One of the best ways to save money on family fun is with a Free Preschool Pass to your favorite theme park. Find out which theme parks across the country offer them and how to register!
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Which theme parks offer a Free Preschool Pass?
All 12 of these family theme parks offer a Free Pre-K Pass or Free Preschool Pass good through the park's season.
Most of these offers open up in December the prior year. If you have missed one this year, mark your calendar so you can catch it next year!
- Busch Gardens Tampa Bay — only for FL residents
Tampa Bay, Florida
- Busch Gardens Williamsburg
Charlotte, North Carolina
- Cedar Point
- Dorney Park
- Kings Dominion
outside Richmond, Virginia
- Legoland Florida for 3 & 4-year olds only — and before Feb. 3rd!
Cypress Gardens, Florida
- SeaWorld Orlando — only for FL residents
- SeaWorld San Antonio
San Antonio, Texas
- SeaWorld San Diego
San Diego, California
- Valley Fair
outside Minneapolis, Minnesota
- Worlds of Fun
Kansas City, Missouri
What documents do I need to register for a Free Preschool Pass?
All of these offers require proof of your child's age. You can do this by showing your child's official birth certificate or travel passport.
Who is eligible for a Free Preschool Pass?
Since most family theme parks do not charge admission for children up to 2 years old, these offers are meant for kids ages 3-5. Be sure to read the FAQ at each park's website for the exact rules.
Does Disneyworld or Disneyland offer a preschool pass?
No, none of the six US Disney Parks offer a free Pre-K pass. However, children under 3 years old get in for free.
Is there a Six Flags Pre-K pass?
No, none of the Six Flags parks or water parks offer a free pass for young children. Sorry there's no Six Flags preschool pass! However, children 2 and under get in free.
Does Universal Studios offer a free preschool pass?
No, Universal Orlando, Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios Hollywood do not offer a free Pre-K pass. Kids under 3 are free.
More free admission offers
Preschoolers aren't the only ones who can get in free at family theme parks across the country. Learn more here: