Go Los Angeles Card
If you want to save big and you have some time in and around LA or if you are a resident, the
Go Los Angeles card
can save you hundreds of dollars on many Los Angeles attractions.
How Does It Work?
You can buy a 1, 2, 3, 5, or 7 day pass. However many days you buy, you fill them up with visits to the 40 attractions the Go card covers. You have 2 weeks to use up your “purchased” days. So for example, if you buy a 3 day pass, once you start your first day the clock starts ticking and you have 2 weeks to complete the 3 days of attractions. Simply hand the card at the attraction's gate, get it swiped and your in!
Make sure you hang on to your card though!
3 Ways to Buy You Go Los Angeles Card
Important-You can't buy your card at the attractions themselves!
Buy online and wait for it to arrive in the mail. (around 10 days shipping)
Buy online and use the voucher to pick up your card at one of two pickup stations in LA.
Buy at one of 4 purchase locations.(prices may not be the same as online pricing so buying online is your best bet.)
Along with your card you receive a guide book with a breakdown of all the attractions, along with their opening times, locations and more...
This card pretty much covers every major attraction except for Disneyland and California Adventure.
Included with 3,5 and 7 day cards is free admission to Universal Studios for 3 days out of your 14 days.
- Starline Tours: Hollywood Trolley Tour
- Kodak Theatre Guided Tour
- Warner Bros. Studio VIP Tour
- Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier
- Los Angeles City and Movie Stars Homes Tour
- Paramount Pictures Studio Tour
- Six Flags Magic Mountain
- LEGOLAND California
- Knotts Berry Farm
- Aquarium of the Pacific
- Autry National Center Museum of the American West
- Belmont Park
- Cabrillo Marine Aquarium
- California Heritage Museum
- California Science Center
- Discovery Science Center
- Guinness World Records Museum
- Hammer Museum
- Harbor Excursions: North and South Bay Tours
- Harbor Excursions: Whale Watch
- Heritage Square Museum
- Hollywood Museum
- Hollywood Wax Museum
- Japanese American National Museum
- K1 Speed Indoor Karting
- Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens
- MOCA Grand Avenue
- Museum of Tolerance
- Petersen Automotive Museum
- Queen Mary
- Red Line Hollywood Behind-the-Scenes Tour
- Santa Monica Historical Society Museum
- Santa Monica Pier Aquarium
- Skirball Cultural Center
- Sony Pictures Studios Tour
- Spirit Cruises: Long Beach
- Spirit Cruises: San Pedro
- Spirit Cruises: Super Circle Cruise
- Spirit Cruises: Whale Watch
- Spokes N Stuff Rentals
- Spokes N Stuff Rentals Griffith Park
- The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
- Wild Rivers Waterpark
- Zimmer Childrens Museum
Six Flags, Legoland, Universal Studios and Knott's Berry Farm all cost over 50$ per adult ticket. So if you plan well with your 3, 5 or 7 day Go Los Angeles cards you can save a ton.
The price is a bit too steep for the 1 and 2 day cards and isn't really worth it in my opinion. Basically the more attractions you can manage to see on the card the better.
Wake up early and get to your chosen first attraction right when they open to maximize your days.
Also make sure you know where the various attractions are located so you're not needlessly crisscrossing all of LA!
Here's a link to the Go Los Angeles website where you can buy the card.
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