Having a large family has it’s ups and downs. One “down”? Spending way too much on attractions when you are traveling! I am always quick to keep an eye out for coupons, but sometimes they are hard to find! When we visited Houston last month, I was so thankful to see the CityPass was there to help!
A CityPass Book is the best way to save money on attractions, whether you are visiting because they are in your neighborhood or as part of your summer vacation. Each CityPass booklet allows you to visit up to 5 attractions, with a savings up to 50% off on each!
Attractions Included are:
- Space Center Houston
- Downtown Aquarium
- Houston Museum of Natural Science
- Houston Zoo or Kemah Boardwalk
- The Children’s Museum of Houston or Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
So far, on our trip to Houston, we used the CityPass to visit the Houston Zoo and the Space Center, which probably paid for the book right there. I am hoping to visit the Houston Children’s Museum, too, but since the CityPass book doesn’t expire for 9 days, I think we may get that in next weekend when we are back in the area! Each CityPass booklet for Houston is $39 for children and $49 for adults.
I love the fact that you can save time with easy access at most attractions. Once you have your CityPASS booklet, skip the ticket line and head straight for the entrance! It was very easy to redeem the tickets in the book vs tickets purchased at the attraction.