SeaWorld Orlando is offering a limited-time deal for displaced Thomas Cook vacationers: free single-day admission now through Monday, Sept. 30, 2019.[Read more…]
We previously reported that SeaWorld, Busch Gardens and Aquatica were offering free admission to European travelers stranded in Orlando because of the Icelandic volcanic ash in the air. Now the Orlando Sentinel is reporting that Walt Disney World and Universal are also offering free admission today and tomorrow.
Disney is offering one-day park hoppers which include admission to Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach. Universal is also offering free one-day admission to both of its theme parks. Guests will need to show their canceled plane ticket or expired boarding pass and a photo ID.
Bok Tower Gardens in Lake Wales is also offering free admission through April 21 or until normal flight schedules resume. The Orlando Convention and Visitors Bureau has a list of other special offers on its website. Here you’ll find offers for Wet ‘n Wild and other attractions, hotels and restaurants.
Overseas guests stuck in the area because of the Icelandic volcanic ash don’t have to just sit at the airport. They can take a ride on the new Omaka Rocka slide in Aquatica, fly on Manta at SeaWorld or check out the new Sesame Street Safari of Fun area at Busch Gardens for free.
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment is offering free one-day admission to any United Kingdom, Irish or Continental European tourists stranded in Florida due to the interruption in international air travel caused by Icelandic volcanic ash.
The offer is valid at SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica and Busch Gardens Tampa Bay. Stranded tourists must present to the parks’ front gate Guest Services window a valid return airline ticket from Wednesday, April 14, 2010 through Wednesday, April 21, 2010 or until normal flight schedules resume. One ticket will be offered at each park for each return flight ticket presented. Children under age 3 are free.
Update: Free admission has also been extended to all airline crews affected by the travel interruption through April 21.
More information is available by calling 1-888-800-5447.