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April 3, 2019
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Save 42% or More with a San Francisco CityPASS Booklet

Save 42% or more off adult admission to four must-see San Francisco attractions and get around like a local with unlimited rides on trolleys, buses and the iconic cable cars for three consecutive days. San Francisco CityPASS gives you access to the most popular attractions with a multi-ticket booklet to explore the city on your own schedule.

Marvel at the California Academy of Sciences, Blue & Gold Fleet's Bay Cruise Adventure, Aquarium of the Bay, and Exploratorium OR San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA).


  • SFMOMA Joins the San Francisco CityPASS Program
    The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is now part of the San Francisco CityPASS lineup, offering guests using the attraction pass to take advantage of 42% or more savings on adult admission to key city attractions and a three-day muni pass.
  • CityPASS Offers Two Great Attractions at PIER 39
    CityPASS helps you make the most of your time at San Francisco's iconic waterfront shopping, dining, and entertainment attraction - PIER 39 - with access to both the Aquarium of the Bay and a bay cruise on Blue & Gold Fleet.
  • Navigating San Francisco is Easy with CityPASS
    Forget the stress of traffic jams, circling for spots or costly parking lots. San Francisco visitors can visit the city's sites using public transit and a San Francisco CityPASS. With unlimited rides for three days on the historic cable cars, CityPASS holders can reach all of the attractions using San Francisco's Muni system.
  • CityPASS Offers Flexibility with San Francisco C3 Option
    Save up to 32% on admission to your choice of 3 top attractions with San Francisco C3 tickets from CityPASS. Valid nine days including the first day of use. Cost: Adult, $69; Child ages 4-11, $54. Mobile tickets available exclusively at Additional attraction options include the Bay City Bike and Parkwide Bike Rentals, de Young Museum with Legion of Honor, and the Walt Disney Family Museum.


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