Boston CityPASS is a phenomenal way to save money while you see some great sites in Boston. What you get when you buy CityPASS is a booklet of admission tickets to 5 must-see attractions in Boston, and you’ll save 47% compared to combined regular box office prices. You can save time with easy access at most attractions, because once you have your CityPASS booklet, you can skip the ticket line and go directly to the entrance. CityPASS booklets are valid for nine consecutive days, beginning the day of first use. You can visit the attractions in any order you wish. Look forward to seeing the Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Science, the New England Aquarium, the Skywalk Observatory, and the Harvard Museum of Natural History or the Old State House.Boston CityPASS equals one-stop shopping, substantial discounts, and no waiting in line to buy tickets are the advantages of this nine-day pass to some of the city’s top attractions: Museum of Fine Arts (Avenue of the Arts, 465 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA), Museum of Science ( 1 Science Park, Boston, MA), New England Aquarium (1 Central Wharf, Boston, MA), Skywalk Observatory (Prudential Center, 800 Boylston Street, Boston, MA), and the Harvard Museum of Natural History (26 Oxford St., Cambridge, MA), or the Old State House (206 Washington St., Boston, MA). You can save 47% compared to combined regular box office prices. Order online or by phone, or buy at any of the participating sites.Yankee Magazine May, 2008Gung-ho museum-goers can save up to half on admission cost with this pass to the New England Aquarium, Skywalk Observatory, Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Science, and the Harvard Museum of Natural History or the Old State House. Available at all participating institutions.Yankee Magazine April, 2003
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