SF City Passes – Enjoy The City, Skip The Lineups & Save Money

A great way to save money on your vacation is to get an SF city pass before you leave home. With your pass in hand you'll be able to see the sights, visit the museums, and ride on the MUNI for free!

The nice thing about San Francisco is that there are a couple of really good SF city passes to choose from. So, you can pick the one that best suits your needs. You can opt for the pass that includes all the museums you'd every want to visit. Perhaps you're more interested in visiting the neighborhoods of San Francisco? In that case, choose the car that gives you unlimited transportation on buses, trolleys, and cable cars. Our reviews should help you make the best decision

San Francisco CityPASS

San Francisco CityPASS

One of the greatest benefits of having a pass is that you get to skip the ticket lines, and the San Francisco CityPASS is no exception!

It also includes admission to the best museum attractions — including the California Academy of Sciences — gives you unlimited rides on all public transportation, and takes you on a cruise around the bay.

GO San Francisco Card

GO San Francisco Card

We call the GO San Francisco Card "One Pass To Rule Them All".

That's because it includes entrance to 26 major attractions in San Francisco and the Bay Area — cruises, museums, hop-on bus passes, you name it.

If that's too much for you, don't worry. The GO Card people will let you build your own card, with savings on every attraction you choose. Or, simpler yet, opt for the Family Fun Pass or the SF Museum Pass.

Pier 39 San Francisco Attractions Pass

Pier 39 San Francisco Attractions Pass

This is an SF city pass specifically geared to attractions at or near Pier 39 and Fisherman's Wharf.

It includes bay cruises that originate on Pier 39, admission to the world-famous Aquarium of the Bay, a 2-day hop-on bus pass, and more.

This is a good choice for families with children who plan on spending time on the waterfront.

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