- Admission to Busch Gardens Williamsburg
- Enjoy a day of family fun near Washington DC
- Travel back in time to Old World Europe
- Ride some of the world's best roller coasters
- Watch entertaining shows
- A perfect family outing!
What You Can Expect
With dozens of thrilling rides and attractions, 10 main stage shows, a wide variety of authentic foods and shops, and a magical children's area, Busch Gardens Williamsburg is your ticket to a world-class adventure for your whole family.
Please note: General admission is seasonal from March to October only.
Select Attractions and Rides:
Griffon was the world's tallest and first floorless dive coaster when it opened in 2007. A highlight of Busch Gardens, Griffon plunges thrill-seekers down from a height of 205 feet at 75 mph (120 kph). Named for a mythical beast that is part eagle and part lion, Griffon is an adrenaline-pumping adventure that's unlike any coaster experience in the world.
Curse of DarKastle: The Ride
Deep in the snow-drift hills of Bavaria sits a grand castle frozen in time. Journey to the other side during this bone-chilling chase packed with dizzying drops, fog, shattering ice and pyrotechnic special effects.
A snow monster notorious for once stalking the French and German Alps, Alpengeist is rumored to be lurking in the shadows of Busch Gardens' Germany. Marks of its mischief are evident as the roller coaster careens uncontrollably, propelling riders on a dynamic, high-speed journey.
Hold on to your seats as the park's thrilling “hypercoaster,” Apollo's Chariot, plummets guests a combined 825 feet (251meters), more than any other steel roller coaster in the world.
The Big Bad Wolf
Among the world's first suspended roller coasters, The Big Bad Wolf sends guests "howling" at the speed of fright. Suspended from an overhead track, riders fly seemingly out-of-control through a deserted Bavarian village.
Loch Ness Monster
The World's first interlocking, double-looping, steel roller coaster is continually rated a favorite by park guests, this classic ride gives you a peek at Scotland's most infamous serpent as it hurls you along 3,240 feet (987.5 meters) of steel track into the air, over water and through a dark cave.
Water Country USA
As the mid-Atlantic's largest water park, Water Country USA offers 43 acres (17 hectares) of pools, children's play areas, lazy rivers and water rides. Your family will have a blast at Rock 'n' Roll Island®, featuring nearly 600 feet (182 meters) of body slides, a 700-foot (213 meters) lazy river and a 9,000-square-foot pool (2743 meters). Rock 'n' Roll Island celebrates the music of the 1950s and '60s -- the era in which all of Water Country USA is themed. If you want to relax, the park has about 1,500 free lounge chairs and 16 private cabanas for rent.
Select Shows (some shows may be seasonal and subject to change):
Enjoy a contemporary fusion of traditional Irish dance with original soundtrack and live musical performances! Hailing primarily from Dublin, Ireland, the cast of 20 features 14 dancers, two vocalists and four musicians. The ever-popular Emerald Isle extravaganza will amaze audiences with its powerful dance elements.
More Pet Shenanigans
This lively and hilarious show features wacky shenanigans and amazing tricks of dogs, cats, birds and other animals. Performed daily at the Shenanigans Theatre, these animal celebrities will astonish you.
Summer nights jump to life at Busch Gardens' Royal Palace Theatre with Kinetix, a visual explosion of acrobats, dramatic lighting and driving rock 'n' roll. Kinetix is filled with extreme athleticism and features singers, dancers, aerialists and specialty performers from around the globe.
Stroll along the streets of an interactive Italian festival in the San Marco section of the park. Dazzling performers will entertain you at Festivale Italiano three times daily with wonderful music, dancing and amazing acts. It's a festival full of fun for the whole family.
Sunny Days Celebration
You and your kids can sing and dance along with your favorite Sesame Street friends several times a day during the new Sunny Days Celebration. Join Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Grover, Cookie Monster and Zoe as they take to the Sesame Street Forest of Fun stage for their new song and dance performance.
Forest of Fun
Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street? Now, you can just follow the signs to Busch Gardens. Elmo, Big Bird, Abby Cadabby and other Sesame Street characters are now at the world's most beautiful theme park. Sesame Street Forest of Fun is Busch Gardens' newest attraction and just for children and their families. This new area features family-friendly rides, playgrounds and a 4-D Sesame Street movie. Your child can meet his or her favorite Sesame Street character and capture the moment with a photo.
Rides, attractions and shows subject to change.