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San Francisco CityPASS®: Save 44% at 4 Top Attractions

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San Francisco CityPASS®: Save 44% at 4 Top Attractions

From US$ 76 per person

See San Francisco’s top attractions, handpicked and packaged together at significant savings. Valid for 9 consecutive days from first use, the San Francisco CityPASS® lets you spend less & experience more.

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Covid-19 precautions
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Mobile ticketing
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Valid 9 days
from first activation
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Wheelchair accessible


  • Visit 4 Top San Francisco attractions with significant savings
  • Get instant delivery of mobile tickets
  • Enjoy attractions such as California Academy of Sciences and Blue & Gold Fleet San Francisco Bay Cruise
  • Choose admission to 2 of the Aquarium of the Bay, The Walt Disney Family Museum, San Francisco Zoo & Gardens, and Exploratorium
Full description
With so much to see and do in San Francisco, it is often difficult to know where to begin with your sightseeing schedule. Do not worry, because San Francisco CityPASS has collected the top attractions and priced them at 44% less than the same tickets purchased separately. San Francisco CityPASS provides admission into: 1. California Academy of Sciences - Climb into the canopy of a butterfly-filled four-story rainforest. Come face-to-face with a colony of penguins. Explore the outer limits of the universe in a 75-foot planetarium. Decompress in front of the deepest indoor coral reef on Earth. At the Academy, you’ll get to experience nearly 40,000 of the world’s most beautiful, unusual creatures—from the heart of Golden Gate Park. 2. Blue & Gold Fleet San Francisco Bay Cruise - Complete your visit to San Francisco with Blue & Gold Fleet’s one-hour Bay Cruise Adventure. Sail underneath the Golden Gate Bridge, around Alcatraz, and past Angel Island on this fully-narrated tour offering breathtaking views. 3. The Aquarium of the Bay OR The Walt Disney Family Museum Aquarium of the Bay - Meet local inhabitants of the San Francisco Bay and surrounding watersheds at Aquarium of the Bay, located at PIER 39 next to Fisherman’s Wharf. Experience the closest thing to being underwater when you walk through glass tunnels, with close-up views of local sharks, bat rays, Spiny Lumpsuckers and Garibaldis. Don’t know what some of those are? Go find out!  The Walt Disney Family Museum - Visit the Walt Disney Family Museum in the scenic San Francisco Presidio. Find animation, innovation and inspiration through interactive galleries featuring films, music, artifacts, and a spectacular model of Disneyland. Explore Walt’s remarkable life story, told through his own voice, family photographs, and personal collections. 4. The Exploratorium OR San Francisco Zoo & Gardens Exploratorium - Embrace the wild wonder at the intersection of science and art at the Exploratorium, the most experimental museum in the world. Tinker and play with more than 650 interactive exhibits and immerse yourself in San Francisco’s independent, innovative culture. San Francisco Zoo & Gardens - San Francisco Zoo & Gardens is home to more than 2000 exotic, endangered and rescued animals on 100 acres of majestic and peaceful gardens nestled against the Pacific Ocean. In addition to many animals, the Zoo offers entertainment for the whole family to enjoy, including the historic steam train and carousel and uniquely themed play zone area that will ignite the imagination of children of all ages.
  • California Academy of Sciences (General Admission)
  • Blue and Gold Fleet San Francisco Bay Cruise (1-hour cruise)
  • Your choice of admission to 2 of the following attractions: Aquarium of the Bay, The Walt Disney Family Museum, San Francisco Zoo & Gardens, Exploratorium (temporarily closed)
  • Transportation
  • Food and drink
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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Present your CityPASS mobile ticket at each attraction to be scanned for entry. Some attractions may require you to make advance timed reservations by phone or online as per instructions in the CityPASS Travel Guide link.

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Know before you go

  • Due to ongoing COVID-19 virus preventative measures, some attractions may be closed. Please check with individual attractions directly.
  • Some of the attractions may now require a timed entry. This may require you reserving your time with such attractions by phone or online in advance. Please review the CityPASS travel guide link provided on your ticket for details.
  • To make it easier for travelers, the San Francisco CityPASS is valid for 9 days from first use.
  • Unless otherwise noted, tickets are valid for one-time entry to attractions.
  • Ticket inclusions are subject to change.
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4.8 /5

based on 12 reviews

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Well especially the transport pass in fact

Good The essential transport pass in San Francisco and what a joy to take the Cable Car without counting. The Science Museum and the Exploratorium are especially interesting for children or if you are passionate about science with a perfect command of English. The Monterey aquarium is in my opinion just good (children can touch stingrays that's the little extra) but we have aquariums in France that are very well worth it. The cruise is fun, but the audio guide in French did not work. To summarize these PASS are very nice if you travel with children otherwise good but really nothing more.

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November 10, 2015

"If you're going to San Francisco..." get this pass!

The 9-Day CityPASS gives you admission to 4 unmissable attractions and unlimited public transport in San Francisco. The California Academy of Sciences is definitely the best of the attractions, but each of them are worth forking out for the inclusive pass. It means that you make sure to get around everything when you visit. I didn't manage to hop on the cable car because of the HUGE queues but I still enjoyed the trolleys running up and down Market Street. There's also discount vouchers included in the booklet for shopping which I used when at Macy's. Top tip: when you board the Blue & Gold Ferry, stand on the Port (left) side of the ship, as it travels along the coast northwards first, and standing on the other side you miss the views.

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January 11, 2015

Good choice

June 22, 2021

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