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Philadelphia CityPass Discount Card
Famous Attractions - One Amazing Price
The Philadelphia CityPass is a hand-picked collection of Philadelphia's most popular and most famous attractions, priced a whopping 44% less than the cost of tickets when purchased individually.
Includes prepaid admission to The Franklin Institute, Philadelphia Trolley Works & Big Bus Company, Adventure Aquarium, a choice between Philadelphia Zoo OR National Constitution Center; and a choice between the Eastern State Penitentiary OR Please Touch Museum. See more and avoid most ticket lines. CityPASS is good for nine days, beginning with the first day of use — perfect for a weekend getaway or a longer vacation.
How it Works:
Your Eticket can be exchanged for your CityPass booklet at any of the listed attractions listed below. Details will be provided on your E-ticket. Booklets provide you with attraction information, transportation directions, best times to visit, a map, and expert advice on where to find distinctive Philadelphia tastes, goods, and off-beat places from the experts at National Geographic Traveler magazine. Philadelphia CityPass is your guide to Philadelphia.
There are no refunds. All sales are final.
Change Fee Policy: If changes are allowed on a tour or activity, a $20.00 per reservation change fee will be applied for any change to a reservation. Please note that some tours and activities do not allow any changes. Date changes can be made only if we can confirm availability on the new date. While we cannot guarantee any changes can be made, all change requests must be submitted a minimum of 24 hours prior to the tour departure and must be handled on an individual basis through our Reservations Center.
The Philadelphia CityPASS® program covers admission to the best five attractions and prices them 46% less than the same tickets purchased separately. Plus, CityPASS ticket holders skip most main-entrance ticket lines.
Each CityPASS ticket book includes helpful information, including insider tips, a map, attraction and transportation details, directions, and money-saving coupons. Books are valid for nine consecutive days, beginning with the first day of use.
Philadelphia CityPASS ticket books include:
Option Ticket 1: Philadelphia Zoo OR National Constitution Center
Option Ticket 2: Eastern State Penitentiary OR Please Touch Museum
The Philadelphia CityPASS® program saves visitors 46% off the combined regular admission prices at the participating attractions.
Philadelphia CityPASS ticket books are valid for nine consecutive days, beginning with the first day of use. Because CityPASS® programs focus on the top attractions, you can easily visit over a weekend — without feeling rushed. If you’re planning more than a weekend visit, Philadelphia CityPASS ticket books allow you to see all the top sites and still have plenty of time left to shop, dine, take in shows and explore on your own.
CityPASS vouchers can be redeemed for ticket books at the first attraction visited. Visitors simply present their voucher and receive a CityPASS ticket book.
You choose which of the two attractions you prefer to visit. You do not need to decide at the time of purchase which of the two attractions you want to visit.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does using CityPass mean I never wait in lines?
You'll be happy to know you'll avoid most long lines of people waiting to buy their tickets. Many attractions display the CityPass logo at a membership desk or separate entrance, giving CityPass ticket holders immediate admission. Look at the bottom left corner of each ticket to learn where to take your CityPass. Common sense and simple courtesy are good to have if there are other CityPass ticket holders in front of you at an attraction, or if there are other procedures. Cruises, for example, have boarding protocols. At the Empire State Building, you'll breeze past the main ticket lines, then wait with everyone else to step into an elevator for the ride to the observatory level. Some museums and theme parks have a single gate, but streamline their process so any delay is relatively painless. Keep your sunny side up on the rare occasions you may have to wait a bit.
Are special exhibits or exhibitions included in my CityPass admission?
It varies. Read the attraction information on the CityPass ticket, or contact the attraction directly to verify fees to upgrade or purchase admission to a special or temporary exhibit.
What if I want to substitute or subtract an attraction?
The beauty of each CityPass booklet is that you are purchasing a collection of carefully selected attraction tickets, designed to appeal to an inquisitive traveler. Those who have more narrowly defined interests may want to map their own attraction list, and use CityPass on another occasion. Keep in mind that you may still save money using CityPass even if you are unable to use all the tickets included.
What if my CityPass is lost or stolen?
Think of a CityPass booklet like cash in your pocket. Because there is no name or personal identification on a CityPass booklet, if your booklet is lost or stolen, no refund or replacement is available.
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