Boston: the city is filled with American History, famous for many movies, and of course, everyone has a unique American accent. The home of the Boston Red Sox, New England Patriots, Boston Bruins, and Boston Celtics, there is so much to do in Boston, it can get expensive quickly. Have no fear though, the Go Boston Card is here!
The Go Boston Card is a great, affordable advantage to exploring the history of one of America’s first beloved cities. With a Go Boston Card, you’ll pay nothing at the gate, every attraction’s entrance fee is fully paid for with your initial purchase. You’ll also be on no time limit as this program lets you do as much or as little as you want.
Did we mention that the Go Cards are extremely easy to use? Simply arrive at your first attraction, have them scan the card, and you are in. Easy as 1, 2, 3. (Insider tip: Download the Smart Destinations app and store your card on your phone. No worries about losing it or keeping up with paper copies!)
We love using the CityView hop on/hop off Trolley to get around and while everything in Boston is beautiful, especially in the spring, our favorite attractions had to be the New England Aquarium, Paul Revere’s House, Fenway Park and the USS Constitution. For history lovers the JFK Presidential Library and the Freedom Trail Walking Tour are a must.
Art is very much part of the culture in Boston and you’ll get to see some masterpieces at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the Institute of Contemporary Art and the Museum of Fine Arts.
For the brainiac in your group, check out the MIT Museum, the Museum of Science and take a Harvard Walking Tour.
For more light hearted, family friendly activities try LEGOLAND Discovery Center, a harbor cruise and an excursion in a Swan Boat. You can see how much variety there is and how you will easily want to spend at least 3 days exploring Boston!
If you buy a 3, 5, or 7 day Go Boston Card, you’ll be able to choose one of the following premium attractions: A Blue Man Group ticket, a Boston Duck Tour, a New England Aquarium Whale Watch, or a Boston Red Sox ticket.
Go Boston Cards start at a one-day child pass for $35.45 and a one-day adult pass for $53.03. Go Boston Cards are also available in two, three, five, and seven day passes. The pass is good for up to two weeks while being used, not hourly increments.
To learn more about Go Boston Cards or to purchase your card now, visit 365Tickets Canada.