Go City cards, which offer savings on city attractions when you plan on visiting several within a certain period of time, no longer include Toronto.
An alternative to the Go Toronto Card is the Toronto CityPass, which includes admission to five of the city's most popular attractions for one price.
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Go Toronto Card - How Does the Go Toronto Card Work?
Buy a 1-, 2- or 3-day Go Toronto Card online (buy direct) or by phone. The card can be mailed to you (cost depends on how quickly you need it sent out) or picked up at one of three Toronto / Niagara Falls locations (small processing fee applies). The Go Toronto Card then gives you pre-paid admission to popular attractions. If you visit 2 - 4 of the participating attractions per day, you can save up to 30%. Your savings increase the more days you choose. The Go Toronto Card also allows you to bypass long lineups.
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Some of the most popular Go Toronto Card attractions:
- Gray Line Double Decker or Trolley Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour
- Steam Whistle Brewing: Brewery Tour
- Hippo Amphibious Bus Tour (seasonal)
- Rogers Centre (home of the Blue Jays) Tour
- Bata Shoe Museum
- Gardiner Ceramic Museum
- Distillery District Walking Tour
- Niagara Falls
- Skylon Tower
- IMAX Niagara
- Nightmares Fear Factory
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What's Good about the Go Toronto Card?
- Save up to 30% off of overall admission costs
- Built-in itinerary done for you
- Avoid lineups
- Discounts offered on a few other tours and shows.
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What's Not So Good about the Go Toronto Card?
- Some major attractions not included (eg. CN Tower, the Royal Ontario Museum, Casa Loma and the Art Gallery of Ontario).
- Multiple-day passes only good for consecutive days
- May cause excess travel (and expense), as most attractions are in Toronto, but some are in Niagara Falls and at least one is an hour north of Toronto in Barrie.