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Busch Gardens Williamsburg reopens for a special Coasters and Craft Brews event in August with limited capacity.

6 August 2020 by

Join Busch Gardens Williamsburg For Coasters And Craft Brews

**UPDATE** Due to the overwhelming response Busch Gardens will be adding more select days through August 30th. Reservations are open.  The Waves of Honor, Military Pass & Passholders are open to reserve for new dates but are available on a limited basis.  

Busch Gardens Williamsburg is a staple of summer fun in Hampton Roads and we are excited to share their reopening for select dates, August 6 – 30, 2020.

While the general park remains closed, Busch Gardens is excited to announce this all-new limited capacity special event experience! Stroll through the charming France, New France, Ireland and Scotland villages and delight in a selection of our most iconic rides, savory BBQ cuisine, crisp brews and animal ambassador friends during our Coasters and Craft Brews special event.

Enjoy the park each Tuesday and Wednesday from 5-9pm or Thursday-Sunday from 11am-3pm or 5pm-9pm. You must make a reservation in order to attend. 


Reservation-included tickets are only $44.99 and must be purchased online in advance. Parking is $20 and is not included in the ticket price.  Again, you MUST make a reservation to attend this event due to the limited capacity.  *A purchased ticket is currently the only option available. 

*It is important to note that due to the limited capacity, active memberships, annual passes, fun cards, military pass holders and the Waves of Honor reservations are available in a limited amount as the park can only host 1000 guests.  If your date is sold out, please check back periodically as inventory availability may change. 


Busch Gardens has done a fantastic job putting safety measures in place for both employees and patrons.  You can learn more about their Covid-19 safety protocol below!


Learn more about Busch Gardens Williamsburg and their military discounted tickets & passes on MilitaryBridge.

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