There’s no better way to appreciate all that Boston can offer than by seeing it all from the sky. The Skywalk Observatory offers the best view in the whole state to satisfy one’s curiosity. It’s also a place for learning, featuring a museum of rich history about immigration.
Read on to learn all about the observatory and to find out how you can save big with Skywalk Observatory coupons and discount tickets.
ABOUT THE SKYWALK OBSERVATORY
The Prudential Tower is home to the Skywalk Observatory and was inaugurated in 1964. The Skywalk Observatory is New England’s only observatory which stands at 50 stories high.
The Observatory offers remarkable 360-degree views from 700 feet above the street. On a clear day, you can see up to a hundred miles away in the beautiful city. The beauty of well-known and landmark places such as the Boston’s Hancock Tower, Fenway Park, MIT, Harvard University, and more shine beautifully through the observatory.
Aside from the panoramic views, the observatory is home to the noteworthy Dreams of Freedom Museum, which celebrates the important part that immigration has played in the state of Boston. To close off the tour, sit back and relax as you enjoy their Multimedia Movie Theater that showcases two short films which give you a truly immersive experience of the rich culture of Boston.
SKYWALK OBSERVATORY COUPONS AND DISCOUNT TICKETS
Admission to this one-of-a-kind Observatory starts at $21 for adults.
The best way to get Skywalk Observatory discount tickets and coupons is through CityPass. The CityPass lets you bundle up to four Boston attractions, including the Skywalk Observatory, and save up to 45% on admissions. To learn more about this, visit their official page.
Go Pass is another great option if you are planning to visit multiple attractions in the Boston area. They offer all-inclusive packages at competitive prices so go check their page out for more information.
If CityPass and Go Pass aren’t your thing, the Observatory also offers discount tickets on the following:
Seniors and students with valid ID can save up to 15% in admission tickets. Children are also discounted at only $15 admission and of course toddlers (ages 3 and under) are free.
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SKYWALK OBSERVATORY HOURS
The Skywalk Observatory is open 7 days a week, usually 10:00 am – 10:00 pm. Be warned that visiting hours are subject to change.
You can check their calendar to get the exact date and hours on the time of your visit.
SKYWALK OBSERVATORY LOCATION
The Skywalk Observatory is located at Prudential Center 800 Boylston Street, 50th Floor Boston, MA.
For more information, visit their website: http://skywalkboston.com
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