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San Francisco Attraction Passes
A San Francisco attraction pass can save you both money and time waiting in lines. Cut your vacation expenses by planning in advance.
Multi-attraction passes provide both convenience and savings. There are several to choose from so you can find the perfect package. Individual attraction tickets provide convenient discounted access to popular attractions.
Products like the Go San Francisco Card and San Francisco City Pass are provided by national organizations with similar products for other cities. Attractions, tours and other discounts are included along with guide books to help you plan your vacation.
Spend your vacation in San Francisco having fun, not standing in line to buy tickets.
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Go San Francisco Card
The Go San Francisco Card is your pre-paid ticket to San Francisco's best museums, tours, and attractions.
Go San Francisco Card includes 9 excursions & tours including Bay Cruise, Wine Country Tour, AT&T Baseball Park Tour, the Exploratorium, Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, 18 museums including the Wax Museum at Fisherman's Wharf, SFMOMA, de Young Museum, Legion of Honor, Asian Art Museum, plus Aquarium of the Bay, Conservatory of Flowers, Historic Ships—SS Jeremiah O'Brien and USS Hornet, the Haas Lilienthal House (Queen Anne-style Victorian) plus 8 wine tasting options in Napa Valley, Sonoma and Sausalito.
Also included with the Go San Francisco Card are deals and saving on shopping and eating and a 125 page pocket size guidebook with maps.
Go San Francisco Card (1, 2, 3, 5 or 7 day multi-attraction pass, save up to 55% off regular admission)
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San Francisco City Pass Attraction Booklet
Save on San Francisco's most popular attractions plus a 7 day Unlimited Cable Car and Muni transportation pass. You'll have a leisurly 9 days from first use to visit each of the following:
Blue & Gold Fleet Bay Cruise, Aquarium of the Bay, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), the Exploratorium, the Legion of Honor/de Young Museum and the California Academy of Sciences.
CityPass ticket books include hours of operation, transportation information and insiders tips.
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Aquarium of the Bay at Pier 39
Aquarium of the Bay features more than 20,000 aquatic animals in a 50,000 square foot facility with interactive exhibits where you can touch sharks, rays and sea stars.
Under the Bay—take a moving walkway through two crystal clear tunnels beneth San Francisco Bay for both near-shore and deeper bay marine live environments.
Discover the Bay—explore the ecosystems that support a wide variety of marine life in eight displays featuring ofer a thousand aquatic animals.
Aquarium of the Bay (Go under the bay at Pier 39 to view 20,000+ aquatic animals)
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California Academy of Sciences
The recently reopened and completly renovated California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park has recently been featured in many major magazines and newspapers for its sustainable architure and green (environmentaly concious) design.
You can easily spend a day at one of the largest museums of natural history in the world with its coral reef, rainforest, planetarium, aquarium and living roof exhibit. While here you can view 40,000 animals from Anaconda to Octopuses, Piranhas and Borneo fruit bats.
Multimedia displays, interactive gaming, T Rex skeleton, 87-foot Blue Whale and astronomy shows in the planetarium are just a few of many things to see and do.
California Academy of Science (All day admission)
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