Busch Gardens Tampa to offer free admission to preschoolers
Written by Robert Niles
Just got word today that Busch Gardens Tampa will be offering free season passes to Florida kids age 5 and under for 2010.Tweet
Theme parks typically don't charge visitors age 3 and under, so the offer extends the free admission to kids ages 4 and 5. But you can't just walk up to the gate and get in. Parents of pre-schoolers will need to sign up for the pass online at SesameStreetSafariofFun.com. (Click the "Free Preschool Pass" link. You'll need to bring a birth certificate to the park to activate the pass on your first visit.)
As you might guess from the URL, the deal is part of the park's promotion of its new Sesame Street Safari of Fun kids' area, which is opening this spring.
An added bonus: Busch Gardens is setting aside 44 spots in its preferred parking area for families with strollers, so that they can avoid having to deal with the parking lot tram. There's no extra charge for spots, either, but they're first-come, first-taken, and you'll have to ask for one at the parking booths.
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