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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
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.
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!
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.
Lots to do with this card aswell- we definitely saved money on admission fees especially as the children wanted to go to Six Flags Magic Mountain, Universal and Knotts Berry Farm!
Recommend when it's on sale. The car is required since many places are far from each other. Also, plan your trip for each day of use.
with the card we enjoyed many things you were able to get into many attractions.could have added more and food and drink discounts were not good.overall a great expierance.saved alot.
Very good when you plan to do a lot of tours and go to a lot of museums. If you do more than two things, it's already worth the money!
Would recommend the Go LA card, however definitely plan your day activities beforehand, and start your day early! LA is the best and offers something for everyone. I reccommend researching activities in advance, plan, and pick what appeals to you. My only disappointment was the Queen Mary in Long Beach, which I found boring, especially compared to the other attractions. However, I must say that downtown Long Beach is awesome! Go for the 3 or more day card, which allows you to visit Universal 3 different times!
Excellent value for your money with all other 'GO' cards but we hadn't realized that Universal Studio's was not included in the 2-day card but was in the 3-day. So obviously we feel this was not quite as good value for money and probably wouldn't of bothered getting one if we had known.
The card was great! We went to see things that we may not have otherwise gone too and it was very economical.
It was nice to have the Go LA card and not worry about admission. We had a one day card and used it on Saturday. The only problem was that many places were closed on that day. In addition, there were a few that could be visited within the 6-7 hours of time we had - most museums, tours, attractions work limited number of hours for Go LA card. It is necessary to be very well organized and do everything in a day.
A bit disappointed wasn't aware the card expired at 5:30pm, so a one day pass is not even a full day.
Options on tour were okay. But be sure to note that even if the attraction is open after 5:30, the Go Card scan machine is shut off at that location so you can't use it anymore. Tried to use the card at Pacific Park at 6pm and couldn't because the card couldn't be validated. Very silly.