Best Way To See Atlanta: Try CityPASS
When traveling to Atlanta for the Super Bowl, there are a variety of ways to see the city. During busy weekends standing in lines can be taxing and parking can be stressful, but there is one option which can eliminate some of the struggles of moving comfortably around the city to area attractions, the CityPASS.
In recent years CityPASS has become a known vehicle for navigating some of the top cities in the US. Packaging attractions under a single price point, the CityPASS is an affordable way to get the most out of any trip to a participating city. Cities include: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, New York City, Orlando, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, Southern California, Tampa Bay and Toronto.
Atlanta packs a lot of bang for buck into this single pass. With almost a $200 value retailed at only $76 for adults or $61 for children the CityPASS seems to hit all the major points of interest around the city including the World of Coca-Cola, Georgia Aquarium, CNN Studio Tours, Zoo Atlanta, National Civil and Human Rights Museum, Fernbank Museum of Natural History and the College Football Hall of Fame.
Passes can be purchased online or in person at several locations. For those hoping to beat the crowds of busy weekends, like that of Super Bowl, I would suggest online purchase (CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE).
Mobile versions of vouchers are available as well as standard print copies, either of which can be redeemed for entrance into 5 of these top Atlanta attractions. In addition, vouchers include additional discounts which can be redeemed on attractions, transportation and other items of interest.
Each voucher includes a few pieces of pertinent information which you will find helpful including basic directions to the location, points of interest at each location, tips for time of day best to visit and dining suggestions while visiting. These vouchers can be used anytime within 9 days of purchase allowing plenty of time to see all the sights you desire to check out. Voucher booklets also include a basic map of the area to make for more simplistic navigation.
Express entry, still does limit entry to special events held at venues, so make sure you always check scheduling during weekends like Super Bowl before planning your visit using CityPASS.