Planning on moving to Glenview, Wilmette or Northbrook? Want to see lots of fun things throughout the year but not have to pay big bucks to do so? Well, then the Go Chicago Card may be just what you're looking for. Read on to learn what it is and how it works and how it can save you as much as 55% on ticket prices to Chicago attractions!
First of all, the Go Chicago Card covers entrance to 30 city attractions and in many cases allows users to avoid long waiting lines and offers other little extras.
When visiting Chicago from out of town, you might want to purchase a card that will last several days. With the purchase you'll get a tour guide booklet to help you plan your visit.
Once you activate your card with its first use, the number of days you purchased will continue from there. For instance, if you purchase a 3-day card and make your first visit on a Monday, then Tuesday and Wednesday will be your second and third days of usage.
For those living close by, purchase a 1-day card, plan your route with the free tour guide and visit several attractions in that one day. Attractions include the Shedd Aquarium, the Field Museum, Navy Pier and lots more. Entrance to the attraction is quick and easy. You don't have to be from out of town to take advantage of the Go Chicago Card.
There are several other U.S. cities that also offer the Go Card so look at the Go Card website to see if a city in your travel future is on their list. You can also order your card online from this site and have it mailed to you or pick it up at a local spot.