Got a preschooler? Here’s how they can get into SeaWorld, Busch Gardens & Aquatica for free

Got a preschooler? Here’s how they can get into SeaWorld, Busch Gardens & Aquatica for free
A SeaWorld trainer shows children a pair of killer whales. (SeaWorld)

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — SeaWorld said Friday that it is offering young children free admission throughout 2020 to SeaWorld and Aquatica in Orlando.

The company said children who are age 5 or younger and who are Florida residents may register for a Preschool Card that grants them free admission to the two parks through Dec. 31, 2020.

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The company said advance registration must be completed online by Feb. 3, and tickets must be redeemed by March 31. Click here to register.

Company officials said the pass does not include free parking, separately ticketed events or other discounts, but it does include special events, such as "Sesame Street" Kids’ Weekend, the Seven Seas Food Festival, Electric Ocean and Halloween Spooktacular.

The company said it is also offering preschoolers a free pass to Busch Gardens and Adventure Island in Tampa. Click here for information on that.