Set your DVRs, the ABC Television Network celebrates the unveiling of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture with a two-hour program of music, dance and the spoken word called “Taking the Stage: African American Music and Stories That Changed America,” on… Read More »ABC special celebrates new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture
Hard to believe it’s been 20 years since Disney opened its first production of “Beauty and the Beast” on Broadway. Since then it’s successfully brought 11 productions to the Great White Way, not all of them based on classic Disney animated features either. Disney will… Read More »Disney Theatrical celebrates 20 years on Broadway
Why not treat yourself to an early Christmas gift and splurge a bit on an Central Florida experience you will cherish for a lifetime. SeaWorld Orlando’s Discovery Cove has brought back their special Florida resident rate available now through December 31, 2011. Yes, temperatures do drop a bit, but crowds are smaller, which makes a difference.
At Discovery Cove, guests experience a full day of exciting animal encounters in a 30-acre tropical oasis. Discovery Cove is a paradise of rocky lagoons surrounded by lush landscaping, coral reef, tropical river, and a resort-style pool complete with waterfalls and pristine, white sand beaches. We found our day at Discovery Cove to be so relaxing, we’re very much looking forward to a chance to return.
The Florida resident rate is $199 plus tax per person for Dolphin Swim Day Resort admission or $129 plus tax for Day Resort admission. Offer includes an unlimited admission pass (no 14-day restriction) to SeaWorld Orlando valid through January 31, 2012 (pass is only valid after Discovery Cove visit). That’s a special pass just for this deal, which makes the bargain even better. In fact, if you were planning on visiting SeaWorld and Aquatica between now and January 31st, you should consider Discovery Cove instead as the Discovery Cove admission includes food.
Don’t you hate it when you roll out a big new promotion and someone in the office forgets to cross all the t’s and dot all the i’s. In the scheme of things, it’s not a big deal, in fact it’s already fixed (at least… Read More »No free Birthday Admission for you… a small glitch in Disney’s plans