Los Angeles Zoo Reviews
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Los Angeles is just too big and traffic too slow to make this cost-effective, unless you limit your visits to one geographical area (Hollywood, downtown, Santa Monica) per day. We had a one day pass. I had planned a studio tour for the end of the day and left from Santa Monica with a little over an hour to get there, but traffic made that impossible and we missed the tour.
In all honesty, its hard to say if the card is worth it. we bought the three day card, most of the included things seemed to have restrictions placed on them (always had the option to "upgrade" to better things when checking in). Probably would not do the card again.
The card offers you a lot of attractions, but I took out 2 stars for the fact that it can only be used until 5:30 PM, and seing that most attraction begins around 10:00 AM, it does not give you enough time to do everything you would like, even if you plan ahead, especially knowing the kind of traffic that L.A has.
Overall: Good card, but should not have a time limit.
trip in general was great -avoid the Queen Mary--went back aand forth tryin g to get in---totally unorganized--not worth time--could not even see in many of the rooms--others attractions--Paramount tour,Madame Thres Wax were all terrific--every easy to pick up tickets at Farmers Market
The pass we had was for two days and we were unable to use the pass much for the issues of the time set (pass to end at 5:30 pm) and some places were closed without notice- we lost the use of the card for a complete day-due to the hours of card use allowed- this is not suitable for a tourist - I wouldn't want to lose that much money again!
Not too worth it to buy unless you are driving. Most of the places of interest needs to travel by car.
This is good but alot of places you can go is very far away from each other. I have bought a New York pass before and all the attraction are quite close to each other. Each place on the LA card are far.
We had the 7 day card and found it excellent value for money.
Great value! We purchased the 2 day Go Pass in LA and we really got our money's worth. We did the Kodak Theater tour, Red Lion Walking Tour, and the Hollywood Homes Tour on the first day. The second day we went to Santa Monica and used the bikes along the pier (very fun) and went on the Warner Brothers Tour in Burbank. Perfect weather and a wonderful vacation overall!
I was not aware that I had to pick up in Beverly Hills though this company. You can buy them at almost any travel desk too (I learned later) so do that if you wish but don't buy through Viator unless you are in Beverly Hills area. I had to make a 4 hour round trip to get it.
It would be cheaper to just go to the attractions because unless you use it on all of the expensive attractions it is not worth the money. Very disappointed with this apparent deal and the money I wasted on it.
We got the one day card and it can be pretty tough to get to even 3 of the attractions. But it did pay for itself just to go to one of the theme parks. Just keep in mind that there are limited hours outside of the summer. We went in October and lots of things were closed Mon-Thurs.
The Go Los Angeles Card is worth the price of getting it. My family and I got the 7-day pass since we were going to be in the Los Angeles-Anaheim area for two weeks and we saved greatly on the price of admission to such places as Universal Studios, Starline Hollywood Tours, and Knotts Berry Farm. You won't be disappointed getting the Go Los Angeles Card!
Used the 5 day card - excellent value! Saw Kodak Theatre, Madame Tussauds, Double Decker city tour, Stars houses tour, Universal Studios and Warner Brothers. Missed Paramount studios because we didn't give enough notice.
Bought three days card and can only be used for 2 days. Universal studio was meant to be free trip but it wasn't in my case as i use it on day 2. According to tour operator anyone who purchase 3 or more days, they can make 3 free trips to Universal studio . i am not happy with it as it is inconvenient as i am unable to gain admission or use the card after travelling all the way there more than 1/2 an hour earlier and being told i have to pay extra more for reservation for Malibu movie star tour and cruises.. When u ring up to reserve , u r speakimg to voicemail and can't get through to customer service. My advice to other who have already purchased the card,. make sure u have make full use of the days bought before u make the trip to universal studio otherwise u will lose one or more days once they activate your card for universal studio.Don't buy this unless u know your way around.