Busch Gardens and SeaWorld Offering Free Admission to Veterans and Their Families
The parks are saluting U.S. veterans and their families with a free day of fun.
This Memorial Day, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment is thanking United States military veterans and their families for their service with free admission to their parks.
Veterans and three of guests may enjoy free single-day admission to Busch Gardens Williamsburg in Virginia, Busch Gardens Tampa in Florida, and other SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment properties across the country from May 31 until July 15.
This star-spangled offer is part of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment's long-running Waves of Honor program, which pays tribute to active duty military members, veterans and their families with special pricing and promotions year round. Since 2005, more than 10 million guests have enjoyed SeaWorld parks for free through the Waves of Honor.
"As part of a strong military community, we are grateful and committed to providing special opportunities for those who serve and sacrifice for our country," Kevin Lembke, president of Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Water Country USA, said in a release.
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Complimentary single-day tickets are available online only. Keep in mind that they must be purchased before June 9 and used by July 15. The veteran must be present at the park.
Visit www.WavesofHonor.com for more information.