Philadelphia Pass Discounted for Pope Visit

Plus, it updates its site to accommodate foreign-language speaking visitors.

General papal audience in St. Peter's Square, The Vatican, Rome, Italy - 12 Nov 2014

In honor of the highly-anticipated visit of Pope Francis this fall, Philadelphia Pass—a single card that grants visitors access to more than 40 Philadelphia attractions at a discounted price—has added even deeper price cuts for the weekend of September 26-27 and modified their website to accommodate those speaking Italian, German or Spanish—all languages the Pope is fluent in.

For the special Pope-visit discount, visitors can save an extra 15 percent on the Pass by using the discount code “PhillyPass15” when purchasing. A few of the attractions included with the Pass are the Philadelphia Zoo, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Barnes Foundation. along with numerous boat and bus tours covering the whole city. (See all participating attractions here.) It’s a great option for those who want to take in some of Philadelphia while in town for the World Meeting of Families.

The passes are sold in one-day, two-day, three-day and five-day increments, with the one-day pass starting at $55. The more days you purchase, the more you save. For more information or to purchase a Philadelphia Pass, visit their website here. Learn more about the deal in the video below: