Cheers to ‘Coasters and Craft Brews’ at Busch Gardens Williamsburg
Busch Gardens Williamsburg remains closed, but the theme park has announced an all-new special outdoor experience called Coasters and Craft Brews.
The specially-ticketed event will include access to a selection of park attractions, including three of the park’s iconic roller coasters and the high flying Screamin’ Swing, all accompanied by delicious barbeque specialties and ice-cold local and craft brews.
“We want to thank our guests for their patience,” said Kevin Lembke, president of Busch Gardens Williamsburg. “The health and safety of our guests and employees is our foremost priority, and we are working hard to prepare the park for this special event so guests can join us for a fun and safe experience.”
During Coasters and Craft Brews, parkgoers can explore and shop in select villages, including Ireland, Scotland, France, and New France, before taking on some of their favorite coasters: InvadR, Griffon, Loch Ness Monster, and the park’s newest high-thrill attraction, Finnegan’s Flyer. Plus, guests can enjoy barbeque favorites like hickory and oak-smoked spareribs and famous slow-smoked chicken at Trapper’s Smokehouse along with a selection of more than 20 local and craft beers at Grogan’s Pub.
And don’t forget to stop by and say hello to Busch Gardens’ famous Clydesdales!
Coasters and Craft Brews will run Aug. 6-23, on Thursdays through Sundays with your choice of 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. or 5-9 p.m. reservation windows.
Special event tickets are available for $44.99 for guests age 3 and up. Guests also have the option to purchase a membership for as low as $10.99 per month with no down payment. Click here for details about membership plans.
Capacity for this special event will be limited to maintain physical distancing, and reservations are required. Click here to make a reservation.
In compliance with state safety guidelines, the park will operate with enhanced health and safety protocols for cleaning and sanitizing, physical distancing, face-covering requirements, and temperature screenings. Click here for more information.