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Miami Seaquariam Offers Free Admission to First Responders

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Just in time for July 4th weekend, vets, active duty military, first responders and many government employees get free admission at Miami Seaquarium through July 7.

The South Florida attraction’s “Salute to Heroes Week” promotion offers free entry to veterans, military, fire rescue, law enforcement officers, most civilian employees and support staff from all city, county, state and national fire and law enforcement agencies. The offer also includes 50 percent off admission for up to four family members. Also, they can save 50 percent on animal encounter programs, too, by calling 305-361-5705 to book.

A valid military, first responder or government I.D. must be shown at the ticket counter.

The free admission also includes employees of correctional facilities; district attorney; U.S. Marshals; ATF, FBI, INS and IBS; Homeland Security, which includes: International Border Patrol, Citizenship & Immigration, Immigration Customs Enforcement, Secret Service, FEMA, TSA; ambulance company EMTs; and reserve or volunteer fire, according to a news release.

Regular admission is $47.99 and children 3 to 9 are $37.99. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily at 4400 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami;

Go to Miamiseaquarium.com for the deal.

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