Exciting attractions, special events and, of course, the marine life, are always a draw for visitors to SeaWorld’s parks each year. With measures in place to keep people safe and limit the spread of COVID-19, SeaWorld is ready to welcome everyone back to experience all that is happening just in time for spring and summer.
Thrill rides and coasters recently opened after being closed for more than a year. Check out the SeaWorld in San Diego for an adrenaline rush on the Electric Eel or Manta Coasters. Kids will enjoy Elmo’s Flying Fish and Abby’s Sea Star Spin. Be on the lookout for future opening dates of popular rides like Journey to Atlantis and Shipwreck Rapids as the California park phases in more openings. Adventure-seekers heading to Orlando can board a two-person raft for a plunge down Riptide Race at SeaWorld’s Aquatica. The 68-foot slide is the water park’s newest and second-tallest addition.
The food and fun of Cinco de Mayo are available beginning April 30 at the Orlando park. As part of the Seven Seas Food Festival, the Mexican celebration features both traditional and eclectic dishes such as Elote, drunken shrimp tostadas and barbacoa. Socially distanced DJ events are also scheduled. Nothing heralds summer more than fireworks, and SeaWorld San Diego will light up the skies with shows currently scheduled through May 30.
Finally, what would be a trip to SeaWorld without some time with the animals? Check out indoor exhibits such as Penguin Encounter and Turtle Reef. Socially distanced outdoor shows like Dolphin Days and Orca Encounter are scheduled in the San Diego Park.
A safe adventure awaits your family at any of the SeaWorld parks. With a variety of attractions and events, everyone will find some spring or summer fun and learn more about amazing marine animals.