Thursday, January 19, 2017

Fun Freetime: Go Los Angeles Card

Since no two travelers are the same, the Go Los Angeles Card offers tourists the opportunity to customize their own LA experience — and save up to 55% off the cost of individual attraction entry in the process.

With the purchase of a single pass, travelers can sightsee the way they prefer, choose the attractions and tours they want to experience, and get an up-close view of La-La Land in a variety of ways.

Now that award season is here, all eyes are on Hollywood, and for those who are mesmerized by movie making and the glitz and glamor of celebrities, the Go Los Angeles Card offers 8+ ways to get up close and personal including a Hollywood Movie Star Homes Tour*, Malibu Celebrity Homes Tour, and Madame Tussauds Hollywood visit as well as a variety of studio tours including the Warner Bros. Studio Tour, Sony Pictures Studio Tour, and Universal Studios Hollywood.

Southern California is noted for its theme parks and travelers can opt for Six Flags Magic Mountain, Knott's Berry Farm, Legoland® California, Knott's Soak City Water Park, and, of course, Universal Studios Hollywood as previously mentioned above.

With such great weather, the Golden State is noted for its outdoor activities and marine life and travelers can take advantage of this with a variety of fun attractions involving nature including visits to the Aquarium of the Pacific, Harbor Cruise & Whale Watch by Harbor Breeze, Santa Monica Pier Aquarium, LA Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, Perry's Beach Cafe and Rentals - Mountain Bike or Roller-Skates, and Harbor Cruise or Whale Watch in Long Beach. There's also the amazing OUE Skyspace LA for a 360-degree view of the City of Angels and the picturesque Huntington Library and Gardens.

Travelers who want to visit museums or have a bit more of an educational experience will want to see the Hollywood Museum, Queen Mary, California Science Center IMAX, GRAMMY Museum, La Brea Tar Pits and Museum, Natural History Museum, Battleship IOWA Museum, and Guided Tour of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum**.

While the kids will be all about the theme parks, whale watching, and the outdoor attractions, other fun activities for the younger set include Pacific Park - Santa Monica Pier and K1 Speed Indoor Karting.

The Go Los Angeles Card is available in two formats:
  1. All-Inclusive Pass enables travelers to enjoy all you can do for one low price. Choose as you go from 31 top attractions in 1, 2, 3, 5, or 7-day passes.
  2. Build Your Own Pass enables travelers to see what they want to see by selecting from 31 attractions including museums, tours, cruises, and more while saving up to 20%.
For additional information on the Go Los Angeles Card, visit

About Go City Card
Go City Card, a division of Smart Destinations, sells multi-attraction passes to 13 of the most popular tourist destinations in the U.S. and abroad including Boston, Chicago, Las Vegas, London, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Oahu, Orlando, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, and Washington, DC.

Go City Cards can be purchased online and instantly delivered to a traveler's smart phone or they can be bought at brick and mortar outlets within a city upon arrival. Travelers choose from different types of passes to fit their needs including an all-inclusive pass which provides carte blanche to visit any of that city's included attractions or a "Build Your Own" which enables a traveler to create their own itinerary. Depending upon the pass selected, travelers can realize a savings of up to 55% less than paying at the gate. All passes come with valuable extras including the ability to skip the line at select attractions and comprehensive guidebooks that offer insider tips and bonus discounts on shopping and dining.

For additional information, visit

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