Zoo And Science Museum Dual Discovery Pass Discounts Double The Fun

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JUNE 22, 2012

(WEST PALM BEACH, FL) Families looking to get the most out of their summer fun funds can find a bargain with the new Dual Discovery Pass. Launching today at the South Florida Science Museum and the Palm Beach Zoo, the Dual Discovery Pass offers Palm Beach County residents a 30 percent savings on entry prices to the two attractions when purchased together as one ticket. Out-of-county guests receive a 20 percent savings when purchasing a dual pass.

“The South Florida Science Museum and the Palm Beach Zoo are great neighbors,” said Lew Crampton, Museum CEO. “The Dual Discovery Passallows our two organizations tocollaborate to bring families to our shared destination inWest Palm Beach’s Dreher Park. While thesavings are our way of thanking Palm Beach County residents for their long history of support, we think families will love the idea of combining education and entertainment with lots of fun at one centralized area. “

Guests can purchase the dual discovery pass on-site at either location. The pass is nontransferable, but the buyer can use the pass for one full day of general admission at the Science Museum, and then use the same pass at the Zoo, weeks later, for another full day of general admission at that location.

“We know that guests can’t explore all that both attractions have to offer in just one day,” said Andrew Aiken, President and CEO, Palm Beach Zoo, “so the Dual Discovery Pass gives them the upfront savings and the flexibility of exploringeach attraction on its own to its very fullest. We launched the new combined ticket during the summer,as we know it will be a tremendous draw for families who want to get to both venues while the kids are out of school, but are also looking for ways to stretch their entertainment dollars. We have them covered now, with savings rain or shine!”

For Palm Beach County residents, Dual Discovery Passes are $21.60 for adults, $19.15 for seniors and $15.30 for children (ages 3-12 years.) Palm Beach County guests must present a valid photo ID as proof of residency. Out-of-county guests can combine the two tickets with Dual Discovery Passes at $24.70 for adults, $21.90 for seniors and $17.50 for children.

The South Florida Science Museum provides curious minds of all ages with an entertaining and educational journey through science and technology. The museum features more than 50 hands-on exhibits, a digital planetarium, freshwater and saltwater aquariums, as well as natural history exhibitions. Each year the museum welcomes more than 125,000 visitors and reaches more than 45,000 students through workshops at the museum and outreach programs to local schools

The Palm Beach Zoo is a non-profit zoological organization located in Dreher Park in West Palm Beach, housing more than 1,400 animals within 23 acres of lush, tropical habitat. Its mission is protect wildlife and wildlife habitat, and to inspire others to value and conserve the natural world. The zoo currently sponsors many conservation projects in numerous regions of the world focusing on animals that are represented in the zoo’s population.

Both the Palm Beach Zoo and the South Florida Science Museum are located in Dreher Park, just east of I-95, off Southern Blvd. For more information on the Dual Discovery Pass, please visit the South Florida Science Museum website at www.sfsm.org or call 561.832.1988. Or visit the Palm Beach Zoo website at www.palmbeachzoo.org or call 561.547.9453.

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