On November 26, also known as Black Friday and the biggest Holiday shopping day of the year, those who purchase their 2011 season passes to Lake Compounce will also receive something extra; two free general admission tickets to the Connecticut Science Center. This offer will be extended through November 28, if supplies last. In addition, for the first time ever the park is offering unlimited parking passes for only $33, to all season pass holders.
Lake Compounce wanted to offer Holiday shoppers a little something extra, and so they thought people would enjoy taking advantage of this great offer to visit another fun Connecticut attraction. The season passes for Lake Compounce cannot be used until May, but the Connecticut Science Center tickets can be used now, so guests can do
something fun right away, too !
Lake Compounce, part of the Palace Entertainment family of parks, is New
England’s Family Theme Park and the oldest continuously operating
amusement park in North America and is preparing for its 166th season.
Season passes are now on sale for the 2011 season, and can be purchased for $69.99 until December 31, 2010 (Regularly $79.99). Unlimited parking passes are available to all season pass holders for $33.00. Regular admission price for the 2011 season will be $34.99. Junior admission, which is for guests under 52 inches tall, is $25.99. Senior admission, for ages 61 and up, will be $17.99. Children 3 years of age and younger are admitted free. All tickets and season passes may be purchased by visiting www.lakecompounce.com.
The LEED-Gold certified Connecticut Science Center, located in downtown
Hartford, sparks creative imagination and an appreciation for science by
immersing visitors in fun and educational hands-on, minds-on interactive
experiences while maintaining an environmentally conscious presence.
Visitors experience over 150 exhibits in ten galleries and a range of
topics, including space and earth sciences, physical sciences, biology,
the Connecticut River watershed, alternative energy sources, Connecticut
inventors and innovations, a children’s gallery, and much more. Other
features include four educational labs, a 200-seat 3D digital theater,
function room, gift store and café, and ongoing events and lectures for
all ages. The Science Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to
enhancing science education throughout the state of Connecticut and New
England, providing learning opportunities for students and adults of all
ages, and engaging the community in scientific exploration.