Buying Go Miami Explorer Pass Tickets
By James | Last updated August 23, 2023
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The Go Miami Explorer Pass is a multi-attraction pass that allows you to build your own personalised pass to some of southern Florida’s best attractions including Ft. Lauderdale Glass Bottom Boat and Snorkeling Trip, Jungle Island and Miami Seaquarium.
Unlike the Go Miami All-Inclusive Pass which is a fixed price for a specified number of days, the Go Miami Explorer Pass is a fixed price for a specific number of attractions and the price is based upon your number of choices.
Note that the ticket prices do not include parking which is an extra cost at some attractions though quite a few have free parking.
You can choose either two, three, four or five attractions from a choice of over 25 attractions in South Florida and the Keys.
A full list of the actual attractions can be found at the bottom of this page. You can save up to 40% off the normal gate prices of many of the attractions on offer.
A nice feature of the Go Miami Explorer Pass is that you do not have to choose the actual attractions at the time of purchasing the pass. For example if you purchase a three choice pass, you can visit any three attractions from the list. You have 60 days to visit all three attractions of your choice from the first day you use the pass.
As well as the Go Miami Explorer Pass, there is also the Go Miami All-Inclusive Pass which allows you to visit around 20 of South Florida’s attractions as well as some in the Orlando area for a specific number of days or the Go Miami Build Your Own Pass which enables you to select any number of attractions from a list of nearly 40 attractions and only pay for the attractions you want to visit.
Go Miami Explorer Pass Ticket Options
The current Go Miami Explorer Pass options are:
- a 2 Choice Go Miami Explorer Pass
- a 3 Choice Go Miami Explorer Pass
- a 4 Choice Go Miami Explorer Pass
- a 5 Choice Go Miami Explorer Pass
The passes are valid for visiting 3, 4 or 5 individual attractions respectively within a 30 day period starting from the first time you use it. You cannot visit an attraction more than once.
Anyone aged 12 or over on the day of their first entry to the attractions is classed as an adult and will have to buy an adult ticket. Children between the ages of 3 and 12 are typically classed as children and may purchase a child ticket. Children under the age of 3 are usually admitted for free but check the accompanying guidebook.
The Go Miami Explorer Passes come with a “No-risk” return policy which basically means you can get a refund on any unused passes for up to 90 days from the date of purchase and they can be activated up to two years from the date of purchase.
All Go City Passes are delivered digitally via email and you can either print them out or display them using the free Go City Card mobile app.
Each pass is accompanied by a guidebook which gives details of each attraction, maps, hours of operation and any specific entrance instructions. It also notes which attractions allow you to visit more than once.
Go Miami Explorer Pass Ticket Prices for 2021
These prices are subject to change and you can buy a Go Miami Explorer Pass at Viator (link opens in a new window).
All tickets are non-transferable and must be used within 30 days of first activation.
|2 Attraction Go Miami Explorer Pass
|Admission to a selection of two attractions. Ticket expires 60 days after first use
|3 Attraction Go Miami Explorer Pass
|Admission to a selection of three attractions. Ticket expires 60 days after first use
|4 Attraction Go Miami Explorer Pass
|Admission to a selection of four attractions. Ticket expires 60 days after first use
|5 Attraction Go Miami Explorer Pass
|Admission to a selection of five attractions. Ticket expires 60 days after first use
Go City Card Alternative Tickets
If you are visiting Orlando, then you might want to consider one of the Go Orlando passes instead which cover Central Florida with a few Miami and South Florida attractions thrown in for good measure. You can find more details on the Buying Go City Card Tickets page.
Alternatively, if your interest lies in the major theme parks, the Orlando Flex ticket is a multi-park ticket available exclusively in the UK and it gives you access to Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Islands of Adventure, Volcano Bay, SeaWorld, Aquatica and Busch Gardens.
Go Miami Explorer Pass Attraction List
South Florida & The Keys
- ARTECHOUSE Miami
- Big Bus Miami: Night Tour
- Bike and Roll: Full-Day Bike Rental
- Conch Tour Train
- Cycle Party Wynwood Miami Insta Tour
- Duck Tours South Beach
- Everglades Alligator Farm & Airboat
- Ft. Lauderdale Glass Bottom Boat and Snorkeling Trip
- Gator Park Airboat Tour
- Hop-On Hop-Off Big Bus Miami 1-Day All-Loops Tour
- Island Queen Millionaire’s Row Sightseeing Cruise
- Island Safari Bike Rental
- Jet Boat Miami
- Jungle Island
- Key Largo Glass Bottom Boat Cruise
- Key West Aquarium
- Key West Shipwreck Treasure Museum
- Miami Seaquarium
- Miami Watersports 1-Hour Kayak or Paddleboard
- Sawgrass Recreation Park Everglades Airboat Adventures
- Sunset Water Sports Key West 2 Hour Kayak Rental
- Sunset Watersports Key West Snorkel Dip & Sip
- Sunset Watersports Paddleboard Rental
- The Official Art Deco Walking Tour
- Truman Little White House
- Zoo Miami
Florida Theme Parks
Theme Park Ticket Guides