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Free Preschool Pass to Busch Gardens & Water County USA
Opening Day is March 25, 2017!
Preschoolers are invited to visit Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Water Country USA for free! Registration for the free 2-park Preschool Pass is now available for families. The pass grants kids ages 3 to 5 complimentary, unlimited admission to Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Water Country USA! Good all summer, through September 10, 2017, passes must be registered by May 21, 2017, and redeemed, in-person by September 10, 2017.
Please note, this pass is not available at the front gate, only online registration is available. Once enrolled, you’ll receive an e-ticket you will need to print out and bring with you, along with a valid form of ID verifying your child’s birthday. Examples of valid identification are an original certified birth certificate or travel passport. Click here to learn more about this fun, free program, and here to learn about frequently asked questions.
Never been to Busch Gardens? Keep reading! In the heart of historic Williamsburg, VA, Busch Gardens takes you on a thrilling modern adventure, well beyond the colonial constructs of the surrounding area. With something for every age in every season, Busch Garden is not to be missed as a destination of its own or as a stop along your Colonial Williamsburg vacation!
Kid-Friendly: Busch Gardens prides itself on offering Kidsiderate rides for the littlest thrill seekers in its Land of the Dragons and Sesame Street Forest of Fun areas of the park. After parents and children check-in, they are given colored wristbands and information about the rides and attractions appropriate for your child’s height.
Water Park: Busch Gardens has a sister park, Water Country USA, three miles away. Additional entry fees apply.
Special Events: Live shows and entertainment vary throughout the year, but of particular attraction is the Food and Wine Festival in the summer, Howl-O-Scream in the fall, and Christmas Town in the winter.
Parking: Onsite parking is available for an additional fee or comes free as part of the package deal with an extended membership pass.
Tickets: If you’re a one-time visitor, you may purchase individual entry tickets for Busch Gardens and/or Water Country USA. If you anticipate repeated visits, membership pass options are available for only Busch Gardens or Water Country USA, as a combination of both parks, or as a Platinum member with access to up to 11 other SeaWorld parks across the country. Learn more here on how to get a free preschool pass.
Discounts: Through their Waves of Honor program, active-duty military and up to 3 dependents get a free single-day pass once a year. Children 3 and under are always free. Also, be sure to check their website for other limited time offers that appear throughout the year.
Open Season: Open dates and weekends vary throughout the year from March through December, but their main season is late May to early September. Water Country USA is open late May to early September only.
Why Visit? Distinguishing itself as an award-winning park, including “World’s Most Beautiful Theme Park,” Busch Gardens is an experience beyond the customary theme park. They boast world-class roller coasters, include live animal experiences, and walk you through classic Europe in their nine villages representing six countries.
Disclaimer/Terms: This opportunity is subject to last minute cancellations and changes that might not be reflected in this DullesMoms.com post. Please, always confirm by calling/clicking.
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