Free Attraction Entry

Free Attraction Entry

Free Attraction Entry  – Gatorland and Crayola Experience are offering free entry to emergency medical services, first responders or military members. Get more information on what each attractions is offering!

Check out some of the family friendly attractions that are offering free admission for emergence, medical, first responders and military!


Gatorland®, the “Alligator Capital of the World”, is celebrating Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Appreciation Week in the park May 20-27, 2018.  All Florida EMS, Paramedics and First Responders (Police, 911 Dispatchers and Firefighters) with valid employee ID and/or state certification with matching ID will receive a free Single Day Admission to Gatorland by registering online at:

Once registered on the website, EMS personnel will need to print their confirmation and present with ID at Gatorland admissions.  Name on email and name on ID must be the same.  Free admission is for the email recipient and may not be transferred.  Not valid with any other discounts or offers.

Additional family members receive the Florida residents rate of 50 percent off Single Day Admissions with valid Florida ID.  Upgrade your visit by adding a ride on the Gator Gauntlet Single Zip Line for just $10 per person, May 20-27, 2018.  Make your reservation upon arrival at Gatorland admissions.

EMS personnel and their families will love the Stompin’ Gator Off-Road Adventure which departs from the brand-new Gator Joe’s Adventure Outpost building, home base for all of Gatorland’s add-on adventures such as Screamin’ Gator Zip Line, Gator Night Shine, Adventure Hour, Trainer For The Day and more.  Tickets to the Stompin’ Gator Off-Road Adventure ride can be purchased at the park admission gate or at Gator Joe’s Adventure Outpost.  Minimum height of 36 inches is required to ride.

Other not to be missed features are the Screamin’ Gator Zip Line with over 1,200 feet of high flying thrills, five intense zip lines, and a massive 150-foot suspension bridge, and the Trainer For A Day Program giving a personalized and exclusive glimpse into what it takes to be able to work with and around dangerous animals, with the grand finale of working with the Gatorland trainer in the Gator Wrestling Arena.

Gatorland is a 100-acre theme park combining Old Florida charm with exciting experiences, exhibits, and entertainment.  The park originally opened as a roadside attraction in 1949.  Today, it provides affordably-priced family fun featuring thousands of alligators and crocodiles, breeding marsh with observation tower, free-flight aviary, nature walk, petting zoo, educational wildlife programs, award-winning gift shop, Florida’s best train ride, Gator Gully Splash Park, on-site restaurant and one-of-a-kind shows including Gator Jumparoo and Up-close Encounters.

For more Gatorland information, visit us online at or call 800-393-JAWS.

Crayola Experience

Crayola Experience invites active, veteran and retired military personnel (with valid I.D.) to enjoy a free day of family fun through May 31 as part of Military Appreciation Month and the attraction’s True Blue Heroes program.

Additionally, their immediate family (spouse, children, and grandparents) will receive 25% off General Admission.

At Crayola Experience families explore 70,000 square feet of hands-on attractions and live entertainment.

Regular admission to Crayola Experience is $23.99 at the door or $20.99 online. Children under 3 are free. Annual Passes are now $30.99. Families of four can take advantage of Crayola Experience’s Annual Pass sale: 4 Annual Passes for $104. For tickets and info go to

SeaWorld and Busch Gardens

today through July 4, 2018, U.S. veterans and up to three guests may enjoy free admission to SeaWorld Orlando and Busch Gardens Tampa Bay as well as other SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment properties across the U.S. This new offer joins the ongoing Waves of Honor program that offers complimentary admission to any U.S. active duty military, activated or drilling reservist, or National Guardsman once per year, for the military personnel and as many as three direct dependents.

“The men and women who serve this country in the U.S. Armed Services are incredibly important, and we’re proud to extend our gratitude to these brave men and women and their families,” said John Reilly, interim CEO of SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment. “We hope this invitation to all veterans allows them to make incredible memories with their families at our parks.”

Since SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment started the Waves of Honor program in 2005, more than 9 million active military, veterans and their families have visited the parks for free, which represents an estimated value of $300 million.

Veterans must redeem their complimentary single-day ticket(s) online at, and the free tickets are available online only (not available at the front gate for each park).

Additional Program Details

WHO: U.S. military veterans and retirees who have honorably served, and up to three guests.

WHAT: Free admission

WHERE: The free admission offer is available at SeaWorld Orlando, SeaWorld San Antonio, SeaWorld San Diego, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay and Busch Gardens Williamsburg.

WHEN: May 24 to July 4, 2018

WHY: SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment provides several military ticketing offers via year-round in appreciation of U.S. military and veterans’ bravery and incredibly important work.

HOW: Veterans must redeem their complimentary single-day ticket(s) online at, and the free tickets are available online only (not available at the front gate for each park).

Active Military and Veterans can always receive discounted admission tickets through MWR and ITT offices on U.S. military bases as well as These offers are available year-round. Each park may have various discounted admission products throughout the year that are also available online at

Disclaimer: This Free Attraction Entry event is subject to last minute cancellations and changes which might not be reflected in this post. Please always confirm with this family-friendly business by calling or clicking.