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Pretty Pictures of Busch Gardens Williamsburg in Williamsburg, Va

Posted by Sailorgirlfriend.com on Tuesday, May 21, 2013
We went to Busch Gardens Williamsburg for the first time in May 2013 and we were very happy with our adventure. The rollercoasters were scary, there was a lot to see with themed European countries and animals and the weather was perfect. See the pictures I took from that pretty day at the park below. 

We bought a fun pass that's good for the whole summer because it was the same price as a one day pass for $70. However, if I were to do it all over again, I would go on the AAA website to get discounted tickets. It is $7.50 cheaper per adult and they don't offer AAA discounts at the gate, only on the AAA site. 

Pictures:

Sunny day (Griffon Ride)
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The Griffon is the newer ride at Busch Gardens Williamsburg


You can see birds up close like the one that is sitting on top of the sign here


Busch Gardens has some beautiful scenery as you walk or ride on the rides


Clock Tower at Busch Gardens Williamsburg


You can see these exotic birds up close at Busch Gardens Williamsburg


We ate launch at the Festhaus which has a free show as you sit and dine. Get ready to drop $15-$20 per meal. They serve bbq rides, chicken, pizza and sausages as well a great line of desserts.


Lochness Monster is one of the many rides at Busch Gardens Williamsburg


We were about 1 feet from this parrot


Busch Gardens Williamsburg is clean and beautiful


You can also see a wolf and many other animals as you walk around Busch Gardens.


This is one of the less scarier rides but still very fun.


Overall, we had such a great experience at Busch Gardens Williamsburg, we can't wait to make use of our fun pass again this summer. 

If you don't have a AAA card, you can also buy discount tickets here from SCbeachtrips.com's partner. You get to save $5. 


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