Looking for something fun and educational to do with the kids now that spring break is upon us? Jack Hanna will appear at Busch Gardens on Saturday April 12 and Sunday April 13 to share stories about his adventures and animal ambassadors.
Jack is bound to bring his endless energy and fun-loving spirit to the Williamsburg park, along with a few furry, feathery or scaly friends. Just don't tell the kids that they're learning amid all of that fun.
There will be several opportunities and experiences for guests to enjoy presentations from Jack Hanna. Castle O'Sullivan and Das Festhaus will be the scene of a breakfast and lunch time experience. Coming from Busch Gardens, that is sure to be a tasty treat.
Jack Hanna will also be doing presentations at Teatro di San Marco Theater in the Italy section of the park throughout the weekend. Showtimes are at 11:30, 3:00 and 4:00.
Breakfast with Jack Hanna
- When: Sunday, April 13, 2014 at 9:00
- Where: Das Festhaus
- What: biscuits and gravy, hickory smoked bacon, scrambled eggs, muffins, fresh fruit and much more
- Price: $20 for adults, $12 for ages 3-9, ages three and under are free but they need a ticket
Lunch with Jack Hanna
- When: Saturday, April 12, 2014 and Sunday, April 13, 2014
- Where: Castle O'Sullivan
- What: pork BBQ sliders, macaroni and cheese, hot dogs, salad, Guiness-infused chili, baked potato bar and much more
- Price: $29 for adults, $17 for ages 3-9, ages three and under are free but they need a ticket
Park admission is required to attend the Jack Hanna presentations at Busch Gardens. Reservations are suggested. To purchase Jack Hanna tickets online, please visit SeaWorldParks.com. Season pass holders receive a 10% discount. There is no charge for the presentations held at Teatro di San Marco in Italy.
Jack Hanna is Director Emeritus of the Columbus Zoo and the host of shows such as Jack Hanna's Animal Adventures, Jack Hanna's Into the Wild and Jack Hanna's Wild Countdown. To learn more, please visit JackHanna.com.
One of the very cool things about Busch Gardens (and there are bunches of them) is the variety of animals they have – wolves, lemurs, lorikeets, a boa constrictor, an African serval and many more. This animal fan likes to check out Jack Hanna's Wild Reserve several times during Busch Gardens visits as there are always different animals out and about. You never know what you might see.
SeaWorld Parks' Commitment to Conservation
Busch Gardens and SeaWorld Parks shares Jack Hanna's commitment to conservation and “animal ambassadors.” SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment created the SeaWorld and Busch Gardens Conservation Fund to protect wildlife around the world, support habitat conservation and provide research, education and animal rescue programs. The company cares for more than 60,000 animals, including 200 endangered or threatened species, and has rescued more than 20,000 orphaned, injured or ill animals over four decades.
SeaWorld Parks has contributed more than $50 million to conservation, wildlife rescue and environmental stewardship initiatives, and it operates one of the world’s most respected animal rescue and rehabilitation programs. To learn more about this private, non-profit foundation, please visit www.SWBG-ConservationFund.org.