CityPASS now offers mobile tickets to Space City

There’s a new way to explore Space City this Thanksgiving. CityPASS now offers a convenient mobile ticket option.

Explore Houston while saving 47% on admission to Space Center Houston and four other top Houston attractions with CityPASS.

CityPASS delivers wonderful weekends, foolproof vacations and dramatic savings of almost 50% off combined attraction admission prices. Plus, CityPASS holders save time, skipping some ticket lines.

Instead of purchasing separate tickets to multiple Houston attractions separately, you can make one simple CityPASS purchase and use mobile tickets right from your phone. (Tickets can also be printed if you prefer paper.) Mobile tickets are delivered via email and can be easily saved to the buyer’s mobile device or Apple Wallet.

In addition to providing Houston CityPASS buyers with an on-the-go option (tickets can be purchased on the steps of an attraction and presented for entry just moments later), mobile tickets are delivered in the language the buyer selected when they first visited the CityPASS website.

For international travelers, it is especially accommodating to have an end-to-end translated experience in the language of their choosing (language options include Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish).

Houston CityPASS attractions:

  • Space Center Houston
  • Downtown Aquarium
  • Houston Museum of Natural Science
  • Houston Zoo OR Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
  • Kemah Boardwalk OR Children’s Museum of Houston

Whether you’re a tourist seeing Houston for the first time or a Houstonian showing friends and family around Space City, CityPASS is sure to save you time and money this holiday season.

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