If it’s been a while since your family went to SeaWorld Orlando, it might be time to schedule another visit. SeaWorld has amazing sea creatures and shows, but it has so much more in terms of rides and fun than ever before.
Published: March 31, 2019
New for 2019 is the recently-opened Infinity Falls. Infinity Falls takes guests on an adventure through a lush rainforest environment inspired by some of the world’s most incredible freshwater ecosystems. The new attraction features the world’s tallest drop on a river raft ride and allows visitors to experience the feel of exhilarating rapids. The ride also features an innovative elevator lift designed to transport the rafts to the top of the ride’s 40-foot drop before plunging into churning whitewater. If you love a thrill, this might be the ride for you.
Of course, SeaWorld still has some great coasters, if you haven’t been there in a while. Kraken Unleashed is themed after a massive, mythological underwater beast unleashed from the depths of the sea. 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. Then there’s Mako, is the tallest, fastest and longest roller coaster in Orlando – 200 feet high, 73 miles per hour and a track that’s nearly a mile long. Mako is a hyper-coaster, which means it’s all about speed, tight turns and feelings of weightlessness at the top of each hill. Manta is a fun, seamless blend of up-close animal encounters with a head-first, face-down thrill ride. The only flying roller coaster of its kind in Florida, Manta tops the list of don’t-miss theme park attractions. Journey to Atlantis is an edge-of-your-seat watercoaster – part water ride, part roller coaster – thrill ride that plunges guests into the middle of a clash for the lost city of Atlantis.
Kids of all ages can enjoy attractions like Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin, which lets guests experience the mystery and wonder of Antarctic life on the ice through the eyes of a penguin. The family ride combines closer-than-ever animal connections with state-of-the-art interactive ride technologies for adventures that are different each time. After stepping off the ride, guests will explore a colony of more than 250 penguins right before their eyes.
Of course, there are multiple shows at SeaWorld, up-close animal attractions, behind-the-scenes opportunities and more.
Admission is charged for ages 3 and up. Visitors and Florida residents can choose from a variety of new admission products for the SeaWorld and Busch Gardens® family of parks that provide more value and flexibility. For the best deals, visit www.seaworldorlando.com.
Also, for tourists visiting Florida, the multi-day and multi-park ticket options simplify vacation planning so guests can enjoy multiple visits to four of the Sunshine State’s most popular theme parks. The program allows guests to customize their ideal itinerary and receive substantial savings for each additional park or visit – the more you visit, the more you save.
Ages two and under are free. Prices are subject to change without notice. Discounts available for guests with disabilities, senior citizens, military personnel, AAA and CAA members. Throughout 2019, members of the military and as many as three direct dependents may enter any of the SeaWorld parks, Busch Gardens parks or Sesame Place® with a single-day complimentary admission.