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Jul 22

Howl-O-Scream 2014 Tickets Now Available

Howl-O-Scream 2014 Tickets Now Available

This fall, for 18 select nights, Howl-O-Scream 2014 returns to Busch Gardens Tampa with tormenting surprises and unexpected terrors around every corner. Busch Gardens’ 300 acres will be overgrown with dark, sinister, adult-targeted fun.

Jul 18

New Eco-Friendly Merchandise Kiosk: The Upcycled Bead

New Eco-Friendly Merchandise Kiosk: The Upcycled Bead

Ever wondered where the used maps and park brochures go after you leave for the day?

We are excited to introduce our new merchandise kiosk called The Upcycled Bead. You can now create your own beaded jewelry or purchase pre-made jewelry with Busch Gardens’ recycled paper. Here’s how the process works:

Jul 16

Celebrate World Elephant Day at Busch Gardens: August 9

by Staff
Celebrate World Elephant Day at Busch Gardens: August 9

On World Elephant Day, August 9, the ACC will be the central location for our spectacular events showcasing these wonderful, yet endangered animals.

Jul 10

SAVE THE DATE: Busch Gardens Celebrates World Elephant Day!

SAVE THE DATE: Busch Gardens Celebrates World Elephant Day!

Our resident Asian elephants would like to formally invite you to celebrate World Elephant Day at Busch Gardens Tampa on Saturday, August 9. We are planning spectacular events during the course of the day to highlight these magnificent animals.

Jul 09

NOW OPEN: Opening Night Critters!

NOW OPEN: Opening Night Critters!

When two stage hands masquerade as animal trainers in the Pantopia Theatre, they are soon faced with a cast of skeptical critters that don’t want to cooperate. Time is running out before the big show, but once the critters see that these two blokes are helpful and kind to animals, they change their tune and deliver a fantastic finale worthy of a king – saving the necks of their new friends and proving that EVERYONE’s a star.

Jul 07

Feathers on the Fourth

Feathers on the Fourth

This Fourth of July, Busch Gardens Wildlife Docs got an unexpected visitor who needed some special help. Early in the afternoon, the team was alerted that an injured bald eagle was on its way to the Animal Care Center. It was found on MacDill Air Force Base, at the base of a tree containing an osprey nest, unable to fly.

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