Is a lovely place plenty to do the dolphin show was brilliant and so was the Killer Whale show, has other rides which were great fun you can also hand feed the Rays which was amazing to do I would highly recommend visiting here you...More
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We've been going to Sea World for the past few years and taking the kids to eat with Santa. Now its "EAT WITH A REINDEER" !!! So now Sea World has taken Christmas and Santa away from all the kids!! We won't be going back!!
I think it is pretty self-explanatory on what SeaWorld is and what it is about. I have been here a few times, and I would return. It was fairly expense to go,of course, but aren't most of the tourist attractions/amusement parks? Particularly if you have...More
Kracken virtual reality roller coaster was awesome. Only disappointment of the day was Atlantis being closed for scheduled maintenance.
I write this review as someone who loved Orlando and all the usual activities that go along with it. I am disappointed having to write the following review. Having visited Discovery Cove at the beginning of our trip to Orlando, we decided to take advantage...More
We didn't go for the rides but mainly for the exhibits and the whale/dolphin shows. Its a great way to relax, take it easy and cool off from the heat and huge crowds of Disney or Universal parks. Its not a park like Universal or...More
We had spent the night before our visit considering the rides and shows we would want to go to - there was no point as when we arrived some shows were cancelled even though it said on the website schedule that they were running. We...More
SeaWorld is a very clean park. There is a variety of food. Staff throughout the park, friendly and knowledgeable. I would recommend the Behind the Scenes tour. It was well worth the price. We also got to pet a penguin! Krissi was our guide and...More
Seaworkd is still very clean and nice, but it's more of the theme park with rides now rather than animal exhibits and interactions.