Seaworld Orlando Orlando
Where are we going today?
Ready to feel the magic and excitement of our incredible oceans without having to actually go IN the ocean? How, you ask? Well...SeaWorld Orlando of course!
SeaWorld is an exciting, educational and family friendly experience right in Orlando, Florida! Not only can kids can have amazing encounters with some of the beautiful creatures that call our ocean home, but there are thrill rides to get that adrenaline pumping, kiddie rides for those smaller thrill seekers, exhibits for an unforgettable learning experience AND entertaining shows!
Phew...we nearly had to take a breath!
Are you ready to skim, glide and slide your way around the ocean like a giant ray on Manta? Or perhaps you want to be transported into the icy world of Antarctica and see the grandeur through the eyes of a sweet penguin named Puck?
Maybe you are ready to race the Kraken! We could tell you what happens on that ride...but we might just keep that one a secret!
SeaWorld Orlando, of course, also has those iconic animal encounters which will leave kids wanting to go back. Spend some time watching the majestic sharks glide above you in the Shark Encounter, or head to one of the largest interactive dolphin pools in the entire WORLD, and watch the playful bottlenose dolphins play above AND below the water!
When you arrive, check the times of any of SeaWorld's popular shows, so you can plan your day around them - when you hear what's on you won't want to miss out!
You can visit Shamu in their new One Ocean show where dancing fountains set the scene as you can feel the energy of life under the ocean. Wild Days is a great show that teaches kids all about animal rescue and rehabilitation, and Blue Horizons lets you discover the secrets of the ocean with dolphins and tropical birds....and a whole lotta acrobats!
We haven't even begun to scratch the surface...head to SeaWorld Orlando for that very splash-tastic family day out!
Say hi to Shamu for us!
How much does it cost?
- Adults$75 weekday ticket. $85 any day ticket
- ChildrenSame as adult
- Free Under: 3 years
When can we go?
9am opening. Closing is seasonal so check!
All year round.
SeaWorld LOVE having students! There are special rates for youth groups, overnight sleepovers, and nighttime events all to choose from! Give them a call to book.
There are PLENTY of dining options to keep those rumbling tummies full! From Dining with Smahu, to cafes, BBQ and pizzerias - there might just be TOO much to choose from!.
You won't have any trouble finding healthy options with all the choices.
Any Top Tips?
When you arrive, check the times of the shows so you can plan your day around them so you don't miss out! .
Doing our bit
SeaWorld care for all of their animals in the park, and everything has been designed to ensure their happy and stress free life within the park.
Need a little extra help?
They have an accessibility guide which gives you an overview of all the facilities for those guests with disabilities. They are committed to giving EVERYONE a great time!.
Strollers must be parked outside of most of the attractions and exhibits for safety. .
Can I get one of those?
From stuffed toys, clothing and merchandise, there are plenty of places for you to pick up some fun reminders of your day! .
The behind the scenes tours aren't listed on the park map, so book ahead of time, or stop at the tour desk at the front gate!.
What people are saying?
by Linda Hampton
Visited August 16 with 3 yr old grndson, daughter and husband. 4 hours into the visit slipped and fell on something on the ground and broke my arm. EVERYONE BE AWARE, seaworld does NOT care about their guest...Its a sad state when a Major Corporation cant even follow up with a injured guest on their property. I am not seeking a million dollars, just a concern and out of pocket expenses for their negligance. BE AWARE EVERYONE. They obviously care less about humans than they do about the animals.
by Krista Polaczyk
Seaworld Orlando makes me sick after watching Blackfish; I cannot believe any compassionate human being on this Planet Earth would waste they're money or time to support an animal breeding ground for complete and utter cruelty to such beautiful animals. Watch Blackfish! Anyone who reads this review watch Blackfish and FREE TILLY!!!!!
by Schizoid Spag
Best park in Central Florida! It's unfortunate that corporate greed led to the bans prohibiting the trainers from performing IN the water with the animals now. Those were always amazing shows. As a result, the shows are still super awesome, but not nearly as amazing as they were in the 90's and early 00's. The rides and roller coasters are all awesome, too, and I love eating at the Spice Mill. I hold passes to all theme parks in and near Central Florida, and this is by far the one I go to the most often. There are almost never crowding problems...Read More
by Lianys Montanez
I love seaworld y is just the best amusement park especially when it comes to halloween omg it's amazeing
by Shawn Chawla
Went last year in December and me and my family loved it. Rides were a lot of fun and my 6 year old at the time got to experience his first water log roller coaster. A lot of fun and going again this year. Although the restaurant that looks like it is in an aquarium has a great atmosphere but be prepared to pay $200 for lunch. I loved that my children had such a good time and learned a few things too.
by Schizoid Spag
Best park in Central Florida! It's unfortunate that corporate greed led to the bans prohibiting the trainers from performing IN the water with the animals now. Those were always amazing shows. As a result, the shows are still super awesome, but not nearly as amazing as they were in the 90's and early 00's. The rides and roller coasters are all awesome, too, and I love eating at the Spice Mill. I hold passes to all theme parks in and near Central Florida, and this is by far the one I go to the most often. There are almost never crowding problems or long lines, and the shows are always great fun. Like every other theme park or dinner show in central Florida, though, if you want to see the best shows, go on a busier day, as the slow days (Sundays) seem to be when they bring out the new animals who are still learning how to do tricks (like the cat who stopped to rub himself on a pole for 2 full minutes before he did his stunt, and the adorable sea otter who kept forgetting to pull his sled).
If their higher up execs weren't so dumb, they'd stop appealing the bans with nonsensical comparisons to NASCAR and start acknowledging that the whale attacks in history were provoked by acts of corporate greed (separating families, putting whales together that don't get along, not providing enough treats to reward the whales sufficiently throughout a full show so they get upset, etc.), and offer up steps they will take to prevent those things from happening (and point out that the bans only protect the trainers, not the animals). Then maybe we could see some of the great water-work shows and happier whales again!