Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Chicago CityPass. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
excellent purchase, value for money is worth of. the booklet entitle to tickets discount to attractions eventually not visited with the coupon "either/or" (i.e. Adler planetarium OR Art Institute of Chicago, etc...) and other discount to commercial shopping brands
Me, my girl and a buddy of yours got a city pass each. We were there for only a few days but we found this worth it. No line waiting, and we finished the Willis Tower, Skydeck, Art Museum and Hancock Observatory in 2 days!! Worth it to me.. I wish they included the Arch Boat Tour, then it would've been killer. But I ended up buying that elsewhere online.
Perfect for anyone who is visiting Chicago on the weekend. What a great way to see the city. A lot of attractions you are fast tracked to the front, no waiting.
We were able to go to a lot of places and see a lot of interesting things. The Chicago Pass allowed us quicker entry into most of the places we went. I would get it again.
I took my two teenage granddaughters to Chicago and we were abel to fit in 4 of the 5 sites covered by the Chicago City Pass. We had a wonderful time and we were always treated prompty and courteously, your Pass Booklet is a terrrific deal and I recommend it anyone who wants to see these attractions while in your beautiful city.
I totally enjoyed my trip to downtown Chicago. Chicago City pass is just amazing. It saves precious time standing in long queues especially during weekends and $70 is a good deal for 5 must see places, while you would spend mcuh more if you would opt to see them individually.
Everything was OK, I bought my city pass, for me and other three people, almost one month in advance of mi trip to Chicago; however, It could be possible to buy it directly in any of the attractions covered by the pass. The city pass lets us enter in all the attractions without making lines, because, there is a special line in each of the attractions. Our experience in the JH building was very good. I think that the view of JH is better than Skydeck's even though JH is a little bit smaller. If you are planning to travel to Chicago, please reserve one day for each attraction to have a better experience.
Makes your dollar travel far...real far...and you can't beat skipping the lines, what a time-saver! We would definitely take CityPASS again for our next visits...
Well worth the price. The skip the line at the Sky Deck was great! Took us 10 minutes to get up when the line had a 2 hour wait.
Great deal for a great price! We skipped waiting in lines and saved on ticket costs.
Well worth the money. Be smart and don't try to do too much at once. The Shedd and the Planetarium can be accomplished in one day, but the Field will take a day by itself as will the Museum of Science and Industry. Be prepared for a big line-up coming down from the Willis Sears Tower..City Pass allows you to skip the line going up but not coming down.