It’s the Golden Ticket to California, except you don’t have to eat through hundreds of chocolate bars to find it (unless of course, you really want to – we won’t judge).

Leisure Pass Group, the guys responsible for giving travellers access to sites and attractions around the world, have launched their first all-access pass in California.

The Go California Explorer Pass launched this week, giving travellers what the company described as “unrivalled access” to some 14 top attractions around the Golden State.


The pass can get you into Knotts Berry Farm.

Cali visitors holding the near-all-access pass can use it to see the backlots at Universal Studios Hollywood, check out Wonder Woman’s costume at Warner Bros. Studios Hollywood or ride around non-stop at Six Flags Magic Mountain.

Pass holders can then head to Southern California to check out Knott’s Berry Farm and relive their childhood at Legoland California, or they can head to the north and stop by California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco and Six Flags Discovery Kingdom.


Use the pass to access California Academy of Sciences.

There’s more, but you can click here for the full list.

The Go California Explorer Pass can be purchased as a three, four or five attraction option starting from US$219 per adult and US$204 per child (three-12 years old), which sees travellers save up to 34 percent on usual gate prices.

Pass holders are entitled to visit one of two premium attractions – Universal Studios Hollywood or Legoland California – and unrestricted choice from the remaining 12 attractions.


Pass holders can choose from two premium attractions, including Universal Studios Hollywood.

Tickets need to be used 30 days after entry into the first attraction.

Click here for more information.


Which attractions are you keen to check out?