the lid on his personal and family life. Browse over 80 photographs, videos, and multimedia exhibits illustrating Kennedy's time in Cape Cod. His family holidays, playing football with buddies, and days spent reflecting and relaxing on sailing trips in the ocean, it's all here in black, white and color. Several themed areas include charged oral histories of JFK's friends, and there's a video narrated by Walter Cronkite depicting the president's experiences on the Cape. Remember the John F. Kennedy era in a different way, and learn more about Cape Cod.
Duration: 1 hour 
Admission Ticket Included
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Your Go Boston 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 Boston Pass is activated upon first usage and are good daily. Once inside an attraction or on a tour guests are welcome to stay until closing
  • Please Note: Operating hours of each attraction are subject to change without notice. If you are traveling over a holiday period, please ensure you check the operating hours with each attraction.
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Infants must sit on laps
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 99 travelers

All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.

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What is the maximum group size during Go Boston All-Inclusive Pass?
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This activity will have a maximum of 99 travelers.

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  • "Not recommended if you have any problems with mobility or walking!" See review
  • "When you get on and off all day it can get quite pricey." See review
  • "Their was no admission allowed by anyone other than employees." See review

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FOR TWO DAYS PASS No PREMIUM activities included. NO MENTION ABOUT THIS IN DESCRIPTION
stabotek
, Sep 2019
I bought a two days card based on DESCRIPTION, thinking that only the price will be lower then THREE DAYS. It is a better deal to buy the THREE DAYS instead of TWO DAYS because for A LOT of activities you will hear "Sorry Sir, this activity is included only in THREE DAYS PASS not in TWO DAYS". I ended up spending DOUBLE THE MONEY I spent buying this crappy version "TWO DAYS Go Boston Card" for two persons. The info is misleading. Some visitors said it in their reviews but I DIDN'T spend the time to read. Damned EXPENSIVE mistake...
star-5
great trip
kskatlady2019
, Aug 2019
I found that the Go Boston Card was very helpful for this trip. It help me to plan the days activities. Saved money too!
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Go Boston Card Must Have!
416JulyeR
, Aug 2019
Go Boston Card is a must have if you are planning on taking on Boston! So many choices ! We didn't get to take advantage of all of them, but the options were on point and made for a wonderful trip!
star-5
Quite useful
Culture34808024207
, Jul 2019
This probably saved quite a few dollars as I used it for quite a few attractions. I did book for the whale watch which was a great trip out to sea. Aquarium was poor in relation to others we have visited in Monterey and San Fran. Good mix of attractions. Had no issues with anywhere.
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Happy
Daydream29153596960
, Jun 2019
I thought the card worked great. The instructions on how to initiate the card on line were confusing. I was confused thinking we had to get to the main stop to activate the card, it seemed like a trolley would have picked you up from anywhere and then dropped you off to activate the card, so we ended up paying an Uber to take us to the main location to get started, could be more clear on web site. The silver line buses were great, we never had a problem getting a seat or waiting very long as we hopped on and off. All of the folks were good but Tom Collins was great since he had that rich Boston accent. Would use them again.
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Mis-sold
Tourist62235963101
, Jun 2019
Access to attractions not as described. Turned away from Duck Tour. Very disapointed with young children which made the day difficult.
icon Response from Host , Aug 2019
Thank you for taking the time to review The Boston Go Card. We appreciate the feedback. On our website and app, we do list which attractions are included on each of the pass types. The Premium attractions are only offered on pass durations of 3 days or more. We are so sorry for any inconvenience and confusion.
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Good value but hard to use
149tonia
, May 2019
Just using at two location was worth the value but the app is awful and difficult to figure how to use
icon Response from Host , Aug 2019
Thank you for taking the time to review The Go Boston Card. We appreciate the feedback and will be passing it along to Management. We are so sorry that you had trouble using the App.
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Excellent
joannescott101957
, May 2019
Great way to see Boston fast and it also covers entrance fee at Fenway park tour. You get a Harbour cruise free also the Aquarium entrance fee and the city view trolly was great. The only complaint was the drivers were very persistent on asking for tips. When you get on and off all day it can get quite pricey. Would have been nice if they had a few more stops.
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Card was a great value and we...
SWare
, Dec 2017
Card was a great value and we thoroughly enjoyed our tour guides who drove the trolley bus. The only problem we had was attempting to pick up our pass at the Viator/Trip Advisor office near one of the stops. Their was no admission allowed by anyone other than employees.
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Very disappointed of the Go Boston...
Irina M
, Nov 2017
Very disappointed of the Go Boston Card service. They've made a mistake by activating our card with an old date, so we were not able to access our next destinations. It took us at least 2 hours to fix it by calling them and the call was in roaming. It happened with me and one of my friends, but entire group had to wait for us to fix the problem. I would recommend to check for the date when you activate your Go Boston Card at the first place you visit.

Product code: 3958PASS

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