The Sightseeing Pass Travel Guide is a free travel and planning tool helping you make the most of your sightseeing trips. With The Sightseeing Pass app you get maps & essential information about local attractions. Discover new places at your own pace, see more – pay less.
The Sightseeing Pass is available for New York City, London, Malaga, Washington D.C., Philadelphia, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Smoky Mountains, Nashville, Orlando, Miami, Key West & Puerto Rico. We are excited to be expanding our operations in other cities, so you can expect frequent app updates.
Easily discover the top attractions for your upcoming trip, and plan your daily excursions and budgets. Key features include:
• Attraction guidebook for all Sightseeing Pass cities
• Info about 300+ Attractions with opening hours, getting there details, maps and nearby attractions
• Itinerary tool to plan your days out
• Options to follow pre-selected itineraries or create your own plans
• Budget & Trip Details tools
• Access your Sightseeing Pass Account and Passes, or purchase new Passes
The Sightseeing Pass Travel Guide app is free to download, with plenty of insider tips to help you make most of your trip. Don’t delay – download the app now and start exploring!
This version contains bug fixes and content updates.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
We purchased a 6 Attraction Pass for our trip to New Orleans and it was so easy and saved us around $300! The key is to read about each attraction you may be interested in and PLAN! I learned real fast most complaints/bad reviews was from people not following directions. We did not have ONE issue with it! Will be using again!
A very frustrating experience
While the app works well, we found to our disappointment and after wasting a lot of time that some of the information in the site is out of date. For example, Planet Hollywood only honored dining until 5pm, whereas the site said it was good until 11pm; the site said we had to go to the Grayline Tourist Center in the Port Authority building to get TimeLooper, but that is only if you want to purchase the virtual reality goggles (doesn’t tell you that You can download the app and use your smartphone). Not only that, but the site said that Grayline is open until 9pm, but they close at 8m. Also, In every attraction we had to stand in a long line with other ticket buyers, whereas City Pass users always had a special line.
The attractions were all very good and the value is good; just need to be more diligent in keeping the info in the app current.
Hours of operation should be more clearly posted on app and website!
Loved the personal guided tours so much better than just the pre-recorded. Learned so much from the guides and they were so personable!
Biggest gripe is why you have to find a visitor center to scan your pass, just to get another paper pass to be scanned by the driver/guides at the pick up stop. So much wasted time and wear and tear on someone with bad knees and feet. Why can’t the driver/guide scan your pass and that be sufficient.
Also, at each attraction you visit, can’t there be another ticket agent/line to better expedite the processing the city sightseeing passes and allow immediate security check and admittance instead of waiting for the processing of admission tickets to stand in yet another line to gain entry and security into the attraction?
Maps could have the street designations for each stop more defined. It would be nice as well to include the subway and bus route maps on them too especially for attractions that do not have a hop on/hop off stop close by.
- Mission Communications Ltd
- 52.2 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- © 2020 Mission Communications Ltd
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.