TAMPA, Fla. - Busch Gardens Tampa Bay announced a partnership Wednesday with CityPass, which will give people access to several Tampa Bay area parks for $119.
The announcement was made from the unpredictable Serengeti Plain, just after a white rhino wandered into the area.
The CityPass booklet will allow residents and visitors to take advantage of several parks for one price in hopes of making Tampa Bay an affordable destination for tourists.
"We love hosting millions of guests from around the globe," said Gerard Hoeppner Vice President of Marketing at Busch Gardens. "Today's CityPass announcement elevates our story on the global stage.
It brings us in the company of such great cities as New York, Toronto, Atlanta, Chicago, San Francisco, and Southern California," he said.
The Florida Aquarium, Lowry Park Zoo, Clearwater Marine Aquarium, and Busch Gardens will be included in the CityPass booklet, which costs $119 and contains tickets for each park.
There is also an option to choose to add the Museum of Science and Industry or the Chihuly Collection in St. Petersburg. The tickets are good for up to nine days.
Tampa is the 12th U.S. city to be involved in a partnership with CityPass.
The pass is available now online for purchase, but the program will officially launch May 20 at any of the participating parks.
Click the link for more information: http://www.citypass.com/tampa