Free and Cheap
Janine is a 20-year veteran journalist who puts her sleuthing skills to use unearthing deals and discounts for families in the Tampa Bay area. Raising her own two daughters has taught her that some of the best things in life are “free” but not necessarily “cheap.”
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Teachers admitted free at Ripley’s Believe It or Not
Posted Sep 9, 2013 by Janine Dorsey
Updated Sep 9, 2013 at 11:27 AM
Florida teachers are being treated to a limited time offer at an Orlando area attraction this month.
Florida Educator Days at Ripley’s Believe It or Not Odditorium is offering free admission to teachers who present a current pay stub and photo identification at the ticket counter. Their guests will get 50% off admission as well.
The discount deal is being honored from Sept. 15 through Oct. 20.
Regular daily admission is $12.99 for children ages 4 - 12 and $19.99 for adults.
The museum of oddities is open daily from 9 a.m. until midnight and is located at 8201 International Dr., Orlando.
Other Florida locations of the attraction are also participating http://www.ripleys.com/orlando/uncategorized/educator-appreciation-days/ but the Orlando location is the closest to the Tampa Bay area.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not is known for their bizarre collections of optical illusions, shrunken human heads, wax figures, unusual fossils, miniatures, brain teasers and preserved “freak” animals.