Busch Gardens Williamsburg Annual Pass

Busch Gardens Williamsburg Annual Pass & Membership Guide – What Are Some Savings & Beefits? What Attractions Are There?

You can have fun all year round with a Busch Gardens Williamsburg annual pass. Get either a one-park pass or a 2-park pass, and cool off after your fun at Busch Gardens at the nearby Water Country USA. With the annual pass, there are a few tiers to choose from, starting with the Basic, which includes multiple visits EXCEPT for blackout dates (a total of appx 29 of them).

Other options include the Unlimited Tier, Premier Tier, and Platinum Tier. Each of these contains FREE guest tickets so that you can invite a few friends or relatives (2, 4, and 6 respectively per year). There are exclusive merchandise savings, ranging from 10% – 50% depending on the tier. Unlimited, Premier, and Platinum level members get discounts and priority access on a quick queue for rides and attractions.

ALL Busch Gardens Williamsburg annual membership holders are permitted to enjoy exclusive events during Halloween time, Christmas, Summer, and so on.

These are just a few examples of the perks you can expect as a member of Busch Gardens. There are several other benefits as well, and you’ll want to take the time to look over the comparison chart of what each level of membership tiers offers.

Busch Gardens Williamsburg Annual Pass Blackout Dates

Basic annual pass holders/members, as mentioned above, do have blackout dates – usually around major holidays, such as on and around Independence Day, the week of Christmas, a few dates in October, etc. Once again, there is a calendar ta the official site to look over that marks the blackout dates.

As for what you can do when you get there, it IS a Busch Gardens Park, so you can expect there to be rides, fun attractions, and most importantly – rare animals. The Tampa park has an African Safari theme. In contrast, the Williamsburg park has animals from the Scottish Highlands and North America, from Clydesdale horses to gray wolves and bald eagles. It goes with the overall theme of the Williamsburg area, which symbolizes the early Colonial era.

Some reptiles live at Busch Gardens Williamsburg, including a king snake and ball python. Sadly, these are often misunderstood creatures when they are essential to an overall healthy ecosystem. If you want to see some bright and colorful birds, go exploring Lorikeet Glen.

Whatever kind of animals you are interested in, use your Busch Gardens Williamsburg annual pass to visit often and learn more about them. This visit can be a fun and educational experience for everyone in the family.

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