SeaWorld Entertainment has announced most of its Florida parks will be going cashless on August 30, 2023.
The annual Food & Wine Festival returns to Busch Gardens Tampa weekends in March and April with great food, beverages, and live music.
The 2019 festival takes place on weekends from March 16 through April 28, and features expertly-crafted dishes inspired by a specific region of the country. And with more than 100 fine wines, craft brews and featured cocktails to choose from throughout the festival, the pairings are endless.
Busch Gardens Tampa‘s longest running concert series, Real Music Real Masters, returns from January 7 – March 16, 2019.
The annual event features music from the 1950s-1970s, along with classic entertainment such as “Ballroom with a Twist.”
Here is the line-up of performers scheduled:
Busch Gardens Tampa has announced it will open Florida’s tallest launch coaster in spring 2019, called Tigris.
According to the park, the triple-launch, tiger-themed roller coaster will hurl riders down more than 1,800 feet of steel track, 150 feet into the sky, turn them upside down and swirl through curves at 60 miles per hour. It will also move backward at one point in the journey.
This fall, Howl-O-Scream returns to Busch Gardens Tampa, and right now, the park is offering a great deal on tickets to the event.
For a limited time, buy a Busch Gardens Tampa annual pass for Florida residents, and get an All-Day Dining Deal for one visit this summer.
As part of its mission to protect animals and habitats worldwide, SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. has announced that its 12 theme parks have removed all single-use plastic drinking straws and single-use plastic shopping bags.
Recent news and studies have shown alarming consequences of the growing threat of plastics to our oceans and wildlife.
From now through July 4, 2018, SeaWorld Orlando and Busch Gardens Tampa are offering U.S. veterans and up to three guests free admission.