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Busch Gardens Williamsburg Offering Free Admission For Military June 27-July 4

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JAMES CITY-In honor of Military Appreciation week, Busch Gardens Williamsburg will off free admission to the park to active-duty members of the military from Monday, June 27 through Monday, July 4.

The special also includes discounted admission for military families as well as discounts on dining and shopping for those who present a valid military ID. In addition, U.S. veterans and their families are invited to the theme park for a reduced admission fee.

“We are proud to honor the brave men and women who protect and serve our country,” said Kevin Lembke, president of Busch Gardens Williamsburg, in a press release. “Our community has a strong presence of military service members, and we are excited to show our appreciation during this all-new event. We’re looking forward to having our military families visit Busch Gardens and experiencing a full day of fun.”

The week will feature patriotic-themed décor and entertainment, including close-up views of a military vehicle and fireworks, as well as specialty food and retail options.

To receive tickets, military guests should visit www.wavesofHonor.com. Veterans who previously registered for complimentary tickets through this program can redeem their tickets through Sunday, July 10.

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