If you click on the links in this post, we may earn money from the companies mentioned in this post, at no extra cost to you. You can read the full disclaimer here.
The last time I visited Williamsburg, Virginia, I purchased a Bounce Ticket, because I wanted to visit both Colonial Williamsburg & Busch Gardens and the bounce ticket saves you a lot of money.
But it can save you even more money if you purchase a Summer Bounce Ticket right now, because you can save $5 online off the already discounted price.
Right now, you would just have to pay $146 for an adult ticket (ages 13 & over) and $121 for a children’s ticket (ages 6-12; it’s free for children up to the age of 5!), and you get:
- Unlimited visits for 7 days to Busch Gardens theme park (where you can enjoy a European-themed amusement park with family-friendly rides, a Sesame Street children’s section, thrilling roller coasters & wonderful interactions), Water Country USA (a waterpark) & Colonial Williamsburg (a living history museum where you can walk around & see what it was like in the 1700s)
- Free parking at Busch Gardens, Water Country USA & select areas of Colonial Williamsburg
What I really love about this pass, aside from the great price, is the flexibility it offers. If you are staying in Williamsburg for multiple days, you can come & go as you choose, so if your family finds itself loving Busch Gardens, you can keep going back for multiple days at no extra cost. Additionally, it helps out in case of bad weather; let’s say you’re visiting Water Country USA water park and a thunderstorm unexpectedly happens, you can head back to your hotel and just go back to the water park the next day without having to buy another ticket.
The other great thing is the free parking; if you do visit Busch Gardens & Water Country USA multiple times, the parking can add up, so it’s great to not have to pay for parking.
So if you are planning a summer vacation to Williamsburg, Virginia then I would go ahead and buy this Bounce Ticket now while it is on sale. And here’s a way to save on a hotel that’s close to both Colonial Williamsburg & Busch Gardens.