We’ve done a complete round up of free summer events for kids and DFW Summer Staycation! This CityPass is a great resource for saving in Dallas and other cities. Basically, it’s a booklet of admission tickets to the best attractions in a single city. You’ll save up to 50% compared to combined regular box office prices!
And MyDFWMommy is giving away TWO Adult Passes! Just leave a comment below and a winner will be chosen on 5/27! Good luck!
What do you get?
Here’s what’s included in a Dallas CityPASS ( $46 Adults & $31 Kids):
1. Perot Museum of Nature and Science~ 3D Film and Museum General Admission, including any public programming on day of admission
2. Reunion Tower GeO-Deck~ General admission offering 360-degree views from the indoor and outdoor observation deck atop one of Dallas’ most iconic structures.
3. Dallas Zoo~ General admission to the 106-acre zoo OR the Sixth Floor Museum~ Includes audio tour and admission to the permanent exhibit and temporary exhibits on the seventh floor.
4. George W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum OR Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden~ General admission to the main garden.
Plus you’ll get additional coupons off city attractions.
Dallas CityPASS now has a mobile voucher available! You will just need to present your voucher on a smartphone or other mobile device at the first attraction you visit to receive their Dallas CityPASS ticket booklet. No need to worry about getting your CityPASS booklet mailed to you or printing the voucher off. This makes it even easier to purchase a Dallas CityPASS while traveling and use it right away.
Skip ticket lines: Save time with easy access at most attractions. Once you have your CityPASS booklet, skip the ticket line and head straight for the entrance.
Take your time: CityPASS booklets are valid for nine consecutive days beginning the day of first use. Visit the attractions in any order you wish.
Easy Purchase: Get all your attraction tickets in advance in one easy purchase. Buy now and choose delivery option during checkout: Email voucher or ship ticket booklets.