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2013 CHRISTMAS TOWN™ FUN CARD OFFERS UNLIMITED VISITS TO BUSCH GARDENS’ HOLIDAY TRADITION

For the same price as a one-day admission, holiday visitors can purchase a 2013 Christmas Town™ Fun Card and celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with unlimited visits to Busch Gardens’ Christmas Town through Dec. 31.

imageCelebrating its fifth season, Christmas Town features more than six million glittering lights, breathtaking shows, unique shopping experiences and traditional culinary delights. With unlimited visits, families can slow down and create their own holiday traditions all season long. Guests can take a step into the not-so-distant-past at Holiday Hills™, visit Santa at his North Pole workshop or just stroll through the park and let the warmth of the season take over while they sip a mug of Busch Gardens’ signature peppermint fudge hot chocolate.

The 2013 Christmas Town Fun Card costs the same as a single-day admission to Busch Gardens’ Christmas Town and provides unlimited visits to the park during the holiday event. For more information, including the operating schedule, visit www.christmastown.com/va.

The Christmas Town Pass is the best deal available for active Annual Pass members. The Christmas Town Pass combines unlimited admission to Christmas Town with pass member benefits like free parking, in-park discounts and discounts on single-day Christmas Town tickets for friends and family. Annual Pass members can add a Christmas Town Pass to their membership for the price of a single-day ticket to Christmas Town. Complete details on the 2013 Christmas Town Pass are available at www.bgwpass.com.

The lights of Christmas Town turn on Nov. 22 and twinkle select days until Dec. 31. Visit www.christmastown.com/va for complete details.

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