Important Park Info for Busch Gardens
There are a variety of ticket options available for Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, many of which give guests the opportunity to enjoy the park for more than one day or in combination with a day to SeaWorld Orlando. Florida residents in particular have a plethora of affordable ways to see Busch Gardens, as there are always great deals going on for Floridians. Depending on the time of year, residents can get deals such as two days for the price of one, adult admission for the price of a child, or even admission to both SeaWorld Orlando and Busch Gardens in Tampa, Fla., for the price of one.
If you are not a resident of Florida, however, don’t be discouraged. Out of state visitors also have many options for savings, including a two-park unlimited admission ticket, which gets you admission into both SeaWorld Orlando and Busch Gardens during the length of your vacation, as well as free daily roundtrip transportation from Orlando to Tampa, saving you both the cost of gas and parking fees.
At the gate, you can expect to pay $ 64.95 for a one-day adult admission to Busch Gardens and $ 54.95 for children. At Orlando Fun Tickets, however, you can purchase discounted Busch Gardens tickets for just $ 56.29 for adults and $ 45.96 for children. Both of these ticket prices include a second day at Busch Gardens for free, as long as you take your ticket to guest services on the first day of use and use your free second day within six days of the first visit to the theme park. You can also purchase a SeaWorld/Busch Gardens combo ticket at Orlando Fun Tickets for $ 95.73 for adults and $ 86.34 for children. This combo ticket also includes a second day for free at each park!
Busch Gardens also has many additional reservations-only guided tours and unique experiences available that are all centered on the animals of the park. The Serengeti Safari, for example, allows guests to experience the heart of the Serengeti while feeding a giraffe. The Keeper for a Day program allows guests to see firsthand what it is like to be a zoo keeper for a day. The Guided Adventure Tour and Elite Adventure tour are also additional options that allow you to bypass the lines and get reserved seating at shows, among other perks. All of these tours and programs are available for an extra fee on top of the regular park admission.
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay also goes above and beyond in terms of quality of services available. Strollers, wheelchairs and ECVs can be rented upon entrance to the park, and there are also members of the guest services staff on hand during park hours to answer any questions you may have about the park. Busch Gardens also has an Accessibility Guide for those with disabilities, which gives a detailed list of everything from where to park to attraction and ride access information.
Lockers and indoor, climate-controlled pet kennels are available for rental as well, while diaper-changing and baby-nursing areas, first-aid, foreign currency exchange, 24-hour automated teller machines, taxi and bus parking may also be found on-site.
Upon arrival at the park, guests can expect top pay $ 9 for cars and motorcycle parking and $ 10 for buses, trucks and recreational vehicles, while valet parking is also available for $ 20.