Hero Salute Free Military Admission for SeaWorld, Busch Gardens, Sesame Place, Water Country USA, and Adventure Island

The Hero Salute promotion is offering free military member admission for SeaWorld, Busch Gardens, Sesame Place, Water Country USA, and Adventure Island.

Any active duty, activated or drilling reservist, or National Guardsman is entitled to free admission under the Here’s to the Heroes program.

Just register online by submitting your information or in the entrance plaza of participating parks, where you must show a Department of Defense photo ID.

Check out this Here’s to the Heroes Free Theme Park Admission promotion to register online today.

As many as 3 direct dependents of military personnel also are entitled to free admission.

Dependents may take advantage of the offer without their service member, though an adult must accompany minor dependents, and dependent ages 10 and over must present valid dependent I.D.

This offer is valid for 1 complimentary single-day admission per person per year during the regular operating schedules at 1 of the following:

  • SeaWorld Orlando, San Diego, or San Antonio
  • Busch Gardens Tampa Bay or Williamsburg
  • Sesame Place
  • Water Country USA
  • Adventure Island

This offer is not valid at Discovery Cove and Aquatica as well as Christmas Town at Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, VA.

Take advantage of this Hero Salute offer for free admission to select theme parks for military members and military families.

More Military Promotions

The Blue Star Museums promotion offers free museum admission across the U.S. for military members.

Military members can also get Free Club O Membership at Overstock.com.

If you’re in the military or have a family member in the military, enjoy free theme park admission with the Here’s to the Heroes program.

Comments

  1. Scott Humphrey CSC/SS USN/RET says

    i was just wondering why seaworld , bush gardens and other parks have not encluded retired military personel and thier familys, along with injured and disabled vets seems to me we have given just as much as the active duty members. i know that at one time they did offer this to retiriees but guess the finance people decided they lost to much money. reminds me of how sony has done me on my tv i bought. thank you

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