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From now until March 31st, 2017: Get Busch Gardens tickets and get Water Country USA for FREE!
Combo tickets with Water Country USA can save you money, if you plan on going to both. Combo tickets are available on the Busch Gardens Williamsburg or the Water Country USA websites.
AAA members can receive as a discount on tickets, receive free meals and more.
General groups of 15 to 75 can receive special rates. They must be booked 3 days in advance. Some restrictions may apply.
Busch Gardens Williamsburg offers a few different meal deals on their website.
If you are an active duty, activated or drilling reservist or National Guardsman, you can receive a FREE one time admission to Busch Gardens for yourself and up to three direct dependents. Valid ID required. Dependents may use the offer without the service member. Some restriction apply.
People who have become their fan on Facebook have received offers to receive a special pass to cut lines, discounted tickets and more.
Select Publix stores often sells discounted tickets.
The following places sometimes sell discounted tickets or have Busch Garden coupons to use: CVS Pharmacies, Food Lion, Food Lion MVP card, Summer library programs and McDonalds.
Vacation packages that include hotel and Busch Garden ticket packages as well as add-ons are available on the park’s website and also on Williamsburg hotel websites.
Members of the North Carolina Consumers Council receive a discont off each ticket.
Local ads, newspapers and flyers may feature coupons for Busch Gardens Williamsburg.
Purchasing one of the passes may be a good idea if you plan on visiting more than once.
Busch Gardens Williamsburg coupons, discounts, specials and deals are usually for a limited time and may change frequently.
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Busch Gardens Information
Address: 1 Busch Gardens Blvd, Williamsburg, Virginia 23185
Rides: about 50
Size: 383 acres
About Williamsburg Busch Gardens
Busch Gardens Williamsburg is known for its amazing, award-winning landscaping and its European theme as well as its roller coasters. Most prominent though is the award for Most Beautiful Park from The National Amusement Park Historical Association, of which Busch Gardens Williamsburg has won 22 consecutive years.
The Williamsburg amusement park’s most famous roller coaster is Apollo’s Chariot which placed 4th best steel roller coaster in 2012 from the Golden Ticket Awards. Not to be overlooked are the Griffon, the world’s tallest and fastest dive machine coaster, and The Curse of DarKastle, a high-tec dark ride.
Busch Gardens Williamsburg is separated by 10 sections, or Hamlets, which are all inspired by European countries, with the exception of Sesame Street Forest of Fun.
Busch Gardens Williamsburg Details
The park is open seasonally. It is closed through the winter months.
The park’s hours are seasonal with the longest hours during the summer months.
Regular General Admission online are: Adults $80, Children (3-9) $70 and Children 2 and under are FREE.
Parking ranges between $13 - $20.
No outside food and drink can be brought into the park. However, you may bring in water bottles. Picnic areas are available for guests to use outside the park adjacent to the entrance. If you leave the park for lunch, remember to get your hand stamped for re-entry.
Guests on special medical diets or with baby formula will need to check in their food with a park attendant.