The Sightseeing Pass

777 8th Avenue, New York, NY 10036 Directions
Today 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM All Hours

Offers (2)


Report | 7 months ago
Waste of money
Report | 9 months ago
No one would take it. Total WASTE of money.
Report | 10 months ago
Not able to use it, with COVID restrictions in place
Report | 10 months ago
I couldn’t use the pass, and their customer service was 0% helpful. Complete waste of $
Report | 10 months ago
I couldn’t use it because I didn’t receive the barcode
Report | a year ago
It stated an attraction discount pass, what I got was discounts to gift shops or restaurants, found in any free coupon book in the area, not one attraction was on their list, requested a refund, received no response
Report | a year ago
Pass paid for but never received….1 phone call….4 emails later….still no passes….I want my money back
Report | a year ago
Could not use! Will not buy again...never received QR code for use!
Report | a year ago
Says you can have free access to Wonderworks but we found out you have to buy their flex pass which is another $60. Very disappointing
Report | a year ago
I was a little leery of this deal at first, but after reading the reviews and comparing the list prices of the various activities on each vendor's web site to ensure it really was a cost-saver, I decided to give it a try. We bought 2 adult passes and 2 kid passes for 3 activities: helicopter ride, Wild Florida air boat ride, and Wild Florida drive-through safari. Our first stop was the helicopter ride with MaxFlight Helicopter Services. I called to schedule our flight so I could tell them it was through the Sightseeing Pass, although I could see their availability on their web site before calling if I clicked on the "Book a Tour" button (I waited to book this until the day before to ensure we had a nice, clear day - no issue with last-minute availability). As expected, they did try to upsell us to their longer flights, but we were good with the short 8-minute flight since it was more just for our kids to have the experience of being in a helicopter more than the sight-seeing. We did get a little glimpse of the Epcot ball, a field of cows, and Old Town/Fun Spot. The helicopters were tiny - they could only fit 3 passengers, so we split into 2 flights (one adult and 1 kid in each flight). They did take care to only redeem 1 of the 3 activities on the our Groupon printout. Cool experience and friendly staff. Later in the week, went to Wild Florida. I had called a couple weeks earlier to book our airboat tour, but we didn't have to schedule a time for the safari. The morning of our tour, we ended up missing our exit and had to drive an extra 40 minutes to circle back since the exits are so far apart in this area (ugh!), so we were going to be late for our airboat ride. Thankfully, I called and was able to reschedule for later that afternoon without issue. Although you pass the entrance to the drive-through safari first, you have to go to their main building down the road to redeem the passes for wristbands. They had no issue redeeming the passes for our remaining 2 tours. Then we drove back to the safari - lots of animals to see! At the end, we parked and walked over to the giraffe feeding stand where you could buy a couple lettuce leaves for $5 and feed them for some great photos (but not touch them). The pass included walking around their animal exhibits too (basically a small zoo), so we did that until it was time for our airboat ride after grabbing some lunch at their take-out window (nothing special about lunch, although the pulled pork was tasty - it was nice to sit in the air conditioned activity room though). There was an aviary where you could feed friendly birds and a little petting zoo where my daughter fell in love with some baby goats. Then we took our airboat ride on a boat along with another family of 8 people. The 30 minutes was sufficient - got to see a couple gators and a bald eagle (we brought binoculars so we were able to get a good look at it). After the boat ride, we walked around the exhibits some more and watched the alligator feeding show where the gators jumped several feet into the air to grab chicken legs hanging from a clothesline - that was amusing. All in all, a fun day.

About this Business

The Sightseeing Pass is an attraction pass that allows customers to create their own sightseeing tour with an unlimited admission to the popular landmarks. Whether it's a trip to New York, Washington DC, Puerto Rico, South Florida, or San Francisco, customers can simply purchase the pass online and keep it on their phone or buy it in person and receive a card. Once they choose what they want to explore and, when it comes to bus tours, when they want to hop off the bus, they are free to leave at any of the 16 designated stops and wander into the unknown.

There's so much to see in the Golden Gate city, it's hard to hit all the right spots. Fortunately, the folks at SightSeeing Pass San Francisco make this task a little easier. Their easy-to-use card grants bearers access to some of the city's most famous tourist attractions and cultural institutions, as well as discounts at surrounding restaurants and shops.

  • Attractions: The pass's chief draw is the access it grants to some of the city's most iconic locations. Popular stops include the Aquarium of the Bay, Madame Tussauds San Francisco and the outstanding view of the Legion of Honor.
  • Museums: San Francisco's museums are world-class, and yours to explore with SightSeeing Pass San Francisco. While away some culture-filled hours at institutions such as the Asian Art Museum and the de Young Museum, or expand your worldview at the USS Hornet Sea, Air, & Space Museum.
  • Tours: Your pass also entitled you to access of the city's many tours, which range from the bus jaunts around the city to bicycle tours of Fisherman's Wharf and Union Square, to several walking tours such as the Chinatown & North Beach Tour, and more.

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