CityPASS has always been one of the best ways to stretch your travel budget. Now it’s also the best way to stretch the time you have to visit top local attractions, including the Denver Botanical Gardens and the Denver Art Museum, which is currently hosting the powerful Norman Rockwell: Imagining Freedom exhibit (on display through Sept. 7, 2020).
For those who are ready to start traveling but don’t want to venture too far from home, CityPASS has extended to a full 30 days (up from 7) the validity period for Denver CityPASS admission tickets. Now you can visit some of Denver’s hottest fun spots at up to 38% off what you would pay if you bought tickets individually. Denver staycation, anyone?
Denver CityPASS tickets are flexible, allowing visitors to choose any three, four or five attractions from a list of eight options. Costs vary, depending on the number of admissions selected. The ticket is delivered directly to the purchaser’s email, which can be saved to their smartphone and easily scanned at each attraction.
Designed to be both flexible and customizable, the tickets do NOT require the buyer to pre-select the attractions that will be visited; users are free to choose as they go.
The list of attraction options includes:
Children’s Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus (Temporarily unavailable due to COVID restrictions)
History Colorado Center
Some attractions now require advance reservations for guests. For information on how to make reservations, visit the Denver Travel Guide page on the CityPASS website. You’ll also find attraction hours of operation, exhibit highlights and tips.
The new extended 30-day validity is valid on all Denver CityPASS tickets activated (first used) between now and Feb. 28, 2021.
Pricing for Denver CityPASS tickets is based on the number of attractions you choose:
C3 (visit any three attractions): $42, adults; $32, children (ages 3-11)
C4 (visit any four attractions): $52, adults; $42, children (ages 3-11)
C5 (visit any five attractions): $59, adults; $49, children (ages 3-11)