WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (March 25, 2010) – Busch Gardens kicks off its 2010 season Friday, March 26, and will open daily through April 11 to coincide with spring break.
Join the fun with the park’s all new Highland Stables attraction, featuring the park’s own team of Clydesdales as well as a flock of Scottish Blackface sheep and two Border collie puppies. The barn itself also is getting a facelift. The gleaming white fencing and polished brass tack gave way to a more rustic look and feel akin to barns found on farms dotting the Scottish countryside.
Of course, all the traditional favorites are back this year as well. With a host of KIDsiderate opportunities, the thrill of Griffon and the great dining options, Busch Gardens offers something for the whole family.
Busch Gardens is offering a new way to save in 2010.
All season long, guests can save $5 on each single-day ticket by making the purchase at www.buschgardens.com/va. Busch Gardens also is retaining its 2009 pass prices, so a new 2010 one-year pass still costs just $99.95. Guests renewing their 2009 passes will receive additional cost savings. All passes include access to all of the park’s concerts, Howl-O-Scream, free parking, discounts on food and merchandise, and unlimited visits to the park. A single-day ticket costs $61.95. Residents of Virginia can still purchase the Fun Card, which also costs $61.95 and is valid for admission all spring and summer.