Busch Gardens in Tampa, Florida, was opened on March 31, 1959, as a hospitality feature of the Anehauser Busch corporation. Originally, the business was admission free, with beer tasting, an extensive bird aviary, and an escalator ride to the top of the beer-making facility.
Today, this African themed amusement park is owned by Seaworld Entertainment. The company features roller coasters, water rides, and a Serengeti railway which runs through the 129-acre animal park with exotic animals roaming freely.
The park is open all year and covers more than 335 acres. The company states that they had 4.1 million visitors in 2014, making this the 26th most popular theme park in the world.
In April 2019, the company laid off an undisclosed number of employees in order to be “more efficient”, while spending millions to open new rides.
The address listed below is for corporate office mail and is not the address of the theme park itself.