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In the Spotlight: Toronto CityPASS
See all the top attractions with just one pass.
Save 38% and skip the lines at five of Toronto’s top attractions during a nine-day period. Toronto CityPASS includes admission to:
How does CityPASS work?
Once you purchase CityPASS tickets you can present them to each attraction for admittance. A CityPASS ticket is valid for nine consecutive days starting after the first time you use it. So, you can take your time and enjoy the attractions at your own leisure.
CityPASS tickets are only good for one-time admission. You can visit Toronto’s top attractions in any order, just make sure each person has their CityPASS ticket with them.
How much does CityPASS cost?
Adult CityPASS is $92.00 (+ tax) (value $149.56)
Child CityPASS (ages 4-12) $63.00 (+ tax)
Where can you purchase CityPASS?
You can buy your Toronto CityPASS online and choose to have the tickets emailed or mailed to you. Tickets bought by email can either be printed out or presented on your mobile device.
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