Why You Need a Chicago City Pass


If you are planning a trip to Chicago, there's probably tons of sights you want to see and things you want to do. But with so many great attractions in Chicago, how do you afford to do even the top five on your list? One great way to saveChicago City Pass some money on the best attractions Chicago has to offer is with a Chicago City Pass.

At $69 for adults and $59 for children, a family of four can save $242 on admission to the best places to visit in Chicago. Based on the current admission prices of each attraction, at these prices the Chicago City Pass pays itself off after three visits. So what can you see?

The Shedd Aquarium

One of the best aquariums in the country, the pass gives you special VIP access to these galleries: Amazon Rising, Wild Reef, Oceanarium, and Polar Play Zone. You also get to chooseyour own4-D experience.

The Adler Planetarium

When you're ready to gaze at the stars and learn more about them at the same time, the Adler Planetarium is where you want to be. With admission to two planetarium shows included on your pass, this is actually a two-for-one attraction.

Chicago City PassThe Field Museum

With permanent exhibits about Africa, Animal Biology and even the Lions of Tsavo, you could spend all day at this neat museum and still not see all it haves to offer. And best of all, with the Chicago City Pass you get admission to it all, plus admission to the Underground Adventure.

Museum of Science and Industry

The scientific version of The Field Museum, you could spend an entire day here too. But that'sbecause it's the largest science museum in the western hemisphere.Admission is included, and of course you get to see an Omnimax Show!

An Option Ticket

Choose your final attraction in Chicago - The Skydeck Chicago, or The John Hancock Observatory. Both come with fun extra perks, just like the other four attractions. Which one is on your "Must See Chicago" list? If they both are, then add the more expensive of the two to your Chicago City Pass, and visit the cheaper one on your own money.

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