Skip The Line Like a Boss with CityPass – Houston

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Our family received complimentary CityPASS during the GoHouston! Travel Campaign hosted by New Creative Writing and Social Media Marketing. We could not have been more pleased to receive tickets to skip the line for some very popular Houston attractions.

City Pass Houston review

For those of us who enjoy the finer things in life, then you know saving time is high on our priority list. Saving time gives you more of an opportunity to accomplish goals and enjoy life. We celebrated the 4th of July in Houston. Of course, we wanted to explore some of its major attractions during our stay. However, waiting in long lines just is not my idea of fun. Especially in the Houston humid heat. Thank heavens we had our handy dandy CityPass to save the day.

With the Houston CityPass you are permitted entry into 5 of 7 available attractions within a nine (9) day period from first use. Here are the available attractions:

CityPASS gives you admission to 5 must-see Houston attractions

Space Center HoustonGeneral admission to the Official Visitors Center of NASA’s Johnson Space Center including NASA Tram Tour.
Downtown AquariumGeneral admission to Aquarium Adventure Exhibit that features 400 species of marine life.
Houston Museum of Natural ScienceExhibit halls general admission to one of the nation’s favorite natural science museums.
Houston ZooGeneral admission to all exhibits including the African Forest, a 6-acre exhibit featuring chimps, rhinos, giraffes, and more.
Kemah BoardwalkValid on all amusement rides (does not include Stingray and Boardwalk Beast).
The Children’s Museum of HoustonGeneral admission to all 14 hands-on exhibits designed especially for kids.
Museum of Fine Arts, HoustonGeneral admission to permanent collections that comprise nearly 60,000 works of art. Includes non-ticketed special exhibitions.

Courtesy CityPass Houston

Once you have your CityPass, you can use it for multiple purposes to enhance your experience:

  • Skip the line for most attractions
  • Savings should you choose to visit all seven (7) attractions
  • Some rides within the attractions are included or available at a lower rate
  • and more…

CityPass is available in many other cities:

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