Miami Go Pass

by Daved Brosche on October 2, 2008

by Daved Brosche | October 2nd, 2008  

Many large cities throughout the United States have recently within the past couple of years begun selling city passes. These city passes are sold at an affordable rate and allow entrance to an average of 5-6 attractions in the city.

Miami, Florida is one city that recently began selling these passes, the Go Miami Card. Even better than other cities, Miami offers many choices from over 100 attractions. This pass is perfect for families vacationing to South Florida and Miami Beaches. Not only does the pass work for just Miami, but it can also be redeemed in many other major Floridian cities. However, the pass is only good for a short length of time which depends on your purchase options.

If you purchase a 3, 5 or 7 day pass a bonus is included. Choose between a tour of Key West, a 1 day car rental at no cost to you, or a Polynesian dinner Luau.

Our Favorite Miami Picks for the Pass

Gator Park Airboats – Take a ride on a airboat through the Everglades National Park where you get up close and personal with alligators and much more wildlife.

Jungle Queen Riverboat – A 3 hour cruise passed Millionaires Row. Offers up a relaxing afternoon for those who want to gawk at the amazing architecture and other sites Miami has to offer from the water.

Bar Hop Shuttle – This shuttle will take you to not one, but three of Miami’s greatest and most talked about parties in the famous South Beach. Must be 21 or older.

Miami Seaquarium – Visit with the dolphins and whales that call this aquarium home.

Coral Castle – A fascinating monument created with the love of a man. Learn the history of the giant castle made of only coral that took a man 25 years to build.

Schnebly Redland’s Winery – Tour the southernmost winery in the United States.

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens – A historic estate and village with relics of the past, art, and gardens open to the public to tour.

Lowe Art Museum – Together with the University of Miami the museum works to compel viewers through art and culture. The art displays international and cultural differences and appreciation.

Miami’s Children’s Museum – Children can explore exhibits and educational programs as they interact with their surroundings.

Our Favorite Orland Picks for the Pass

Wonderworks – Perfect for children and adults alike. This amusement park was built upside down and is the only one of its kind. An adventure for the mind!

Ripley’s Believe it or Not! Orlando Odditorium
– The name says it all. Visit this to see some truly unbelievable sites.

Cypress Gardens Adventure Park and Splash Island Waterpark – Great for kids and adults of all ages. Located in Winter Haven with an array of rides and waterslides.

There are slo plenty of other great family activities in Miami.

Or, if you are looking for some nightlife, check out these clubs in Miami.

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