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Are you a first responder? Busch Gardens will give you free admission this month

Busch Gardens Williamsburg is honoring all first responders by giving them free admission to the park throughout the month of May. (Courtesy photo/Busch Gardens)
Busch Gardens Williamsburg is honoring all first responders by giving them free admission to the park throughout the month of May. (Courtesy photo/Busch Gardens)

Calling all law-enforcement officers, firefighters, paramedics and 911 dispatchers: This month, you can visit Busch Gardens for free.

Busch Gardens Williamsburg is honoring all first responders by giving them free admission to the park throughout the month of May.

The discount starts Saturday and runs through May 31.

First responders’ family and friends can also enter the park with a special half-off admission discount.

“This special offer honors individuals who work tirelessly every day to protect and serve our communities,” park President Kevin Lembke said. “It’s our way of saying thank you for your unwavering service.”

First responders can also get up to four single-day discounted admissions tickets to share with their loved ones.

The special offer is available at Busch Gardens ticket windows on scheduled operating days. Tickets obtained under the discount must be used during the month of May.

The discount does not include parking and is not available online.

First responders must show photo identification and credentials to receive the discount.

Busch Gardens is open Friday through Sunday until May 13. The park is open daily starting May 18.

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Sarah Fearing
Sarah Fearing is the Assistant Editor at WYDaily. Sarah was born in the state of Maine, grew up along the coast, and attended college at the University of Maine at Orono. Sarah left Maine in October 2015 when she was offered a job at a newspaper in West Point, Va. Courts, crime, public safety and civil rights are among Sarah’s favorite topics to cover. She currently covers those topics in Williamsburg, James City County and York County. Sarah has been recognized by other news organizations, state agencies and civic groups for her coverage of a failing fire-rescue system, an aging agriculture industry and lack of oversight in horse rescue groups. In her free time, Sarah enjoys lazing around with her two cats, Salazar and Ruth, drinking copious amounts of coffee and driving places in her white truck.

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