SeaWorld Orlando in Orlando, FL

7007 SeaWorld Dr.Orlando, FL 32821
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Overview

Featuring thrilling rides, upbeat shows, interactive exhibits and more, SeaWorld® Orlando offers the perfect destination to experience exciting aquatic adventures in Orlando, Florida. Guests can choose from exclusive guided tours, one-on-one dolphin encounters, exhilarating roller coaster rides, mesmerizing aquarium explorations and many other attractions, ideal for many ages.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Orlando Travel Experts
  • At the Soak Zone at Shamu Stadium, you will get wet.
  • Grab a schedule for the shows such as "One Ocean" and "Sea Lions Live" when you enter the park.
  • Plan to be at the stadium at least 20 minutes prior to the show to get the best seats.
  • Feeding animals as dolphins, sting rays, etc. are popular with kids.
  • Bring hand wipes or hand sanitizer.
  • When the weather gets really hot and you need to cool off, visit the cool places like Wild Arctic®, Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin®, and Nautilus Theater.
  • Ride the high-flying Manta coaster and epic 3D voyage of TurtleTrek.

Description

from SeaWorld Orlando
There's only one place in Orlando, Florida where you can venture below the surface of the ocean, get up close and personal with animals, and experience one-of-a-kind aquatic thrills: SeaWorld and Aquatica.

SeaWorld Orlando takes families below the surface and above their expectations, while immersing guests in the mysteries of the sea from up-close animal experiences and unforgettable performances, to the next generation of thrills. “One Ocean” is an all-new Shamu show, bringing to life SeaWorld’s mission of education and conservation in the most powerful way yet. It’s the essence of what guests love about SeaWorld: thrilling entertainment that educates and inspires them to celebrate, connect and care for the world we share.

Immerse yourself in wonder at SeaWorld® Orlando, where the aquatic world comes alive like no place else. Climb aboard and ride the mighty Manta to find out what it's like to spin, glide, skim and fly like a giant ray. Ride Mako, a hyper coaster known for high speeds up to 73 mph with deep dives and thrills around every turn. Embark on the epic 3D 360 voyage of TurtleTrek®. And hang tight for Kraken Unleashed, virtual reality experience aboard SeaWorld’s famous floorless coaster. Race through underwater canyons and the deep, dark hunting grounds of the legendary sea monster. Riders’ feet dangle as they travel in open-sided seats, riding on a pedestal above the track at highway speeds to heights of more than 150 feet.

Get ready for an epic exploration into an icy world like you’ve never seen before. Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin, is the most immersive mega-attraction ever created by SeaWorld. Set in the majestic grandeur of the icy South Pole, this exhilarating family ride will glide, slide and transport families to the penguins’ surprising world where they’ll brave a blizzard, be dazzled by ice and lights, and then explore a one-of-a-kind penguin colony in an expanse that brings guests above and below the penguin’s icy world. It’s an awe-inspiring penguin attraction as only SeaWorld could create.

Whether coming face-to-face with Shamu, feeding a sea lion or riding “Manta”, “Kraken” or “Journey to Atlantis,” SeaWorld Orlando helps vacation adventures become lifelong memories. Next, you can play side-by-side with the sea at SeaWorld®'s one-of-a-kind water park, Aquatica that blends up-close animal experiences and rides from serene to extreme. Relax amidst lush landscaping and white sand beaches inspired by the South Sea Islands. Or try Aquatica's signature attraction, Dolphin Plunge, which sends riders in clear tubes through a crystal-blue lagoon that is home to black-and-white Commerson's dolphins.

There are over 200 acres of animal encounters awaiting you at SeaWorld!

Purchase your discount tickets for Sea World today to discover all of the fun available!


Reserve Orlando Customer Reviews

47 Reviews
Jason R.
Meriden, CT
5 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Great experience"
November, 2017
This was my first time down in FL so I booked a trip for 2 days at Disney then a ticket for SeaWorld. Be prepared for long lines to any shoes!!! We got to see the dolphins show but had to wait an hour because it gets so packed quick. you also get to chose your seats we chose the front so we can get wet lol. My son suddenly got sick so my wife and I decided to wrap it up we didn't get to see the whole park but will be returning soon.
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Megan A.
18 Reviews
"Fun & Educational"
September, 2016
This is a great park for all ages! Make sure you see One Ocean, the killer whale show as it never disappoints. Manta is such a fun ride along with the new Mako coaster. Did you know that Guy Harvey was the artist that painted the Mako shark mural!
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Tip: Bring a camera, wear comfortable walking shoes and grab a park map with the show schedules.

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Jason Lankford
Jacksonville, FL
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"fun and educational"
August, 2016
good shows; a little overboard on the conversationalist lectures during the shows
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Tip: lots of walking, use sunscreen and st in the shade for shows

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Jason Lankford
Jacksonville, FL
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Fun and educational"
August, 2016
We really enjoyed our time. The shows were good except for the constant conversational lectures. The environment and conservation are important but it really took away from the clyde and seymor show. I miss the pirates.
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Tip: lots of walking; show up early for shows and sit in the shade

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Antonia Sledge
Foley, AL
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Seaworld adventure"
August, 2016
It was awesome. I enjoyed the killer whale show and the dolphin show. The rides were fun too.
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Tip: They should get the Tampa Bay citypass

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Zarife Baltic
Erie, PA
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Seaworld"
August, 2016
We are Family of 5. Our kids had amazing time so did we.
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Lisa Greene
Wake Village, TX
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Fun outing!"
August, 2016
The rollercoasters were a lot of fun! Not a lot of places to eat though. The Shamu show was really hot and no air movement. Would be easy to install some fans in the rafters. Dolphin show was awesome.
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Lisa Greene
Wake Village, TX
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Fun outing!"
August, 2016
The rollercoasters were a lot of fun! Not a lot of places to eat though. The Shamu show was really hot and no air movement. Would be easy to install some fans in the rafters. Dolphin show was awesome.
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aalnaqeb
Dearborn, Michigan
"Fantastic !"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 17, 2018 NEW
We went to SeaWorld during Christmas break. We watched dolphins, penguins, sharks, and so many others sea animals. We also tried the boat and the tower.
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JP-in-MD
Germantown, Maryland
"Loved every bit of it!!!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 16, 2018 NEW
Enjoyed every minute. The Shamu show is amazing, I went back for a second showing and it was different than the first, both great. The sea lion and walrus show and the dolphin show were also really nice and good family fun. I went to ride roller coasters and they were great as well. The Quick Queue pass made the lines really short and was a bargain compared to other parks. The rides are a lot of fun, but there is so much more here than rides. There were so many fish, birds and sea mammals that it was hard to find enough time to really enjoy them all fully. There is also a 3 story playground structure that seemed to be quite a hit with the kids. It was a wonderful day.
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Mary H
Winter Garden, Florida
"Not only Educational but a lot of fun!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 16, 2018 NEW
We now have an annual pass and love going there just to walk around the park and interact with the animals. We went to the Christmas events. The Wondrous Night play was beautiful and not to be missed if you visit during the season. The ice show was great but most amazing were the decorations and the lights dancing on all the trees set in the water. Sea World does the Christmas Season the best out of all the attractions in the Orlando area!
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Phil P
Chelmsford, United Kingdom
"ADR/ Wheelchair access. With a Kraken Unleashed footnote"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 16, 2018 NEW
This review will relate to those who have someone in their party with a manual (push) wheelchair. So, the "mechanics" of their ADR policy are... If it's your first visit to Seaworld, you must visit Guest Relations upon arrival. Here your wheelchair member will have a brief assesment/interview.This is to assess which rides they can go on according to the individuals disability. You'll be issued with a specially printed sheet ("pass") to carry around the park. It has a list of the rides that the assessment says you're okay for. At a rides entrance this Sheet is handed to the staff member for them to check. You (your party) are then get directed to the entrance which is for wheelchair access. So, how this works around the park... Well, pretty well really. Most of the park's pretty flat, so we found pushing a manual chair okay. At the entrance of the rides the staff are polite and knowledgeable and directed us efficiently to the wheel chair route in (sometimes the exit ramp, sometimes the elevator). On the coaster rides once at the loading area you're directed to wait in a suitable place and they get you/your party on without any fuss. Because it can take extra time to load "disabled" riders, you can sometimes choose to ride twice (stay on). If the park's busy, your printed Accesability Sheet (If that's the right phrase) will be marked to show this (to stop abuse of the system). For the shows, there are designated seating areas for party's with wheelchairs with adjacent seating for the wheelchairs companion. For future return visits to the park, just visit Guest Services again and they'll retrieve your details from their file (no re-assessment needed). For our circumstances it worked pretty well and we had no concerns. Okay, the Kracken Unleashed footnote. A great ride that has been spoilt. It now takes 10 minutes to load the ride (way too long) whilst the headsets are cleaned. And why have VR for the front row??? Total waste of time. You're 200 feet up and may as well be on the ground in a simulator. The boxes that the VR are housed in are big and cumbersome, and block your view and make you feel crammed in if you don't use the VR. Please SeaWorld, restore it back to before.
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chengpao
Stockholm, Sweden
"Awesome fun with the kids"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed January 16, 2018 NEW
Great and lots of fun. They really have some of the best roller coasters that Orlando has to offer. In my opinion even better than Universal Islands of adventure.
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Frequently Asked Questions about SeaWorld Orlando

How much does it cost to park at SeaWorld?
Car, motorcycles, and RV's are $20.00 are per day. Preferred parking is available for $30.00.

Do SeaWorld tickets expire?
Ticket expiration will vary on the ticket type purchased. Please see your ticket voucher for an expiration date.

Are lockers available for rent at SeaWorld?
Lockers are located inside the park at Journey to Atlantis, Kraken, Manta and Mako for a small rental fee. We offer three different sizes of all-day lockers for rent to choose from.

Are guests allowed to bring coolers inside SeaWorld?
No. Hard and soft coolers are both restricted.

What is not allowed in the park?
Glass containers, weapons, food, drinks and picnic lunches are not permitted through SeaWorld’s gates. Guests with special diets needs, baby formula or baby food may bring their items into the park.

Is smoking allowed at SeaWorld?
Smoking is permitted in the park in designated smoking areas only. These designated areas are conveniently located throughout the park and are clearly marked on park maps.
Can my children go to SeaWorld without me?
Unless they are participating in a SeaWorld camp or educational program, children under 13 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

What is SeaWorld’s pet policy?
SeaWorld offers kennels, which are air-conditioned and staffed from park open until 1/2 hour after park close. The cost is $15.00 per day ($10.00 for Passport members - excluding Fun Cards). Park guests are required to bring pet food and to walk their pet (dogs only) during the day. You may bring a blanket for the pet's comfort. Please have a copy of your pet's shot record and updated rabies tag available when you drop your pet off. Kennels cannot be reserved in advance.

Are there strollers or wheelchairs available for rent?
Yes. The single and double strollers are available to rent on a first-come, first-served basis for a fee. At the rental shop, you can rent wheelchairs and ECV's on a first come, first serve basis.

What happens if it rains?
We offer a Sunny Day Guarantee for your SeaWorld visit. Sunny Day Tickets are issued if rides are closed for more than one hour due to inclement weather and the guest has been in the park for less than five (5) hours. Guests who have been in the park for more than five hours may request a 50% off return ticket valid for 1 year from the date issued. Sunny Day tickets will be issued at the Information, Reservations & Guest Relations area near the front of the park at SeaWorld after one hour of ride closure until rides re-open. Guests must exchange their single day ticket before being issued a Sunny Day Ticket and may not re-enter the park. Sunny Day Tickets are valid for a return visit within 90 days from the date of issue. SeaWorld reserves the right to change this policy without prior notice, some restrictions apply:

  • All Sunny Day Guarantee tickets will be issued at Information Reservations and Guest Relations area near the park exit.
  • Parking, Lockers, All Day Dining, Quick Queue, Signature Seating, and other park amenties are non-refundable and not eligible for replacement under Sunny Day Guarantee.
  • Weekday Tickets will be eligible for a Weekday Sunny Day Guarantee ticket
  • The following are not eligible for Sunny Day Tickets
    • Guests that have been in the park for more than 5 hours
    • Guests who leave without exchanging their ticket on the day of their original visit
    • Promotional/discounted tickets
    • Multi Day tickets (Two, Three Park and Unlimited Visits are not eligible)