Houston CityPass Adds New Attraction

CityPass offers easier and cheaper way to explore the city’s highlights By: Kelly Rosenfeld
CityPass holders will receive general admission to Space Center Houston including a NASA Tram Tour. // © 2013 Houston CityPass
CityPass holders will receive general admission to Space Center Houston including a NASA Tram Tour. // © 2013 Houston CityPass

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Launched in 2008, Houston CityPass offers a more affordable and convenient way to explore the city’s top attractions. The company has recently added an all-day ride pass for the Kemah Boardwalk as an option for pass-holders. The Kemah Boarwalk, located on Galveston Bay, is an entertainment complex packed with rides, midway games, restaurants and live entertainment.

Houston CityPass offers a savings of 46 percent off five must-see attractions in the city over a total of nine days. Pass-holders are even entitled to skip some ticket lines. The CityPass pocket-sized booklets include admission to Space Center Houston (complete with guided tram tour), the Downtown Aquarium, the Houston Museum of Natural Science, either the Houston Zoo or the Kemah Boardwalk and either the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston or the Children’s Museum of Houston.

The cost of the Houston CityPass is $46 for adults (representing a value of $84) and $36 for children ages 3-11 (a value of $64).

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