Busch Gardens Williamsburg

Busch Gardens Williamsburg

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Williamsburg: Busch Gardens Ticket & Water Country Option

1. Williamsburg: Busch Gardens Ticket & Water Country Option

Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, Virginia, is the world’s most beautiful theme park, as voted year after year since 1990. Wander through the classic European themed and artfully landscaped villages, resembling the Parisian streets of France, the hamlets of Scotland and the Oktoberfest celebrations of Germany. Explore all nine villages centered around six countries. Kids can sing with Elmo, feed a lorikeet and ride between mom and dad on a thrilling kid coaster all in the same day! After catching one of the many entertaining shows, head over to award-winning roller coasters inspired by Old World legends like the Apollo, the Griffin, and the Loch Ness monster. From virtual reality to carousels, everyone one in the family will find an activity they love and create cherished memories to think back on for years to come! Animal Exhibits: Spend some time at Highland Stables and take part in a celebration of centuries-old Scottish traditions. Interact with blackface sheep and their border collie guardians. Enjoy demonstrations of traditional herding and hunting methods. Visit Eagle Ridge to meet some gutsy American Bald Eagles, each one a survivor of injuries that left them unable to live on their own in the wild. Hear their inspiring stories and feel the sense of awe that travels with these majestic birds. Stroll through Lorikeet Glen and make a bunch of new friends as colorful birds glide down to greet you from the branches of a fascinating, free-flight aviary. Go beyond the haunting calls and piercing eyes of the mysterious gray wolf in Wolf Valley. Learn what you can do to help these important ancestors of modern-day canines survive and thrive. Theme Park Rides: Take a ride on Alpengeist, one of the tallest, fastest and most insane roller coasters in the world. Before you can say "boo" the floor drops beneath your feet, so get ready for what many coaster enthusiasts still call the ride of a lifetime. Experience the mind-bending climbs and weightless wonder of floating airtime at Apollo's Chariot, one of the mightiest coasters of all time. Hop on the classic Loch Ness monster which hurls its passengers along 3,240 feet of steel track into the air, over water, and through a dark cave. Join the bravest of ride warriors and challenge yourself to the 205-foot, 90-degree, 75 mph free fall of Griffon, a heart-pounding, tour de force roller coaster.

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(7 reviews)

A must do if you're in the area! Europe as it is obviously imagined in the USA. at least half a dozen wild roller coasters and more. With the voucher you could go directly to the entrance without having to go to the cash register. Tip on the side: the very expensive skip the line tickets are not necessary. We were there on a Sunday in early August, so high season, and there was never a queue of more than about 10-20 minutes anywhere. Our children rode all the roller coasters, except for the new indoor track, where we actually had to queue for 1.5 hours (but this track is not included in the standard skip pass anyway). Instead, we preferred to spend US$ 40 on a Photokey, which allows you to digitally collect and download photos anywhere all day. In addition, the preferred parking lot is worth it (US$40 instead of US$30), then you can park right at the entrance and don't have to drive a trolley... We only had the "Bavarian" shows in the Oktoberfest house. Weird, look!

We had a blast! Lots of walking and waiting in line, but well worth it. I suggest printing off the entry tickets before hand and taking them with you. That way you can go straight to the gate and not have to wait at the customer service section for them to print them for you. They do not scan on your phone.

I was a little concerned at first about what to do with the voucher , but it was a easy process. You just have to go to guest relations and they will print the tickets out for you ! My 18 month twins had a ball, definitely had more activities for the kids than i imagine.

This was my first time ordering from this website, and I was a little weary at first… but the entire process went smooth. I presented the purchased voucher at Guest relations and they printed our tickets for us. I would purchase from here again.

Great experience. Discounted tickets. Showed voucher info to guest services, received ticket and was in the park in a matter of minutes.