Go Orlando City Pass

What is the Go Orlando City Pass?

The Go Orlando City Pass offers travelers a hassle-free way to see some of Orlando’s best attractions. 

You can select from several of the city’s most well-liked attractions and activities when you purchase the pass, including the Kennedy Space Center, the Orlando Eye, and Legoland Florida.

Although it doesn’t include entry to Universal Studios Orlando, it is still a valuable purchase.

Compared to purchasing individual tickets, the City Pass offers substantial discounts.  You may save up to 50% on entry costs for each site. 

Also, the pass is good for nine consecutive days, allowing you to take your time and visit each attraction.

The Go Orlando City Pass is a convenient and time-saving choice for travelers because it allows you to skip the queues and get priority access to the attractions.

This ticket includes

  • Entrance to three, four or five attractions, depending on the option chosen
  • Digital guide for all attractions in English
  • 60 days validity so you can explore at your pace

Ticket price

Visitor TypeNumber of choiceTicket Price
Adult ticket (13 years and above)3 choices$81
Child ticket (3 to 12 years)3 choices$80
Adult ticket (13 years and above)4 choices$105
Child ticket (3 to 12 years)4 choices$103
Adult ticket (13 years and above)5 choices$121
Child ticket (3 to 12 years)5 choices$119
Infant ticket (upto 2 years)All choicesFree Entry

What does the Go Orlando City pass include?

The Go City Pass Orlando inclusions are Gatorland, Sea Life Orlando Aquarium, Madame Tussauds, Universal Studios, and more.

Take advantage of the Go City Orlando explorer pass, straightforward, contactless access to some of the city’s finest attractions. 

All you need to do to enter is scan your phone or the printed ticket. 

You can save up to 35% on gate charges with a pass that works 60 days after activation.

To help you make the most of your time in Orlando, the pass also includes a free handbook with maps, insider information, and details on the featured attractions.

How does the Orlando City pass work?

The Go City All-Inclusive Pass Orlando includes 25 popular attractions in Orlando and Miami.

Two, three, or five days are offered with the pass. Most all-inclusive passes do not allow you to spread those days over 2 weeks.

Get the pass online, then download the free Go City app to your smartphone. You can print it off if you’d rather have a paper copy.

Use your Go City Pass in Orlando, Florida, at the first attraction to activate it. After that, your pass will be valid for the rest of the day. 

Hence, if you use your pass on Monday at 11 am, the remainder of Monday counts as day 1.

You can use your pass on the following calendar day, which counts as day 2, and so on. Making the most of your pass means getting going early in the day.

If properly used, the Orlando All-Inclusive Pass can help you save time and money at the entrance to popular attractions.

Attractions on the Go Orlando City Pass

  • LEGOLAND Florida Resort
  • Gray Line Orlando: City of Orlando Tour
  • Kennedy Space Center
  • Island H2O Water Park – Weekday Admission
  • Madame Tussauds Orlando
  • Miami Seaquarium 
  • Hop-On Hop-Off Big Bus Miami Tour 
  • ZooTampa at Lowry Park
  • Fun Spot America Theme Park: 4 Ride Sampler
  • Gatorland: The Alligator Capital of the World
  • SEA LIFE Aquarium Orlando
  • Boggy Creek Airboat Tour
  • Daytona Speedway All Access Track Tour 
  • Sawgrass Recreation Park Everglade Airboat Adventures
  • WonderWorks All-Access Pass
  • The Wheel at ICON Park
  • The Outta Control Magic Comedy Dinner Show
  • TITANIC: The Artifact Exhibition
  • Congo River Adventure Golf
  • Winter Park Scenic Boat Tour
  • American Police Hall of Fame
  • Lion Country Safari
  • Duck Tours South Beach
  • Island Queen Millionaire’s Row Sightseeing Cruise
  • Ft. Lauderdale Glass Bottom Boat and Snorkeling Trip
  • Gator Park Airboat Tour
  • Gray Line Miami: Everglades Airboat Adventures
  • Ferris Wheel and Meal at Old Town USA
  • Clearwater Marine Aquarium

Featured Image: UniversalOrlando.com

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