Taking a trip to Cleveland just became even easier and more affordable. With the advent of the Cleveland Plus Pass, visitors can buy one ticket that gives them access to ten (10) major attractions at a savings of at least 30%, often even more.

Now visitors can purchase a pass good for two (2), three (3) or five (5) days. The “time” on the card begins when the Cleveland Plus Pass’ barcode is scanned at any participating location. Once the pass is activated, cardholders are able to experience as many of the featured gardens, museums, zoos and other destinations as their time and personal interests allow. “It’s definitely a deal,” says Emilie Poua, Director of Arts & Cultural Tourism for Positively Cleveland. “The cost for a single adult to visit all ten attractions at full price would be $64 … with a Pass it’s anywhere from $24.95 for the two-day option to $49.95 for the five-day ticket.”

The Cleveland Plus Pass is good for general admission to the Children’s Museum of Cleveland, Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, The Holden Arboretum, Lake Metroparks Farmpark, Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland and Western Reserve Historical Society. The multi-attraction discount will offer sightseers even more value with additional special savings on merchandise, meals and more. For example, from October 19, 2008 - January 18, 2009, Cleveland Plus Passholders will receive $4 off admission to the blockbuster exhibit Artistic Luxury: Faberge Tiffany Lalique.

The Cleveland Plus Pass can be purchased at Positively Cleveland’s Visitors Center downtown Cleveland (The Higbee Building, 100 Public Square, Suite 100, Cleveland, OH) or online at http://www.positivelycleveland.com/pluspass. “We’re excited about the possibilities of this program and hope in the future to have the pass available for sale in other locations and as a part of hotel packages,” says Tamera Lash Brown, Positively Cleveland’s VP of Marketing.
The Cleveland Plus Pass was created with OmniTicket Network, whose list of clients includes convention and visitors bureaus and major theme parks. The program is generously funded by Cuyahoga County residents through Cuyahoga Arts and Culture (CAC).

Source: Positively Cleveland