SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - SeaWorld San Diego is honoring military veterans this summer with free admission to the park.
From May 25 to July 4, men and women who have served in the armed forces can obtain free admission to the theme park for themselves and up to three guests. The passes must be used by July 4.
"My son is a military veteran and served in both Iraq and Afghanistan. I’m not only proud of his service, but of all those who have worn the uniform of our country," Marilyn Hannes, SeaWorld San Diego’s park president, said. "We genuinely appreciate the sacrifices they’ve made to protect our freedom and are once again offering them free admission to the park."
SeaWorld San Diego also offers active-duty service members free admission to the park. Those passes can be found online and require military members to register through Waves of Honor as well.