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Go Boston - All Inclusive Pass

4.8 44 reviews | 500+ Booked
There is probably no better (and cheaper) way to see the beautiful city of Boston in full than with the Go Boston Card. This all-inclusive pass grants you access to almost 40 of the city’s top sights and attractions including the New England Aquarium, Skywalk Observatory, Museum of Fine Arts, Harvard Museum of Natural History and so much more! Visit Six Flags amusement park, see exotic animals at Franklin Park Zoo, go on a tour of Sam Adams Brewery, explore the eerie exhibits of Salem Witch Museum, etc. With immediate entry to all the attractions, you get to save loads of time on lining up for tickets. Choose between getting the Go Boston Card for one day or go all in for a week-long experience.
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What people are saying about Museums in Boston

Sharon Published 717 days ago
I really recommend this Go Boston card. Great value for money and easy to use. So convenient to show code on mobile phone. With this card you get to really experience Boston. We went for the 1 Day pass and got to experience so much. Purchasing the card from Klook was quick and easy and at a great price.
Sreedevi Shankaran Published 803 days ago
I liked boston city . The harbour cruise, sky desk, mit guided tour, harvard university guided tour, aquarium state building guided tour, swan boat , all were very good. Ltook 2 days boston park and i went to many places using hop.in hop off bus and subway train Irecommend the go boston tour to all visiting boston because you can cover many places using hop in hop off bus. I am very happy that I visited mit and harvard.

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