Stranded Europeans get free admission to Sea World and Busch Gardens


A huge volcano in Iceland has pretty much crippled the airways over Europe for the past few days, and its not really looking to improve much. To give a little bit of relief to the tourists who are stranded here with no way to get back to Europe, Sea World and Busch Gardens have decided to open their doors for free to those who have airline tickets that have been canceled now until Wednesday.

From Sea World PR

SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment Offers Free Admission For Stranded Travelers

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 starting Saturday, April 17, 2010 at SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica in Orlando 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.

Further information is available by calling 1-888-800-5447.