Translate this page

Annual promotion allowing free admission for children to San Diego theme parks and museums starts today


Tuesday, October 1st, 2013
Issue 40, Volume 17.


SAN DIEGO - The San Diego Tourism Authority's annual promotion in which children receive free admission to San Diego area theme parks and museums during the month of October begins today.

Among the so-called "Kidvasion" deals are free admission to the San Diego Zoo and Safari Park, museums in Balboa Park, Birch Aquarium in La Jolla, Legoland California in Carlsbad, Sea World San Diego and the USS Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum.

The zoo and Safari Park are planning children's activities throughout the month, including a musical production featuring the Fisher-Price Little People.

Youngsters will also be able to eat for free at many hotel restaurants throughout the region.

Most of the bargains are for Advertisement
Advertisement for Berry-Bell and Hall Mortuary
[ Berry-Bell and Hall Mortuary ]
youth aged 12 and under, but the deals and restrictions vary by venue. The restrictions generally limit the freebies to a corresponding number of adult admissions.

The zoo has offered kids-free Octobers for more than 25 years. Area tourism officials expanded the program last year to get families to extend the summer traveling season into a month when tourism traditionally falls off.

Other offerings include unlimited ride wristbands at Belmont Park at Mission Beach, free train rides on the Coaster and Amtrak's Pacific Surfline -- between San Diego and Oceanside only -- and a free surf lesson at the Surf Diva Surf School in La Jolla.

A list of deals is online at sandiego.org.


 

4 comments

Comment Profile ImageLee
Comment #1 | Tuesday, Oct 1, 2013 at 7:15 am
Kids should have FREE admission year round! And I ain't just talking about the kids of our military-industrial complex neither.
Comment Profile Imageshannan buffolino
Comment #2 | Wednesday, Oct 2, 2013 at 9:47 am
this is nice!
Comment Profile ImageUSMC Family
Comment #3 | Saturday, Oct 5, 2013 at 10:39 pm
It seems like a great program but what about the thousands of military families up at Camp Pendleton? Those areas are often too far for us.
Comment Profile Imagetax payer
Comment #4 | Sunday, Oct 6, 2013 at 2:28 pm
The price of having a child is actually paying for it. If you can't afford the kids museum entrance fee, you can't afford to have a kid.

Article Comments are contributed by our readers, and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Fallbrook Village News staff. The name listed as the author for comments cannot be verified; Comment authors are not guaranteed to be who they claim they are.

 

Add your Comment


Name

Images, Formatting, or HTML is not allowed : plain text only. You may post up to 5 website addresses within your comment.




Disclaimer

The Fallbrook Village News has tightened its' policy regarding comments.
While we invite you to contribute your opinions and thoughts, we request that you refrain from using vulgar or obscene words and post only comments that directly pertain to the specific topic of the story or article.
Comments that are derogatory in nature have a high likelihood for editing or non-approval if they carry the possibility of being libelous.
The comment system is not intended as a forum for individuals or groups to air personal grievances against other individuals or groups.
Please, no advertising or trolling.
In posting a comment for consideration, users understand that their posts may be edited as necessary to meet system parameters, or the post may not be approved at all. By submitting a comment, you agree to all the rules and guidelines described here.
Most comments are approved or disregarded within one business day.

RSS FeedFacebookTwitter



Advertisement for Fallbrook Healthcare Partners





Subscribe




Most Commented


Reach Local Customers



The Fallbrook Village News The Fallbrook Village News
760-723-7319 - 1588 S. Mission Rd. Suite 200, Fallbrook CA 92028
All contents copyright ©2014
About Us
Earthquake Information
Business Listings
Contact Us
Letter to the Editor
Report a website error
Sitemap
Online Digital Edition
RSS Feeds
Login