GREENVILLE, S.C. (WSPA) – Hollywild Animal Park will be offering half-price admission on all tickets this weekend to help provide some positive adventure for those who have been displaced by Hurricane Matthew and those helping out.
The half-price admission tickets will be for Saturday, Oct. 8th and Sunday, Oct. 9th.
Adult tickets, which are usually $12, will be $6. Student/Military ID tickets, which are usually $10, will be $5. Children tickets, which are usually $8, will be $4.
Discounts are available at the gate or through special online tickets.
“All of us understand that being out of your familiar routine and home have an impact. We hope by reducing the cost to visit the Park, we’re doing what we can to put some positive adventure into a challenging time,” explained Hollywild’s executive director, Kim Atchley.
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