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With the fourth Friday free offer, AARP members can enjoy free admission to Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo on the fourth Friday of each month from June to September.
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AARP members have one final chance to visit the Beardsley Zoo for free as AARP Connecticut’s “Fourth Fridays Free at Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo” will come to a close for 2016 on Friday, Sept. With the offer, AARP members were able to enjoy free admission to Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo on the fourth Friday of each month from May to September.
In addition, up to three additional guests of the AARP member received a 15% discount off of regular admission prices.
Special restrictions apply, so please be sure to read all offer details before purchasing.