3 Parks For 2: SeaWorld, Aquatica & Busch Gardens
FREE parking at all 3 parks
Book the Seaworld, Aquatica and Busch Gardens ticket by 31st December 2018 and only pay the price of a 2-park ticket!*
Visiting in 2017 or 2018? Book this ticket and you’ll also receive FREE parking at all 3 parks!
This amazing value package gives you unlimited admission to all 3 parks for 14 consecutive days - and can be activated anytime you choose within the year you book.
- Whether you’re an animal lover, a thrill ride fanatic or both, you’ll have a seriously wild time at Busch Gardens!
- This 335-acre adventure park boasts more rollercoasters than any other park in Florida, plus a huge safari park with almost 3000 animals.
- Ride some of Florida’s most pulse-pounding coasters!
- Take an exciting adventure through the African Plain on the Serengeti Safari
- See, meet and feed animals such as giraffes, rhinos, zebras and more!
- SeaWorld Orlando is a marine life park like no other; home to spectacular sea life shows, thrilling theme park rides and beautiful marine animals.
- Hang on tight for some seriously thrilling rollercoasters, including the famous flying coaster Manta and Orlando’s tallest coaster, the 7-looping Kraken
- Meet dolphins, penguins, manatees and more marine creatures
- Learn about SeaWorld’s wonderful conservation work in helping our ocean’s wildlife.
- With over 36 thrilling waterslides, sandy beaches, double-wave lagoons and winding rivers, Aquatica is a water park like no other!
- Plus it's just across the road from SeaWorld, so you could visit both parks in the same day
- Experience the world’s longest drop tower multi-slide ride of its kind - Ihu's Breakaway Falls
- Relax in the Florida sun, feel the adrenaline on state-of-the-art rides and slides, get up-close to friendly dolphins and much more!
Free Transport to Busch Gardens
This ticket also includes free transport on the Busch Gardens Shuttle Express, departing from various locations in the International Drive and Kissimmee areas
*This offer is valid on visits until the end of 2018.