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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – This summer you can get up close and personal with a lion at the Lion Country Safari, watch Lolita the Killer Whale make a splash at the Miami Seaquarium, explore dinosaur bones at the Museum of Science and Discovery and have a close encounter with a rhino at Zoo Miami all for one low price.

For more than 100 days this summer, the Summer Savings Pass will give parents and kids the chance to enjoy four main South Florida attractions for $55 for adults and $45 for children ages three through 12.

The pass includes unlimited visits from May 14 through September 30 to the Lion Country Safari, Miami Seaquarium, Museum of Science and Discovery and Zoo Miami.

With only one price, you can go on unlimited safaris at the Lion Country Safari and explore the wildlife of the Gir Forest in India and the Serengeti Plains in east Africa without ever leaving South Florida.

If the sea is more of your thing, you can learn about the stingrays, manatees and dolphins and watch them make a splash in their natural habitat at the Miami Seaquarium.

You can explore the wonders of science at the Museum of Science and Discovery at their mineral, rocket, and aviation exhibits.

At Zoo Miami you can watch monkeys swing from branch to branch and gaze at giraffes as they stretch their necks out to reach for leaves on the trees.

With regular tickets ringing in at almost $40 for adults and $30 for kids at some of the attractions, the Summer Savings Pass is an affordable way to enjoy the summer.

You can pre-print a ticket information form here and bring it to the ticket kiosk at any of the attractions and buy the pass there.

Ticket holders can upgrade to a season pass at these attractions for an additional $30 for adults and $20 for children ages three through 12.

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