Busch Gardens Tampa Bay has announced their starting lineup of 2017 Food & Wine Festival musical acts, opening on March 4 with Daughtry and up through Lynyrd Skynyrd’s April 23 appearance. [Read more…]
Proving that theme parks in October aren’t only for horror-addicted adults, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay will host Sesame Street Halloween Kids’ Weekends this October, featuring a hay bale maze, animal encounters, character parades, and trick-or-treat candy stations. [Read more…]
Rudolph is joining Christmas Town, the annual holiday event that’s returning to Busch Gardens Tampa for 23 select dates between Nov. 25 to Dec. 31, 2016. [Read more…]
By Nick Russo
A look back at the week of Tweeted photos and videos from @Attractions Twitter feed – November 17 to November 23, 2014. [Read more…]
In only a few weeks, Howl-O-Scream will return to return to Busch Gardens Tampa Bay for an Evil Encore, featuring two all new haunted houses that have recently been announced. [Read more…]
Just in time for the final weeks of summer, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay has opened its Rising Tide Conservation exhibit, a 270-gallon aquarium housing aquaculture fishes, live coral and snails. This non-profit collaborative effort was initiated by SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment in 2009 and focuses on methods to successfully breed saltwater reef fish to provide alternatives to collecting them from the wild.
Rising Tide Conservation partners with public aquariums, research facilities, pet-industry professionals and saltwater aquarium hobbyists to protect coral reefs by developing sustainable aquaculture methods. The collection of marine tropical fish can cause damage to both the reef and the fish it sustains.
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay has been establishing the tank system for nearly two years. The aquarium will display several marine fish that Rising Tide Conservation has successfully bred, including the first successful aquaculture of Yellow Tangs, which was done in conjunction with the Oceanic Institute of Hawaii Pacific University.
Guests can visit the exhibit by the conservation windows located to the right of Jambo Junction in the Nairobi area of the park. The exhibit is open daily during park operating hours and is included in regular admission.
The SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund has supported the Rising Tide Conservation for the past five years in the form of grants. Guests can help with the initiative by texting #HelpRisingTide #BGT to “21212” and Busch Gardens Tampa Bay will donate $1 to the Fund.