Chicago CityPASS is a carefully selected collection of the most popular, most famous Chicago attractions, packaged to give you nearly 50% savings over the cost of purchasing tickets separately.
Buy a CityPASS online, buy it when you arrive at the Museum of Science and Industry, or you can call (773) 684-1414.
Save 46% Compared to Regular Price
|Regular Price (combined all attractions)||$174.00||$156.00|
|Chicago CityPASS Booklet||$94.00||$79.00|
Inside each Chicago CityPASS booklet are five admission tickets, entitling you to bypass main ticket lines. Plan an action-packed weekend – or take up to nine days to explore Chicago’s shops, restaurants, and neighborhoods.
Chicago CityPASS offers one admission to each attraction:
Museum of Science and Industry with Omnimax and Motion Simulator
VIP entry to Museum. Explore exhibits including Science Storms, U-505 (exhibit only), YOU! The Experience, plus an Omnimax show and motion simulator ride.
VIP entry to Waters of the World galleries, Amazon Rising, Wild Reef, Abbott Oceanarium, Polar Play Zone, an aquatic show and Jellies special exhibit*, plus your choice of a 4-D Experience. (*Special exhibit subject to change.)
The Field Museum
All-Access Pass includes admission to all permanent and ticketed exhibitions, plus your choice of one digital 3-D film.
Fast Pass Admission and The Ledge.
Adler Planetarium –OR– Art Institute of Chicago
Adler includes VIP entry and general admission to all exhibits, the historic Atwood Sphere and one 3-D theater show. Art Institute of Chicago includes audio tour and admission to all permanent collections and non-ticketed special exhibitions.
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Booklets provide you with attraction information, transportation directions, best times to visit, a map, and expert advice on where to find distinctive Chicago tastes, goods, and off-beat places from the experts at National Geographic Traveler magazine.
- Happening Now
A stunning look inside the animal kingdom from the creators of BODY WORLDS.
A visually stunning exploration of our planet's perilous ring of orbiting debris.
- Coming Soon
Join us for hands-on projects, student discussions, live science experiences and more!
Revisit the memorable architectural and visual design of Chicago's 1933 World's Fair.