It’s nearly summertime in South Florida and that mean it’s time for the Summer Savings Pass. This special pass will provide free admission to 4 different top attractions, for four months, for one low price! Just imagine all the fun you and your family will have all summer long visiting Lion Country Safari, Miami Seaquarium, Museum of Discovery and Science (MODS) and Zoo Miami – as often as you want – with your Summer Savings Pass.
You can purchase your pass starting on May 19, 2014 at any of the four attractions, or purchase your pass online at the websites of www.LionCountrySafari.com, www.miamiseaquarium.com and www.zoomiami.org. To purchase your pass from MODS, just give them a call at (954) 713-0930. The pass is valid through September 30, 2014.
Here comes the best part, the price of the Summer Savings Pass is only $56 for adults and $46 for kids ages 3-12 (plus tax). If you’re an annual pass holder at any of these attractions, you’ll only pay $31 for an adult pass and $21 for kids (plus tax). That is the best summer deal you will find! Save money, support your local economy, and give your kids a summer they won't soon forget. It's a win-win for everyone.
To learn more about the Summer Savings Pass, now in its sixth year, log on to www.summersavingspass.com. To learn more about each attraction, keep reading.
Lolita the killer whale, jumping dolphins, shark feedings, sea turtles and manatees are all here for your family to enjoy. You can even touch a string ray at the new Stingray Touch Pool or walk under water without getting your hair wet in the Sea Trek Reef Encounter. This place is a Miami favorite with locals and visitors, especially the dolphin shows. And if swimming with a dolphin is on your bucket list, you can do it here in their Dolphin Harbor. This is the top rated place to swim with dolphins in the entire state and it’s right in your own backyard. The Miami Seaquarium is open every day from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Museum of Discovery and Science
Any day of the year, you can come here and discovery something amazing. There is so much to do here for kids of all ages. From an Everglades Airboat Adventure to feeling hurricane force winds in the Storm Center, you won’t believe how much fun you can have learning about so many different things. Fossil digs, river otters, sharks, bats and snakes – and this is the short list of what you can see, feel, and experience. Mom and dad will love it, too. Hours are 10 am to 5 pm Monday through Saturday; and 12 pm to 6 p.m. each Sunday. They also boast the largest IMAX screen in South Florida.
Lion Country Safari
There are many people who live in South Florida that have never experienced Lion Country Safari, and they don’t know what they’re missing! First up, their four-mile drive-thru safari will take your breath away. Keep those windows up as you approach lions, ostriches, buffalo, giraffes, zebras, wildebeests and more. It’s a great way to start the day, then move on to their Safari World Amusement Park where you can actually feed a giraffe, ride a Ferris Wheel, get soaked at the water spray ground or take a ride on a paddle boat. This might just become your new favorite place to hang out every weekend.
Did you know that your neighborhood zoo is one of the top ten zoos in the entire nation by TripAdvisor? You can see more than 2,000 animals here in a unique, open setting. Walk it, take the air-conditioned monorail from end to end, or rent a canopied bike and pedal your way around the habitats and exhibits. Have you ever been licked by an 18’ tall animal? You can at the Giraffe Feeding Station. You can also take a camel ride, feed a parrot, or bring your swimsuit and hand out at the water play areas. It’s definitely a place to spend the entire day.