The D.E.A.L.: Dining, Entertainment, Attractions & Lodging: 3 Days of Unlimited Cable Car, Streetcar and Muni Bus Rides are Just the Start
San Francisco packs a lot into its compact 49 square miles and so does the San Francisco CityPASS program–which saves travelers 45 percent off combined admission to five of San Francisco’s top attractions including a Cable Car and Muni Bus Passport, good for three consecutive days of unlimited rides on all Muni buses, vintage streetcars, and, of course, the city’s iconic cable cars. While other visitors are paying $7 for each one-way cable car ride, CityPASS holders can hop on and off as many times as they like.
Also included in each San Francisco CityPASS ticket booklet is prepaid admission to the California Academy of Sciences, a Blue & Gold Fleet Bay Cruise, the Aquarium of the Bay on San Francisco’s lively Pier 39, and an option ticket, allowing visitors to choose between the newly expanded and transformed San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (the $305 million expansion added nearly three times more gallery space) or the Exploratorium, an interactive laboratory/museum that encourages families to investigate the world through science, experimentation and art—where you can step inside a tornado, turn upside down in a giant curved mirror, walk on a fog bridge, and explore more than 650 hands-on exhibits
There’s even a second option ticket, where you can swap out the Blue & Gold Fleet Bay Cruise and have an Alcatraz Island Day Tour in your San Francisco CityPASS experience. This offer is only available by purchasing directly from Alcatraz Cruises and replaces the Blue & Gold ticket in the CityPASS booklet.
Each 2018 San Francisco CityPASS ticket booklet costs $89 for adults, $69 for children. Ticket booklets are valid for nine consecutive days, including the first day of use. For more info, visit www.citypass.com/san-francisco
This story originally appeared in the May/June issue of Exhibit City News, p. 84. For more pictures and original layout, visit https://issuu.com/exhibitcitynews/docs/may-jun_ecn2018