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Go San Francisco - Explorer Pass

4.8 218 reviews | 2K+ Booked
Take your pick from three low-priced passes and get easy admission to either 3, 4, or 5 top attractions in San Francisco without having to go through the hassle of picking up tickets or paying at the gate. The Go San Francisco Card Explorer Pass grants you access to attractions and activities such the Golden Gate Bay Cruise, the Escape from the Rock Cruise, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and more! Just present your printed pass or e-pass straight from your mobile device. The pass, which includes a guide and directions for each attraction, is valid for 30 days after your first attraction visit. What's great is you don't need a set itinerary to avail of the pass, simply choose the attractions you want to visit as you go.
US$ 74.00
US$ 71.00
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San Francisco is a city of stunning bridges, bays, and hills—and a hop on and hop off bus tour is a perfect way to sightsee. Experience the city that dazzles tourists with its world famous attractions, incredible scenery, and laid back vibe. You'll have an experienced English speaking guide with you, as well as a multilingual commentary that allows you to learn all the facts about and history of San Francisco. You'll pass by the must-sees, including Fisherman's Wharf, North Beach, Chinatown, and Barbary Coast. Explore all the destinations at your own pace by hopping on and off at your own leisure. Just ride the bus, hop off, visit the attractions, and wait for the next bus to come to move on to your next destination! The tour passes are valid for 24 hours or 48 hours, allowing you to plan your own itinerary. You can even go at night to appreciate the stunning, illuminated views of the city. This bus tour is perfect for first time visitors in San Francisco.
US$ 55.00
US$ 49.50
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Go San Francisco - All Inclusive Pass

4.7 109 reviews | 1K+ Booked
Take your pick from four low-priced day passes and get easy admission to 27 attractions in San Francisco without having to go through the hassle of picking up tickets or paying at the gate. The Go San Francisco Card grants you access to attractions and activities such the California Academy of Sciences, the Muir Woods and Wine Country Tour, the UC Berkeley Botanical Gardens, and more! Just present your printed pass or e-pass straight from your mobile device. The pass also includes a guide and directions for each attraction. You get to enjoy your pass for 1, 2, 3, or 5 days in a row once your Go San Francisco Card is activated. What's great is you don't need a set itinerary to avail of the pass, simply choose the attractions you want to visit as you go.
US$ 78.00
US$ 71.79
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What people are saying about Sightseeing in San Francisco

Joyce Bernadette Published 610 days ago
The Go San Francisco card was worth buying especially if you want and need to see many attractions in a short amount of days. We were able to go on the Big Bus tour which includes a trip to Sausalito, Alcatraz cruise, museums, and many more. Overall the card was great as we did not have to think of anything. The redeeming was easy and entering the attractions were fast.
Nathania Published 618 days ago
Big Bus hop on hop off is a good option for tourists who want to see all of San Francisco in a convenient, and informative way. The bus take you around to popular tourist spots around San Francisco, as well as offering a guided tour of the city. Our experience with Big Bus tours was good, however we experienced some setbacks with the company. For example, some of the drivers were not the most patient with the tourists, passive aggressive telling one guy that he had already explained something and making it seem like it was a nuisance to tell him again. Also, the busses are not clearly marked for the three different lines that the company offers. Overall our experience was good with Big Bus tours, especially since they offered a free shuttle back to Union Square at the end of the day when the busses stopped for the night tours.
Eireen Published 758 days ago
Easy to redeem and the sights around San Francisco are amazing. Chose the Escape from the Rock, Exploratorium, and SFMOMA. The boat for the cruise was nice but the audio could barely be heard. Exploratorium made science really interactive and it's good for kids, teens, and yound adults. There was so much to see at SFMOMA as well. Can't wait to go back to SF!
QUANG HUY Published 759 days ago
We had really good experience with this pass, only have time to manage a 1-day plan but it's still worth every cents. Totally don't know how it is cheap like that. "Excape from the Rock" is the best, after that is the Aquarium Museum. And please definitely make sure you will arrange 2 hours to attend the San Francisco Dudgeon, it does like anything else.
M Published 768 days ago
We had so much fun using this Go San Francisco card. We got the all inclusive pass for one day and were originally planning to squeeze in going to as many attractions as possible, but were only able to redeem the Hop On Hop Off bus because of limited time. The price of the bus alone is $55 if bought at the counter so this pass is a steal if you are able to maximize it by visiting other attractions. For us, the bus ride took awhile because we would hop off at different stops for pictures. Getting a ride back from each stop also took awhile as the queue usually was long especially if it's a attraction like the Golden Gate Bridge. It was a very enjoyable experience though! I'd probably suggest getting the two day pass instead of one so there'd be plenty of time to explore.
Marissa Published 865 days ago
It’s easy and convenient to redeem. You can save a lot pf money. The kids enjoyed it so much...We took advantage of the Hop on Hop Off with a bonus day, California Academy of Sciences and Madame Tussauds and the Dungeon. We were able to see and experience the must visits places and attractions of San Francisco in just two days...

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