Where is Busch Gardens Tampa Corporate office Headquarters

Busch Gardens Tampa Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 10165 McKinley Dr
    Tampa, FL 33612
    United States
  • Phone Number: +1 813-884-4386
  • Fax Number: 302-655-5049
  • Email: bgt.guestrelations@BuschGardens.com
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: March 31, 1959
  • Founder: Adolphus Busch
  • Key People: Yoshikazu Maruyama

Busch Gardens Tampa Headquarters Location & Directions

Busch Gardens Tampa Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Yoshikazu Maruyama

Interim Executive Chairman, SeaWorld Board of Directors

John Reilly

Interim Chief Executive Officer

Marc Swanson

Chief Financial Officer

G. Anthony (Tony) Taylor

Chief Legal Officer, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary

About Busch Gardens Tampa, History and Headquarters Information

Busch Gardens Tampa traces its roots back in 1959. It started as a free hospitality facility for Tampa Anheuser-Busch. Beer tastings were complimentary with an expedition to a bird garden and an escalator that was used to take guests to the roof of the brewery and it was called the "Stairway to the Stars." By 1965, Busch Gardens expanded and started Serengeti Plains, an African-themed park. In order to grab more visitors, it widened its focus on tropical landscape, exotic animals and amusements. In 2019, it launched its newest roller coaster, named Tigris.

Busch Gardens Tampa is an animal theme park located in Tampa, Florida. SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment owns and runs this park and is also known as the 2nd largest park in SeaWorld Orlando. People can enjoy 9 roller coasters and 2 water rides amongst other rides and animal attractions.

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  • Michael says:

    An hour to but water and ice cream while seeing kiosk after kiosk closed?? really?? Why??? Beyond absurd and disrespectful… and let’s not mention the attitude of the few people allegedly working as fast as they can .. and those managers .. the ones walking around with the radios giving orders.. well those I’ve seen plenty of, there seem to be a lot of those but few actually working to service the people at the park. Does anyone in this corporation really care???

     
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  • Katria M Weyl says:

    I have lived in Florida off and on since the early 80’s and have been going to Busch Gardens for many years. I have also been attending Howl-O-Scream since they started. I have never been so disappointed in Busch Gardens and their “vacation package”, as I have recently.

    I purchased the “package” to include three Howl-O-Scream tickets and a hotel room close to the park.

    The nightmare (Halloween) started when I received the Hotel information, but no tickets. See the package: Motel Hell at Howl-O-Scream will be the only hotel giving you frights and nightmares this vacation. Book a vacation package that includes accommodations at one of our hand-selected hotel partners, admission to Howl-O-Scream, and much more.

    So, a call to the Vacation site and a customer service rep tells me I bought just a room and no tickets. I sent them an email of the “package” and they said many people just don’t understand. Almost two hundred dollars and I “didn’t understand”. So, after an hour on the phone, they sent me complimentary tickets. But that is not all…..

    The night of the visit to Howl-O-Scream, I arrive at the hotel to be told (even though I have the paperwork with the reservation number on it) that I do not have a hotel reservation. The folks at the hotel were very nice and accommodating, but couldn’t do anything without calling the Vacation Program. An hour later, and late to arrive at the park, they send me off to the park with a guarantee that I WILL have a room.

    They did call….and bless them for working so hard for me.

    BOTTOM LINE……Never ever trust the Vacation Package. Busch Gardens caused me way too much anxiety and my time when it should have been effortless and fun. I will just drive to Halloween Horror Nights at Disney next year.

     
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