Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Chicago CityPass submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
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This is just what every traveler needs to enjoy the sights and sounds of Chicago! Great value for money and lots of extra privileges like fast-pass access to take you to the action asap. This combined with a 3-day CTA pass made my trip absolutely memorable and convenient. Go for it!Reviewed by: Oliver, India, October 2013
Field museum is great but Shedd aquarium is only good. Don't miss the Art Institute if you love impressions post and impressionism. Great value pass.Reviewed by: Meredith, Australia, September 2013
Chicago has more to see, eat, and walk than we expected. Chicago is a city that is clean, safe, easy to get around in and beautiful.Reviewed by: Adrian A, September 2013
I ran into problems as i printed out copies of the pages that said to be sure to print this out. Not seeing the print button that actually takes you to the appropriate document. So when I arrived at the Aquarium it took them about an hour to sort things out for me. Smooth sailing after that!Reviewed by: SHERYL B, September 2013
If you have four or more days to spend in Chicago, or if you start out every morning very early and afternoon until 6 pm, the City Pass is a great deal. Unfortunately, we only had three full days and being over 65 years of age, we don't have boundless energy, so we didn't get full use of the pass. Where we did use the pass, it permitted us to bypass long lines (and they were long especially on Saturday and Sunday) and to see exhibits that you would not see if you bought the basic ticket. Even though we didn't use two of our five passes, I feel that we easily got our money's worth in terms of admission fees. The convenience of bypassing long lines is certainly a bonus.The passes are good for nine days, and I'd say you need to sightsee 3 or more days to get the most out of your City Pass. After all, you don't want to ignore some of the free attractions, like the Chicago Cultural Center, the Bean and Buckingham Fountain, to mention just a few.Reviewed by: Robert G, August 2013