Thursday, September 28, 2023

Busch Gardens 2018 tickets are on sale. Here are the prices and types of passes.

Tempesto sends riders 154 feet in the air to experience an inversion and wide loops. It is now open. (Photo courtesy Busch Gardens)

If you’re looking forward to going to Busch Gardens Williamsburg this year, there’s good news: Tickets are now on sale.

Busch Gardens has updated their website with information about various types of passes, ranging from single-day tickets to annual season passes.

This year, single-day tickets will cost $90 each.

One-park annual passes will cost $144 each.

Those who want the best of both worlds can buy a two-park annual pass – covering both Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Water Country USA – for $192.

There is also a third option for amusement park enthusiasts. For $228, customers can buy the platinum annual pass, which covers 11 parks across the country, including SeaWorld, Adventure Island and Sesame Place.

This year’s ticket prices have not changed from the previous year’s prices, according to Busch Gardens spokesman Ron Vample.

Busch Gardens opens Saturday, March 24.

All passes are good for one year and can be purchased online. Busch Gardens has not yet listed information on the “Fun Card,” which is for people who live nearby, according to their website.

Admission to Christmas Town is a separately-ticketed event and is not included in season passes.

Sarah Fearing
Sarah Fearing
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