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Includes ALL of these Popular Attractions
Go Boston Card includes unlimited General Admission to EVERYTHING you see here. Visit as many as you like and even re-visit your favorites the next day.

Fun Stuff Bank to Top

  • New England Aquarium More than 70 exhibits with aquatic animals from around the globe transport you to a world of water.

  • Mapparium at the Mary Baker Eddy Library Walk through the center of the earth in the one-of-a-kind journey across time and space.

  • Franklin Park Zoo The zoo was founded in 1911, and today is home to more than 220 species of animals.

  • Samuel Adams Brewery How many opportunities do you get to learn about history and drink beer at the same time?

  • 5WITS 5WITS provides a fully immersive, walk-through adventure, using state-of-the-art special effects and mind-boggling riddles in a fantastic setting.

  • Six Flags New England and Hurricane Harbor (Seasonal)* Experience family fun and excitement, including the roller coaster ranked #1 on the planet.

  • Boston Common Frog Pond(Seasonal)* Continuous public skating provides enjoyment for thousands. Skate rentals included.

Museums Bank to Top

  • Museum of Fine Arts -- The MFA houses amazing works of European masters, as well as American heritage and contemporary art (free general admission).
  • Museum of Science -- With more than 600 exhibits, Boston’s Museum of Science has something for everyone (free general admission).
  • JFK Library and Museum -- The spectacular Kennedy Library is a must-see for anyone interested in the Kennedy's.
  • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum -- Experience one of the world’s most beautiful museums, with spectacular architecture and courtyard gardens.
  • Harvard Museum of Natural History -- One of Boston’s great treasures, the HMNH houses the world renowned Glass Flower exhibit.
  • Peabody Museum -- Step back in time, way back, at one of the oldest museums in the world devoted to anthropology.
  • Institute of Contemporary Art -- Experience the cutting edge of contemporary art of Picasso, Warhol, Rauschenberg and many others.
  • Boston Children's Museum -- Bring the whole family to one of Boston’s great treasures, and one of America’s top children’s museums.
  • Gibson House Museum -- Experience the world of restrained Victorian opulence at this beautifully restored 19th century residence.
  • USS Constitution Museum** -- Learn all about the amazing history of the world’s oldest commissioned warship still afloat.
  • MIT Museum -- Check out all the high tech gadgetry that has made MIT famous, including the world’s largest holograph exhibit.

Historic Sites Bank to Top

  • Paul Revere House -- Visit the small wooden home from which silversmith Paul Revere departed for his legendary ride into history.
  • Old South Meeting House Museum -- Stand on the spot where the colonists launched the Boston Tea Party and spurred the American Revolution.
  • Old State House Museum -- This is where the Declaration of Independence was first read to the people of Boston.
  • Harrison Gray Otis House Museum -- Step inside the elegant world of Boston’s governing class after the Revolution.
  • Nichols House Museum -- Get a glimpse of 19th and early 20th century life in a historic Beacon Hill townhouse.
  • Old North Church** -- View the steeple where two lanterns were hung, prompting Paul Revere’s famous ride and the start of the Revolution.
  • House of the Seven Gables Explore three centuries of architecture, maritime history, and the literary legacy of Nathaniel Hawthorne in historic Salem, Mass.

  • Salem Witch Museum Stage sets with life-size figures, lighting, and narration bring to life the hysteria of Salem’s 1692 witch trials.

  • Salem Heritage Walk Explore Salem's rich history on the Salem Heritage Walk. Tours are led by costumed interpreters who will guide you through Salem's history. Seasonal

  • Jenney Grist Mill, Plymouth At this working mill, visitors step back in time as a costumed miller tells the story of the Pilgrim's journey, and struggle to survive. Seasonal

  • Liberty Fleet Tall Ship Adventure Take the wheel, set the sails, fire the cannon, throw tea in the harbor, feast on sumptuous fare, or just sit back and enjoy the sights and beauty of Boston Harbor and Islands. Seasonal

  • Plimoth Plantation (Seasonal)* This living history museum and recreated ship Mayflower II give you a glimpse into the life of New England’s first European settlers.

Boston Tours Bank to Top

  • Seaport Express Water Taxi NEW When your feet are tired from all of that sightseeing, why not give the Seaport Express a try?

  • Fenway Park Tour Soak up the rich history, hear the echoes of the past, sit atop the fabled Green Monster, and stroll the grounds of Fenway Park.

  • 2-Day Beantown Trolley Tour Pass -- The big red trolley tour takes you all over town, with stops close to over 100 top sites.
  • Boston Duck Tours (Seasonal)* -- Join the “quacky” crowds on a fun-filled tour of Boston by land AND by sea. Open April through November. (same day reservations ONLY - arrive early for you best chance at getting on a tour)
  • Beantown Whale Watch (Seasonal)* -- Spend an unforgettable day with the amazing Humpback Whales, operated by Massachusetts Bay Lines. May 24 - June 20 Weekends only and daily June 21 - September 7

  • Boston Movie Tours (Seasonal)* Boston Movie Tours provides an entertaining experience by bringing movies and TV shows to life.

  • Theater-On-Wheels Movie Tour Seasonal* Climb aboard the movie-themed Theater-on-Wheels and experience Boston's movie magic.

  • Freedom Trail Walking Tour (Seasonal)* Walk into history with costumed historic characters who lead visitors along the red brick line of Boston’s Freedom Trail.

  • Boston Harbor Cruise's 45-minute Constitution Cruise (Seasonal)* History, stories, and more-–tour the waterfront and see Boston like no one else can.

  • Bay State Cruises Ferry to Provincetown (Seasonal)* Just getting to Cape Cod is half the fun on the PROVINCETOWN II, Boston's largest passenger cruise ship.

  • Charles River Boat Tours (Seasonal)* -- Enjoy the spectacular Boston and Cambridge skylines while cruising the beautiful Charles River. April - September
  • Historic Swan Boats (Seasonal)* -- Take part in a unique Boston tradition, riding aboard these elegant boats in the Public Garden Lagoon. Mid-April through Mid September

Excursions Bank to Top

  • Foxwoods Casino Tour -- Head down to the world’s largest luxury casino for the utmost in comfort, pleasure and excitement.
  • Wrentham Village Outlets shopping excursion -- This is sightseeing for serious shoppers, with the largest collection of name brand outlets in New England

  • Fall Foliage day tour (Seasonal)* -- Experience one of nature_s most amazing spectacles, the crisp air and the wonderful foods of autumn on this full day excursion.
  • Cape Cod day tour (Seasonal)* -- Your day at the Cape offers the essence of summer in New England, including a cruise of Hyannisport Harbor.
  • New England Seacoast Day Tour (Seasonal)* -- Explore the charming and rugged New England seacoast north of Boston, including a shopping stop in Kennebunkport.

Cape Cod & the Islands Bank to Top

  • Ferry to Martha's Vineyard Hop aboard Hy-Line’s traditional ferry to the Vineyard and enjoy all the charm and beauty that the island offers.

  • Ferry to Nantucket Take the two-hour cruise to discover the whaling history, elegant boutiques, and pristine beaches of Nantucket.

  • Sandwich Glass Museum View more than 5,000 glass pieces created in Sandwich during the 19th and 20th centuries as well as glassblowing demonstrations.

  • JFK Hyannis Museum The Museum is a multimedia exhibit designed to open a window on the days JFK spent on Cape Cod.

  • Cape Cod Museum of Natural History There are two floors of exhibits that include the Cape's ongoing coastal changes, an aquarium, an osprey cam, and more.

  • Cape Cod Museum of Art If you truly want to know the Cape, you can discover its heart and soul as envisioned by its artists at the Cape Cod Museum of Art.

  • Cape Cod Maritime Museum The Museum brings to life the unique and turbulent nautical heritage of the Cape through exciting, family-friendly exhibits.

  • Cape Cod Central Railroad (Seasonal)* Take the scenic ‘road’ around the Cape and leave the driving to us!

  • Heritage Museum and Gardens (Seasonal)* Enjoy acres of award-winning gardens, antique automobile and bicycle collections, carousel art, and much more.

  • Olde Barnstable Trolley Company (Seasonal)* Take a fully narrated tour through historic Barnstable County. Your ticket includes narration and same day shuttle service.

  • Cape Cod Canal Cruises (Seasonal)* This two-hour sightseeing cruise includes live commentary about the history and sights including Mass Maritime Academy, the Bourne Bridge, Vertical-Lift Railroad Bridge, Aptucxet Trading Post and Gray Gables.

  • Cape Cod Rail Trail Bike Rental (Seasonal)* The Rail Trail Bike Shop is your gateway to exploring Cape Cod the best way, on a bike!

  • Hyannisport Harbor Cruise* Live commentary offers you a wonderful way to get to know the local landmarks, popular beaches, and other points of interest. Seasonal

Lexington/Concord Bank to Top

  • Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House -- New England’s premiere contemporary art venue, the DeCordova is home to an amazing sculpture park and wonderful indoor galleries.

  • Liberty Ride - Lexington Sightseeing (Seasonal)* -- There’s no better way to experience historic Lexington and Concord than aboard the Liberty Ride. July 1 - October 13
  • Buckman Tavern (Seasonal)* -- Visit this historic landmark and see the hole left by a British musket ball from 1775. July 1 - October 13
  • Hancock Clarke House (Seasonal)* -- Visit the house where Paul Revere rode to warn John Hancock and Samuel Adams of the arrival of British troops. July 1 - October 13
  • Munroe Tavern (Seasonal)* -- Many places claim that “George Washington ate here,” but he definitely dined at Munroe Tavern in 1789. July 1 - October 13
  • Concord Museum -- See the actual “one if by land, two if by sea” lantern, plus many other artifacts from the American Revolution.
  • The Old Manse (Seasonal)* -- This beautiful old house preserves within its walls all amazing history it has witnessed. April 15 - October 31

Newport Bank to Top