- San Francisco Explorer Pass with admission to Bay Area attractions
- Choose four activities from 20 choices including the de Young Museum, Exploratorium and Aquarium of the Bay
- Visit the attractions at your own pace; card is valid for 30 days after first use
- Receive a complimentary pocket guidebook and discount offers for local restaurants and shops
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
Explore the San Francisco Bay Area on your own without being rushed with this discount pass to four major San Francisco sights of your choice. Ideal for tourists and locals alike!
What You Can Expect
Choose from 20 top area sights and activities including the Golden Gate Bay Cruise by Red and White Fleet, the California Academy of Sciences, the Exploratorium, a tour of AT&T Park and a whale-watching cruise in Monterey (see Itinerary for full list of attractions). Your pass saves you money and time while allowing you the flexibility to see your chosen sights at your own pace.
Your Explorer Pass to all things San Francisco includes a handy pocket guidebook and discount offers to a variety of local restaurants and shops. Convenient and economical, this pass makes exploring the best of San Francisco a breeze, whether you're a visitor or a resident.
1-day Muni Passport including Cable Cars
Angel Island Ferry – Blue and Gold Fleet
Aquarium of the Bay
Asian Art Museum
AT&T Ballpark tour
Bay City Bike rental
Bridge 2 Bridge Cruise – Red and White Fleet
California Academy of Sciences
California’s Great America
Escape from the Rock Cruise – Blue and Gold Fleet
Go Car 1-Hour Rental
Golden Gate Bay Cruise – Red and White Fleet
Hop-on/off sightseeing tour
Madame Tussauds Wax Museum
Ride the Ducks
Ripley's Believe It Or Not!
San Francisco Dungeon
Whale-watching in Monterey
Super choices and fun activities to choose from. Good value.
Decide what you want to do before buying the ticket. A lot of the places we weren't interested in. But we found four that we did like the look of. Check as some of the attractions offered have "free" days anyway .
Yes it did save money , but didn't allow front of the queue . So compared to the New York city pass it wasn't quite as good.
We would promote the academy of science , really worth the visit .