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SeaWorld, Orlando

Sea World Orlando has undergone many changes through the years, so if you haven't visited here for a while, you need to definitely put it on your list of things to do again when visiting Orlando.

And what's new with Sea World Orlando?

Well, it all depends on the last time you visited here, because of over the years they've since added Manatees: The Last Generation?, a 'live' Underwater Manatee Viewing area; the 'Wild Artic,' a fascinating simulation of a helicopter ride that concludes with your arrival at Base Camp in the Artic Regions of the World where you'll be able to get up close and personal with Polar Bears, Beluga Whales and Rainbow Trout; and of course, let's not forget about the 'Journey to Atlantis', a splash of a good time water ride combination roller coaster.

And if roller coasters are what you're seeking, they've added one of those too - 'Kracken,' Orlando's tallest, floorless roller coaster - over 4000 feet of twists and turns that takes you over hill, over dale and underwater!

For those of you who still remember the quieter and comical side of the Park, don't worry, Sea World still has all the shows you've come to know and love such as the 'World-Famous' shows of 'Shamu, the Killer Whale' and 'Clyde and Seamore' - both are 'must do,' 'must see' shows if visiting this Park...

There's another location here we would recommend as well - the Nautilus Theatre, but as the shows here are constantly changing, it would be difficult for us to say what may be featured or even to describe the type of acts that may be booked during your visit - all we can say, is that we've personally overlooked this area for many years, until one day, we went inside...and from that point on, we've always made ever attempt to see the show. We suggest that you do too...

And there you have it, our recommendations for the top three shows at Sea World! Well, er...actually, there's four. Let's not forget about Sea World's South Pacific, Polynesian Themed 'Makahiki Luau,' which takes place every night at the Park (separate admission). Fire Eaters, Dancers, Costumes and a Polynesian Themed Buffet are all part of the experience here - It's a great show, with great food!

Factoid: Sea World first introduced the Themed Luau to the Theme Park experience, over 10 years ago. Others soon followed, including both Universal Studios and Walt Disney World...

See our Orlando Attraction Tickets Pages (in conjunction with our partner; Travel Affiliates) for more information and to buy your tickets - here...

Other highlights include:

Dolphin Cove (Live Exhibit), Sting Ray Lagoon (Live Exhibit), Key West Fest (Dolphin Show), Turtle Point (Live Exhibit), Penguin Encounter (Live Exhibit), Pacific Point Reserve (Live Exhibit - a beautifully sculptured replica of the 'rugged' California coastline, complete with wave action and Sea Lions! You can even feed them for a small fee!), Tropical Reef (Live Exhibit), Sharks (Live Exhibit), Pets Ahoy (Animal Show), Sky Tower (Ride/Observation Tower), Clydesdale Hamlet (The 'World-Famous' Clydesdale Horses!), Anheuser-Busch Hospitality Center (Get a free sample of one of several beers made by Anheuser-Busch, eat at the restaurant here or just view the exhibits depicting the 'brewing process.'), Atlantis Bayside Stadium (An 'Action-Packed' Water-Ski Show). Shamu's Happy Harbor (A place to let the kids run loose and free!).

No matter how old you are, how young you are, or how many times you visited here. Sea World is just one of those places that you'll never get tired of and always seem to end up coming back to it time and time again. It's a Great Day, and a Great Park!

Visitor Notes: For those of you staying at least a week or more in Orlando, we strongly suggest you consider purchasing the 'Orlando 4-Park Flex Ticket,' which includes Sea World, as all of the Major Theme Parks in Orlando charge well over $50.00 (including tax) for a 1-Day Adult Admission.

You'll find more information about this ticket on our 'Universal Tickets Explained' Pages pages - it will save you money. Especially if Universal Studios, Universal's Islands of Adventure, Wet N' Wild and Sea World are on your list of things to do...

Time Needed to Visit: 1 Very Full Day, Maybe Two

Tickets : See our Orlando Attraction Tickets Pages (in conjunction with our partner; Travel Affiliates) for more information and to buy your tickets - here...

Minimum Height Requirements:

54" 1.37m or taller: Kracken

42" 1.07m or taller: Wild Artic, Journey to Atlantis

 

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