Aquatica San Antonio in San Antonio, TX

10500 Sea World DrSan Antonio, TX 78251
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SeaWorld® San Antonio’s Aquatica water park is one of the world’s largest marine life park. With extreme water slides to lazy rivers, up-close animal experiences to relaxing pools, Aquatica has 416-acres of epic water adventures and white sand beaches. Soak up the sun and thrills on top rides including Tamauta Racer, Stingray Falls, Walhalla Wave, and Tassie's Twisters.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our San Antonio Travel Experts
  • Wear lots of sunscreen to stay safe during your day in the sun.
  • Buy lunch before noon to avoid long lines at any of their dining facilities.
  • Bathing suit thongs are not permitted.
  • Hands-free cameras may be used on certain attractions at Aquatica; all other cameras are not permitted.
  • Guests must adhere to the specific weight and height requirements of the water rides and attractions.
  • Locker rentals are located in the upper plaza area located across from Adaptations gift shop.
  • Parking is available in SeaWorld® San Antonio’s main parking lot.
  • Cashless wristbands are available at guest relations and may load cash or credit card; you may lock your wallet or cash throughout the day.


from Aquatica San Antonio
Splash and play at Aquatica San Antonio in one of the world's largest marine life parks that offers water rides from serene to extreme, up-close animal experiences with stingrays, tropical birds, and other amazing animals. Aquatica is a tropical paradise located next to SeaWorld San Antonio with attractions for the whole family.

With Aquatica SeaWorld tickets you'll find 416-acres of water-filled fun with thrilling rides, relaxing pools, animal encounters, and white sand beaches to soak up the sun. Come ride Tamauta Racer. It’s a high-speed waterslide where riders zoom downhill head first on foam bodysurfing mats. After visiting Cownose stingrays and several species of fish at KeRe Reef, head over to Stingray Falls, the park’s signature attraction that takes four-seat rafts down twists and turns to an underwater grotto, where you come face-to-fin with stingrays and tropical fish. It’s the only ride of its kind in the world.

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Curtis L
"Great place get there early"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed July 19, 2019 NEW
Went to Aquatica in San Antonio on a Thursday in July. Got there with two grandkids at 10:30. Attempted to get the food bands at the entrance. Wait in line exceeded 15 minutes with nothing happening. Their computers were down and had only 1 window open with young teens in charge. Someone then told us we could redeem inside. Found good location under big umbrella at wave pool. This became our point of location. Went up to the first big ride and line was already long. After waiting and moving slowly, 10 people passed us because they bought speed or questions pass!! Yuck! Getting irritated, went down and left the kids and wife in line. Stood in line to purchase 4 speed passes at $86. Went back to kids who were still in line. Gave each their wrist speed pass and went to the top. I felt bad for folks who stood in line longer than me, and had to let us go through. I HATE that because I was willing to pay the $$$'s, I could go up front! Not fair!! Well,, having a speed pass Does make all the difference! Went on all the rides quickly. The steps kept getting higher and higher! Food bands for the youngsters was worth it. For $15 each got to eat and drink every 90 minutes. Pizza, chicken nuggets, han and cheese subs, chips,fries. And a dessert or small fruit. Your basic junk food. But for kids well worth it. Go during the week! Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. A lot less crowded. Also stayed at a close hotel that provided excellent shuttle service (Courtyard Marriott). Therefore, no parking lot blues, and up front to the gates. Get your tickets, speed pass, and food bands on line,,, cheaper. All in all, a great time.
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Fort Myers, Florida
"Washed up at Aquatica"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed July 18, 2019 NEW
The park is well maintained, however, it would have been nice to have more shaded areas available to get out of the sun. The walkways around the pools were very hot and actually burned the bottoms of our grandchildren's feet. There is an abundance of things to do here and is definitely worth a visit!
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"Quick Queue///Free Ice Water "
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed July 17, 2019 NEW
We went on a Tuesday and it wasn’t terribly crowded. However, midday we bought a quick queue to line jump because of the awful wait at the falls ride. It’s only $20 a person and totally worth it. Honestly, the system is messed up for families who don’t end up purchasing it though. Either the price needs to be higher, or a better method needs to be worked out. There was nothing stopping us from continuously going to the front of the line (slowing it down and blocking other families from getting on in a timely manner). Despite our kids disappointment, we did not let them keep going to the front of the lines back to back like they wanted to and were entitled to do. We had a blast and would return. Some restrooms need updating. Ice water is free! Just ask for it. Food is expensive. Share.
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"Too busy"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed July 15, 2019 NEW
We visited on a Saturday in July. Was insanely busy. Waited over an hour in line to buy food. Waited 1 hour and 45 mins to ride a ride. Wave pool was so full I don’t think it was safe. Guards didn’t look super attentive, either. They should have a max of people allowed in...this was way too many people. We did see an emergency vehicle come. Not sure what had happened but they are bound to have more emergencies.
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Houston, Texas
"Don’t go if you don’t buy the fast pass"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed July 07, 2019 NEW
We waited in every line over an hour. Only rode eight rides all day and did the lazy river twice. Early was ok but midday so packed, not relaxing at all. More like bumper floats the whole way. The lines for rides would move until families with the fast pass would go through three times. Everyone else who bought tickets but didn’t spend the extra 25 per ticket, had to wait. This was the weekend after the Fourth of July. It seemed so unAmercan in some way. We pay to go to the park but our time and money isn’t good enough. If someone wants to pay someone to wait in line for them fine. But to cut the line again and again while 90% of the people who paid for their family to go too get ignored and stand there. We are not suppose to be a class system but the fast pass makes it so. We won’t be going back. The rides are Ok. Got a little bruised up on a couple of the tube runs a person lays on their back. The sections are not perfectly lined up. The lines for food were an hour. They didn’t have enough people working in the back. Kid meals are about 9$ a piece. Adult meals about 14. Water is 4$. Excessive when it’s hot and only found one water fountain. Parking was $25-34. Locker was $25 for the day. Kids liked petting the sting rays. So grumpy from standing in line watching people walk by while we waited our turn. Wanted us to buy the fast passes but after all the money just getting in, we just couldn’t swing another 125. So, if you have lots of money, it’s probably more fun. I think they should ban fast pass and pay people to stand in line. It would keep the lines moving for everyone and support capitalism.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Aquatica San Antonio

Are all water rides included in admission?
Yes. All slides, rides, pools, and beach are included with park admission. Food, merchandise, Cabanas, lockers are optional and available an additional cost.

Do I need to wear a life vest?
Those under 48 inches are recommended to wear a life vest and must be accompanied by an adult. Personal life vests that are in good condition and clearly marked approved by the USCG - Type II or III may be worn at Aquatica™ San Antonio if approved and tagged by Aquatica staff. Visit Guest Services upon arrival.

Floatation devices such as noodles, swimmies, in-suit floatation devices, personal swim rings/floats and boogie boards are not permitted.

What is Quick Pay?
With Quick Pay you can make purchases all day without carrying cash. Simply use your credit card or cash to set up a spending account upon arrival to the park. In return, you’ll be issued waterproof wristbands for the whole family which can be used to charge purchases throughout the park. Your account will automatically settle at the end of each day. It’s a smart and convenient way to swim, slide, splash, eat and ride without worrying about misplacing your cash or credit cards.

Can I bring food and drinks into the park?
Only bottles of water (one per person) and single-serve sized snacks (approx. 2 oz or less) may be brought into the park. Hard and soft coolers, glass containers, bags of foods, picnic-style meals including but not limited to sandwiches, sodas, and alcohol may not be taken into the park. Aquatica has restaurants and concession stands located throughout the park for food and beverage purchases.

Will the park still open if it rains?
In the case of severe weather, Aquatica staff will make a judgment call. Guests adversely affected by severe weather on the day of their visit may possibly be allowed to redeem their paid admission tickets for a non-transferable, non-refundable re-admit ticket. The new re-admit ticket is valid for a single day admission and must be redeemed within 1 year from the date of issuance. Rain guarantee re-admit tickets are processed only on the day of the visit at Guest Services. Re-admit tickets will be distributed to guests as they end their visit.

Are lockers available at Aquatica San Antonio?
Yes. Self-service locker rentals are located in the upper plaza area located across from Adaptations gift shop. Prices are subject to change.

Is parking available?
Yes. Aquatica guests may use the SeaWorld® San Antonio parking lot for a fee.

What are the height requirements for the water slides?

  • Stingray Falls - riders must be 36" tall
  • Walhalla Wave - riders must be 48" tall
  • Woohoo Falls - riders must be 48" tall
  • Kiwi Curl - riders must be 48" tall
  • Cutback Cove - riders must be 42" tall and are required to have a life vest
  • HooRoo Run - riders must be 42" tall
  • Tassie's Twisters - riders must be 48" tall
  • Zippity Zappity - riders must be under 48" tall

Is smoking allowed?
No. Aquatica is a smoke-free water park. The closest smoking area is located outside the park next to Kiwi Traders.

Are wheelchairs and strollers available for rent?
A limited number of strollers and wheelchairs are available for a nominal charge. Wheelchairs and strollers are offered on a first come, first served basis.

What do the capacity limitations refer to?
Aquatica is subject to capacity limitations and may temporarily close if capacity is met.

What should I wear?
All guests must wear appropriate swimwear. Clothing with zippers, buckles, buttons, denim, and rivets are prohibited. Shirts of any kind (including Surf Shirts) are not permitted on Kiwi Curl and WooHoo falls.

What should I bring?
It is recommended that guests bring proper swimwear, sunscreen, towels, flip-flops, sunglasses, a hat, extra cash, and other personal necessities.