Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Celebrate Independence Day In Washington, DC With The Go City Card


 Heading to Washington, DC to celebrate Independence Day? If so, be sure to take along the Go Washington DC Card on your phone!

There are a lot of activities going on in our nation's capitol over the July 4th weekend, and if you are planning to be there to take it all in, the Go Washington DC Card is a great option for additional sightseeing and attraction entry because it saves you up to 35% versus buying entry at each attraction individually.

In addition to the valuable pass, Go City Card's brand-new mobile app helps you plan your sightseeing. Not only do you have your passes and the Go City Card guidebook on the app, but it provides info on how to best get to each attraction from where you are at, opening and closing times, and other key details you need to know all in one place.

Travelers can opt to purchase a 3- or 5-choice Explorer Pass or choose a Build Your Own Pass with those attractions they already know they want to see.

Depending upon which pass is selected, the Go Washington DC Card will get you into:
  • City Sights Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
  • International Spy Museum
  • National Geographic Museum
  • Madame Tussauds DC
  • Bike and Roll DC Bike Rentals
  • Newseum
  • George Washington's Mount Vernon
  • Washington Monuments Cruise by Potomac Riverboat Company 
  • Boating in DC
  • The Capital Wheel
  • Arlington Cemetery and DC Highlights Tour
  • Washington DC Nights Tour
  • Sites by Segway Tour
  • Washington Walks Walking Tour
For additional information on the Go Washington DC Card, click here.

About Go City Card
Go City Card, a division of Smart Destinations, sells multi-attraction passes to 13 of the most popular tourist destinations in the U.S. including Boston, Chicago, Las Vegas, London, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Oahu, Orlando, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, and Washington, DC.

Go City Cards can be purchased online and instantly delivered to a traveler's smart phone or they can be bought at brick and mortar outlets within a city upon arrival. Travelers choose from different types of passes to fit their needs including an all-inclusive pass which provides carte blanche to visit any of that city's included attractions or a "Build Your Own" which enables a traveler to create their own itinerary. Depending upon the pass selected, travelers can realize a savings of up to 55% less than paying at the gate. All passes come with valuable extras including the ability to skip the line at select attractions and comprehensive guidebooks that offer insider tips and bonus discounts on shopping and dining.
For additional information, visit GoCityCard.com or call 1-800-887-9103.

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