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    Your Guide to SeaWorld Orlando

    Harriet Evans
    Harriet Evans
    30 Sep 2020
    SeaWorld Orlando Entrance Sign
    Darling it’s better, down where it’s wetter, take it from me! Disney is so close by, we just couldn’t help ourselves, and SeaWorld is definitely the place to go if, like Sebastian the crab, you like it Under The Sea!
    But SeaWorld isn’t just for lovers of aquatic mammals and sea life, it’s also filled with heart-racing rides, entertaining shows, and tasty treats, plus events throughout the year which will only enhance your experience.?
    So, whether you’re young at heart or an actual young person (or an adult who just wants to go on some rides, we don’t judge…), read on for everything you need to know to plan your visit to the park! Plus, when you book your tickets with Klook you can be sure of free parking and the best prices.

    Opening Hours

    Summer Seasons: 9am-9.30pm
    Winter Seasons: 10am-6pm
    Check the website for hours on the days you’re planning to visit as these do vary.

    Getting There

    Parking is free when you book your tickets with Klook (we’re good like that!) and to make sure you don’t end up going round in circles on the open roads of Florida, please sea our directions below! (just in case you miss the 1,738,266 signs on your way in…)


    7007 SeaWorld Drive, Orlando, Florida 32821.

    Driving Directions:

    From the North (Downtown Orlando, Universal Studios, Sanford, DeLand, Daytona):
    1. Take I-4 West to exit 72 (Beachline Expressway/FL-528/Airport)
    2. Once on the Beachline, take the International Drive exit (exit #1)
    3. At the traffic lights, turn left (you will be driving on International Drive)
    4. At the second set of lights, turn right onto Central Florida Parkway
    5. The entrance to SeaWorld is on the right-hand side of Central Florida Parkway
    From the East (Cocoa, Cape Canaveral, Titusville Area):
    1. Take FL-528 (Beachline Expressway) west to the International Drive exit (exit #1)
    2. Turn left onto International Drive
    3. At the second set of lights, turn right onto Central Florida Parkway
    4. The entrance to SeaWorld is on the right-hand side of Central Florida Parkway
    From the West (Lake Buena Vista/Tampa):
    1. Take I-4 East (toward Orlando) to exit 71 - this is the SeaWorld exit
    2. Bear right onto Central Florida Parkway when exiting the ramp
    3. The main entrance to SeaWorld is on the left-hand side of Central Florida Parkway


    February-May - Seven Seas Food Festival
    Get your fill of local craft beers and exotic flavours from around the world!?
    September-November (Fridays-Sundays) - Craft Beer Festival
    Over 100 craft brews make an appearance, along with food items expertly paired with your chosen brew.
    September-November - Halloween Spooktacular?
    Explore the trick-or-treat trail stocked with candy and adventure, as well as lots of fun and exciting themes around the park.
    November-December - Christmas Celebration
    Enjoy holiday shopping, delicious food, and exciting entertainment!


    SeaWorld Orlando - Orca Encounter
    Orca Encounter
    Learn more about the ocean’s most powerful predator - discover the importance of play for them and dive into their amazing hunting techniques.
    Dolphin Days
    Entertaining and inspiring while also educating audiences about dolphins and their importance in the natural world. Sea and sky also unite as the show is combined with a soaring rainbow of tropical birds!
    SeaWorld Orlando - Sea Lion High
    Sea Lion High: The New Class
    Filled with amazing animal behaviour and fun audience interaction, see Clyde and Seamore (yep, those are the Sea Lions' names) go back to school!


    SeaWorld Orlando - Infinity Falls Ride
    Infinity Falls
    Beneath a canopy of lush green foliage and surrounded by towering trees you’ll find a raft to board. Journey past drenching waterfalls to unearth the secrets of this lost rainforest river. Hold on tight as you go over the world’s tallest river rapid drop.
    Inspired by the natural movement of stingrays, Manta is the only coaster in Orlando that lets you skim over the water face-down in an inverted nose dive and careen in a whirl through the air.
    For sheer roller coaster thrills, you can't beat Kraken. With seven full inversions and a 120-foot loop, this monster, floorless coaster reaches heights of more than 150 feet during its breathless run.
    SeaWorld Orlando - Mako Ride
    Named after the ocean's fastest shark, this beast is currently the longest, fastest and tallest roller coaster in Orlando. With speeds of up to 73 heart-pounding miles per hour and soaring 200 feet above the earth, this is one roller coaster that takes no prisoners. Can you handle it?
    Journey to Atlantis
    Based on the mythological ‘lost’ city of Atlantis, this combination log-flume/roller coaster takes you through sunken waterways before plunging you into sprays of shimmering water.
    Coming Soon: Ice Breaker
    The steepest beyond-vertical drop in Florida is soon to arrive. Watch this space!

    Top Tips

    SeaWorld Orlando - Dolphin
    1. The best way to ensure you maximise your time, especially if you’re only going for one day is to get there early - arrive 30mins before the park opens to park your car and get on the rides first! Dress for the weather. Florida is hot and humid, and you’ll definitely get soaked on some (most) of the rides, so light, quick-dry clothing is a must! We also recommend bringing a jumper, as the Arctic attractions in particular can get a bit chilly
    2. Go on a weekday if you can as the park isn’t as busy (except in the height of summer) so you’ll have less queuing times on the attractions
    3. Download the park app and plan out your day.? See up-to-date park info such as wait times and showtimes
    4. If you’re going to see a show, get to the location 20mins before it starts - some of them have limited seating, and that way you can be sure you won’t miss out

    SeaWorld Autism Services

    SeaWorld’s Certified Autism Center staff are trained to ensure they understand and respect the needs of children on the Autism spectrum. They have designated quiet spaces, pre-visit planning services, sensory guides, ride accessibility programs and inclusion programs. For more information on the services and resources provided, please visit the official SeaWorld website.

    Book Now!

    When you book with Klook you'll get the free parking we've already told you about, plus 3-for-2 combo entry to Aquatica and Busch Gardens included - what more could you want?! Book now for a super easy experience with Klook.