How to Get The Amazing Busch Gardens Preschool Pass

Busch Gardens Preschool Pass

The Busch Gardens Preschool Pass is back! However, it’s only available for Florida residents. Kids 5 and under can enjoy FREE admission to Busch Gardens Tampa Bay throughout 2024 with no blackout dates. You will have to register in advance to take advantage of this offer. Kids will get to enjoy fun attractions in Sesame Street Safari of Fun, animals and other family-friendly entertainment.

Busch Gardens Preschool Pass

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Busch Gardens Preschool Pass. Sesame Street Safari of Fun

Things to Know About the Busch Gardens Preschool Pass

  1. Click here to register online for Busch Gardens Preschool Pass.
  2. Limited Time Offer!
  3. Guests will be required to show a valid form of ID (a copy of a certified birth certificate or travel passport) to verify age prior to entry. Foster parents will need a copy of your Department of Children and Families paperwork from a foster agency that includes the foster child’s name and their date of birth. Please note that school IDs or children security IDs will NOT be accepted. Parents/guardians should have a photo ID with proof of their Florida residential address.
  4. The Busch Gardens Preschool Pass offer is not available at the park. Complete online registration before you go to the park.
  5. Your first visit must occur by February 25, 2024 to activate the preschool card.
Busch Gardens Preschool Pass. Preschooler with Bert and Ernie

The best way other members of the family can visit with your preschooler is with an Annual Pass or a Fun Card. Visit Busch Gardens website for more information. My family uses the EZpay which is an interest-free monthly payment program designed to make it easy for anyone to become an annual Pass Member at Busch Gardens. I love the perks of being an annual pass holder because we enjoy amazing discounts, monthly rewards, FREE parking and fun exclusive events all throughout the year. If you purchase the Fun Card, enjoy unlimited free visits to Busch Gardens Tampa Bay through 2024 but there are blackout dates.

Download The Busch Gardens App to help with your experience at the theme park. You will be able to access your Preschool Pass as well as your Annual Passes and barcodes to use your discount in-park. Need to find the closest restroom or family restrooms? The app will be able to help you with that.

My family loves Busch Gardens because they have so many attractions that are perfect for kids of all ages. There are kid-friendly rides (my oldest loves the Air Grover roller coaster), water activities, play areas, games and shows that will provide your children with hours of fun.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

No outside food, beverages, or coolers are allowed to be brought into Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, except you may bring a bottle of water or a refillable water bottle. Exceptions may be made for guests with special dietary needs, including food allergies and baby food/formula. Guests should contact Park Security when they arrive at Busch Gardens for approval to bring in special dietary foods.

Refillable bottles that are perfect for theme parks:

Kids with the preschool pass will get access to so many cool events that takes place at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay. They will have a great time at Mardi Gras, Kids’ Weekends, Summer Nights and so much more! Watch the video below to see the Spooktacular event at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay. Make sure to follow me on YouTube for more fun content!

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