The Orlando Explorer Pass is offered by the City of Orlando and will provide residents unlimited admission aboard 10 City-owned Harris Corp. boats. The pass allows users to stay on the ship long enough to enjoy a 3-hour cruise. The key includes unlimited access to the Orlando Science Center, Sea Life Aquarium, and Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum. The pass costs $59 for adults and $25 for children ages 3-12. The cost of the key is valid for one year.
There are two ways to purchase the Explorer pass, online or at the Orlando Science Center Ticket Office. The key will also be available at select City of Orlando and Orange County recreation centers and libraries. The pass alone is not valid for admission to any attractions; it must be accompanied by a photo ID card issued by the City of Orlando.
The Explorer Pass is part of the parks and recreation services the City of Orlando offers. City residents over 65 can take advantage of discounts on various public transportation services. The City also provides more than 200 recreational programs for seniors at no charge to participants. Other local services include senior activities at Lake Baldwin, winter sports at Harriett Lake Park and Greenwood Recreation Center, and excursions to the Florida Citrus Tower and Winter Park Health & Fitness Center.
· June 20, 2012: The Orlando Explorer Pass is a special pass offered by the City of Orlando to residents for unlimited access to ten boats for one year. The key allows access to Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, the Sea Life Aquarium, and Orlando Science Center. These three tourist attractions are very popular with both tourists and residents alike. Admission is usually $37 for adults and $32 for students but is free with an Orlando Explorer Pass.