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SeaWorld of Orlando
6600 Sea Harbor Dr, Orlando, FL
(407) 264-0846
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Journey to Atlantis
Super Grover's Box Car Derby

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Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin
Blue Horizons
Clyde and Seymour
Dolphin Cove
Dolphin Nursery
Flying Fiddler
Infinity Falls
Manatee Rescue
One Ocean
Ocean Commotion
Paddle Boats
Polar Express (Seasonal)
Sea Carousel
Shark Encounter
Sky Tower
Turtle Trek
Wild Arctic

TPR Member Photo Trip Reports
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April 15th, 2007 by Will Montu
August 26, 2006 by Blue Thunder
January 6th, 2006 by Coaster Palooza
Retro 1985 by CoasterFanatic

TPR Trip Reports
TPR's October 2013 Trip
Theme Park Review's Orlando 2009 Trip!
Manta Backstage Construction Tour Feb. 2009
Theme Park Review's Orlando 2008 Trip!

Sharks Underwater Grill is the most upscale menu in the park (seafood and steak) but is pricey and not included on the All Day Dining Plan.

If you plan to spend the whole day (at least two sit-down meals) at Sea World, the All Day Dining Plan is a good deal. The park has mutliple sit-down restaurants with above-average theme park food that are included in the All Day Dining Plan. Voyagers Smokehouse serves BBQ, Seafare Inn offers fresh carved sandwiches, and Spice Mill has burgers and grilled chicken.
Operating Season
Sea World Orlando is open year round
Established Seasonal events
Seven Seas Food and Wine Festival occurs on weekends February-April.

The park will make changes to some shows during their Christmas celebration. During Halloween Spooktacular kids of all ages trick or treat at no additional charge.
Nearby Lodging
Most major hotel chains are located near the park. Partners hotels and benefits are listed on SeaWorld's website
Access & Location
Location: The main entrance for SeaWorld Orlando is on Central Florida Parkway between International Drive and Sea Harbor Drive.

Public Transportation from Disney:
SeaWorld is not responsible for changes to bus routes and schedules. This is for information purposes only that our guests have requested. The lynx #50 bus goes from Downtown Disney to Downtown Orlando and back, but does have a stop near SeaWorld Orlando. For itinerary and route information go to www.golynx.com click on schedules and maps and then link #50 for more information.

Driving Directions:
From the North (Downtown Orlando, Universal Studios, Sanford, Deland, Daytona): Take I-4 West to exit 72 (Beachline Expressway/FL-528/Airport). Once on the Beachline, take the International Drive exit (exit #1). At traffic light, turn left. (You will be driving on International Drive.) At the second light, turn right onto Central Florida Parkway. The entrance to SeaWorld is on the right-hand side of Central Florida Parkway.

From the West (Lake Buena Vista/Tampa): Take I-4 East (toward Orlando) to exit 71. This is the SeaWorld exit. Bear right onto Central Florida Parkway when exiting ramp. The main entrance to SeaWorld is on the left-hand side of Central Florida Parkway, at the sign for SeaWorld Orlando.

From the East (Cocoa, Cape Canaveral, Titusville Area): Take FL-528 (Beachline Expressway) west to the International Drive exit (exit #1). Make a left on to International Drive. Make a right onto Central Florida Parkway at the second traffic light. The entrance to SeaWorld is on the right-hand side of Central Florida Parkway.
Virtual Queue Options
Two versions of Busch's Quick Queue are available. Regular Quick Queue gives you one-time front-of-the-line access for Manta, Kraken, Journey to Atlantis, and Wild Arctic. Unlimited Quick Queue is exactly what it says for the same rides. Note: some attractions using Quick Queue restrict you to a particular row of seats. Purchase of either Quick Queue option gets you one complimentary ride on the Paddle Boats and SkyTower.
Of course, most people think of Shamu when they hear Sea World. Shamu Rocks is a very popular show, but Believe is another killer-whale show. Blue Horizons is a colorful, Broadway-type spectacular with costumed divers and exotic birds, but the real stars are the dolphins. A'Lure Call of the Ocean is a acrobatic show. If you're up for some lighthearted humor catch Pets Ahoy! or the Clyde and SeaMore Show.
Manta Roller Coaster POV
Kraken Roller Coaster POV
Antarctica Empire of the Kingdom POV video

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