View Boston Joins Popular Boston CityPASS Program

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Boston’s newest attraction joins other fun things to do in the city as part of the Boston CityPASS Program


A new attraction has opened up its doors in the heart of Boston and has joined the popular Boston CityPASS ticket program. View Boston, an observation deck perched on top of the Prudential Tower is a three-story wonder that provides a spectacular 360-degree view of the city and its environs from Fenway Park to bustling Logan Airport and beyond.

The creative team behind View Boston has devoted over three years to carefully curate each detail of this captivating space… and it shows. This must-visit Boston attraction features an observation deck that features state-of-the-art Virtual Viewers that provide guests with an intimate look into some of the city’s most iconic neighborhoods from the 52nd floor of the building, dubbed The View.

Additionally, The Lookout, an elevated platform on the same floor, allows visitors to fully soak in the city’s breathtaking skyline.


Ground-breaking Innovation at View Boston


View Boston also hosts an innovative feature called the ViewPrint system. Designed to enrich visitor experiences, the system enables visitors to create a personalized itinerary of the city’s attractions. More than 350 points of interest are pre-loaded into the system, enabling guests to plan their subsequent adventures in the city. The itinerary, complete with a map and other valuable information, is emailed to guests upon completion of their View Boston visit.

Continuing the exploration on the 52nd floor, guests will find metal sculptures of several renowned Boston landmarks, including the Hatch Memorial Shell and the historic Trinity Church. The sculptures, created in collaboration with Perkins School for the Blind, are tactile, allowing visually impaired visitors to experience the beauty of these sites.


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Ascend to the top of the Prudential Tower’s 52nd floor for incredible indoor panoramic views of the city 


A flight down to the 51st floor leads to The Cloud Terrace, an open-air viewing area with an adjacent cocktail lounge, Stratus. Serving seasonal drinks and small plates, Stratus offers a delightful spot for a light lunch or sunset cocktail.

The final floor, The City, celebrates all things Boston. Highlights include Boston 365, an immersive 3D model of the city complete with a transforming light show, and Open Doors, a 270-degree theater screen that guides viewers through various neighborhoods and beloved landmarks.


The Boston CityPASS Program: Facts & Figures


In addition to View Boston, the Boston CityPASS program offers combined admission to multiple attractions at a discount of 45%. For $79 for adults and $67 for children aged 3-11, the pass includes admission to the following popular attractions in Boston:

  • New England Aquarium
  • Museum of Science
  • And two attractions of choice from the following: Boston Harbor City Cruises, Franklin Park Zoo, Harvard Museum of Natural History, or View Boston

Tickets are valid for nine consecutive days and can be easily managed through the My CityPASS app. For more information, visit or download the My CityPASS app.

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