Florida teachers and a guest of their choice can receive free admission into Gatorland during the months of September and October. If you are a public or private school teacher, you’ll need to present a photo ID and your pay stub from a Florida county school in order to get this great bargain.
Until the end of September, if you are a fire fighter, rescue personnel, EMT or law enforcement officer, you too can see Gatorland for free. Again, you will need to present a valid department photo ID. You may also bring up to 4 guests who will receive 20% off their regular admission ticket. Unlike teachers, this offer ends in September.
Gatorland offers many field trips to local area schools. It is a great place to receive an education about alligators, crocodiles, birds and other animals in their petting zoo. The free admission for teachers cannot be used during a field trip, however.
It’s nice that teachers and other valuable public servants get to experience this Central Florida attraction for free. They work hard and need to be rewarded for all of the great things they do. Gatorland is just the place to learn about Florida’s famous alligators and take a break from the stresses of their jobs. For more information, go to www.gatorland.com or call 1-800-393-5297.
Last Updated on August 9, 2023