- The Wheel at ICON Park Orlando
- SEA LIFE Aquarium Orlando
- Wonder Works All-Access Parks
- Madame Tussauds Orlando
- Gatorland - The alligator capital of the world
Save on combined admission to the most popular attractions compared to buying tickets separately at each one.
All non-activated passes are eligible for a refund within 90 days from your purchase date.
Show your pass at select dining, shopping, and entertainment venues for exclusive Go Orlando offers.
Most popular questions
The Explorer pass is perfect for sightseers who are visiting a city for longer and want to take their time seeing the sights without much of a time constraint.
With the Explorer pass, you can choose the number of attractions you're interested in seeing, either 3, or 5. Once you've activated your pass by visiting an attraction, you'll then have up to 60 days to visit the rest. There's no need to choose which attractions you'd like to see before you purchase the card, you can pick and choose any of the Explorer attractions as you go. This means you can change your mind and wait and see what you feel like in the moment.
The more attractions you choose the more you'll save, and you can save up to 42% on attraction ticket prices with this pass. Make sure you check out the attraction line up here for the Explorer pass as they vary from pass to pass.
If you have an All-Inclusive pass, it will be valid for the number of days you purchase over a 14 day period. Visiting your first attraction will activate your pass and count as your first calendar day. Once you activate your pass, you'll have 14 calendar days to redeem each day that your pass is valid for. For example, if you have a three-day pass and activate it on the first day of your vacation, you'll then have 13 calendar days to use the remaining two days of your pass. If you have an Explorer pass, it will be valid 30 days from first use, so you'll have more time to visit your attractions. A Build Your Own pass will also give you 30 days to visit your attractions.