SeaWorld Orlando in Orlando, FL

7007 SeaWorld Dr.Orlando, FL 32821
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SeaWorld Orlando in Orlando, Florida


Featuring thrilling rides, upbeat shows, interactive exhibits and more, SeaWorld® Orlando offers the perfect destination to experience exciting aquatic adventures in Orlando, Florida. Guests can choose from exclusive guided tours, one-on-one dolphin encounters, exhilarating roller coaster rides, mesmerizing aquarium explorations and many other attractions, ideal for many ages.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Orlando Travel Experts
  • At the Soak Zone at Shamu Stadium, you will get wet.
  • Grab a schedule for the shows such as "One Ocean" and "Sea Lions High: The New Class" when you enter the park.
  • Plan to be at the stadium at least 20 minutes prior to the show to get the best seats.
  • Feeding animals as dolphins, sting rays, etc. are popular with kids.
  • Bring hand wipes or hand sanitizer.
  • When the weather gets really hot and you need to cool off, visit the cool places like Wild Arctic®, Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin®, and Nautilus Theater.
  • Ride the high-flying Manta coaster and epic 2D voyage of TurtleTrek.


from SeaWorld Orlando
Guests are immersed in wonder at SeaWorld® Orlando, where the aquatic world comes alive like no place else. Experience the predator power of MAKO®, Orlando’s tallest, fastest and longest coaster. Take a plunge down the world’s tallest river rapids drop on Infinity Falls™. Climb aboard and ride the mighty Manta®. Discover what it takes to care for an injured animal at SeaWorld Rescue™ Manatee Rehabilitation. Take a walk down Sesame Street for the very first time, connecting your family to all of the fun, laughter, and learning of the world famous street. Witness the inspiring new show Orca Encounter and experience one-of-a-kind attractions, thrilling coasters, and up-close animal interactions.

Seven Seas Food Festival: Feb 7 - May 3 (Fri-Sun)
Sip and sample your way around the world of international street food traditions and enjoy live music performances at the Seven Seas Food Festival. Savor over 180 mouthwatering options – from international cuisines to domestic and imported craft beers to unique wines. We’re bringing our most diverse lineup of live performances ever to the stage – featuring rock, country, Latin, Christian and more! Concerts included with park admission.

Electric Ocean May 22 - Sept 6 - (select nights)
When the sun goes down, the night comes to life at SeaWorld’s Electric Ocean spectacular. Explore exotic worlds of light and music filled with glowing sea creatures, DJ entertainment, and a spectacular display of fireworks.

Parking Fee:
General parking $25
Preferred parking starts at $35

There are over 200 acres of animal encounters awaiting you at SeaWorld!

Purchase your discount tickets for Sea World today to discover all of the fun available!


Tripster Customer Reviews

301 Reviews
Philippe Daviet
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Great visit to Sea World"
March 2020 NEW
We really enjoyed Sea world. Mostly saw the animals. Very impressive. And the animals look to be in great shape, very active. The Orca show is spectacular.
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Wanda Mcqueen
Middletown, NY
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Limited hours"
March 2020
I took the grandkids to seaworld. They are 7 and 8. I hadn't been in years and found it disappointing. First we did the all day dine but found most dining stops didn't open before 1130 or 12 and the park was open 10 to 6. Most places including shops closed by 530. The show times are very limited with only two whale shows each day. Shows only lasted 20 to 25 minutes. Kid rides were pretty good but overall very disappointing day.
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Tip: Smokehouse is best dining place but very expensive without all day dine.

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Lori Smith
Trenton, GA
1 Review
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"Trip to Sea World"
February 2020
We had a great trip to Sea World. February was a great time to visit. Not as crowded. Tripster had a great deal on tickets with a meal included.
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2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Absolutely wearthy of visiting"
January 2020
Excellent choice for adults and children
Combine roller coasters and thrill attractions with big spectacle
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Tip: Get your tickets before arrival

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Roger Thorsberg
1 Review
Verified Traveler
December 2019
Plan the whole day to see IT all.
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Tip: Be safe and have fun.

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Georgetta Walsh
Fair Lawn, NJ
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Seaworld during Christmas Season"
November 2019
I hadn't been to Seaworld in over 15 years when I decided to go the first night of the holiday season on November 23rd. It was absolutely breath taking seeing the 3 million lights as they graced the trees in the harbor. Wow is all I kept saying over and over again! The 6 special shows were first rate and I would encourage everyone to see them.
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Tip: The best price to get the discount tickets was found on and I advise you to get your online reservations with them.

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Alan S.
Pensacola, FL
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Unexpected Sea World Adventure"
October 2019
Me and my 2 daughters had an amazing time, lines were not too long and exhibits were great! We had not planned on a Sea World visit but ended up with a free day in Orlando and found tickets on for let's say a price I couldn't refuse. Great memories made and the girls made sure we rode Infinity Falls 3 x's deffinatly their favorite ride in the park. Reader beware you will be soaked after the 3rd ride. Btw they do have dryers available if you don't have a change. Thanks Sea World and for the great memories made!
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Tip: Bring a change of clothes if your going to ride Infinity Falls more than once! LoL

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Jerry Daignault
Saylorsburg, PA
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Pleasure at Seaworld"
October 2019
Sea World is a great place to visit. We enjoyed the shows, and the cost of tickets were at a good price through Tripster. The only negative there is theirs too much walking. By now you would think there would be a tram to assist people in getting around.
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Tip: Wear very comfortable foot wear.

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TripAdvisor Reviews
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Lewiston, Maine
"6yr old enjoyed animals more than I thought he would"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed March 29, 2020 NEW
Arrived at rope drop, headed towards penguin ride first thing so had no wait. Ate at cafeteria style restaurant near penguin ride as our tickets included one meal each. Shows were well done. Sesame Street Land really well done, arrived 30 minutes before 2pm parade which is really a giant street party. Interactive sections a treat, story with Big Bird a highlight.
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Kalambaka, Greece
"Hell place for animals"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed March 27, 2020 NEW
This place is a living hell for the animals, please do not visit and support this kind of activity!!
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Noelle W
"Nice getaway! The shows were informative but you can’t help but feel bad for the animals."
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed March 22, 2020 NEW
The park is clean and welcoming. They take your photo at the gate. Food is VERY pricey. A funnel cake is $10! Even if you don’t like roller coasters, visit the Manta anyway! The underground aquarium is stunning. If you want to see the Orca show, be prepared for a LONG walk. Show lasts about 25 minutes. Overall good experience.
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Winter Garden, Florida
"Two parks in one - the rides of a theme park, the exhibits of an aquarium, along with special events"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed March 21, 2020 NEW
We recently re-located to central Florida and have had the opportunity to go to Sea World 3 times in the last couple of months. The first was for a behind-the-scenes special promotion they were running. There was no extra charge besides regular admission, but you got to see parts of the park that aren't normally on display to visitors. They were all animal care areas, with a much-too-long-unless-you're-an-engineer stop to hear someone discuss the water system (hubby, an engineer, enjoyed it, the rest of us felt it was a way to pace the group since it was one stop along the path to the more-in-demand turtle and manatee tanks. Since we go to the park more for the animal exhibits, it was a nice addition to our day. Educational, informational, and entertaining, too. It was fun to see the dolphins just play - they weren't performing a show, they were just let loose in the main pool with toys and treats and could do whatever they wanted. The last 2 visits have been to take advantage of the Sea World Music and Craft Brew Festival, similar to Disney's Food and Wine Festival in Epcot, although (obviously, by the name) the emphasis at Sea World was on beer. Another difference is that at Sea World, you can purchase a lanyard that vendors then scan and punch holes in each time you purchase something to eat or drink that's a part of the program. As with Disney, there are booths set up throughout the park (they're numbered, which makes it easy to plan ahead and see where you want to stop, and to be sure you don't miss something you'd intended to try) and most sell some sort of food, and drinks which might include beer, wine, mixed drinks, or non-alcoholic drinks. The beauty of the lanyard is that you pre-pay for a certain number of items (you choose between several options) so that you don't have to get out a wallet at each stop. The cost per item is lower when you pre-pay than if you paid cash (or credit) at each kiosk. The downside of that same system, of course, is that once you've pre-paid for the number of items, even if you don't use the whole lanyard (you have punches leftover) you've paid for the items, and didn't get as many as you paid for. That happened to us, because with Covid-19 the park has closed, and we still have punches left. Perhaps we'll be able to use them once the park re-opens, but there's been no word as yet. The music we heard on the front stage was good during the music festival, while the music played by DJs in the back at a booth was much too loud. We bought an annual pass since we'll be living nearby and it enables us to go for partial days, which is nice - you don't feel you have to see it all in a day. The annual pass also gets us a discount on things purchased in the park, and includes free parking.
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Swindon, United Kingdom
"Lots of rides closed"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed March 16, 2020 NEW
Slightly disappointed as several of better rides were closed, when you pay full price for a ticket with no chance of refund its a bit annoying! Enjoyed number of rides that were open but we did pretty much everything and were done in just over half a day, did 5 parks and this was worst experience
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Frequently Asked Questions about SeaWorld Orlando

How much does it cost to park at SeaWorld?
Car, motorcycles, and RV's are $25 are per day. Preferred parking is available for $35.

Do SeaWorld tickets expire?
Ticket expiration will vary on the ticket type purchased. Please see your ticket voucher for an expiration date. All sales are final and do not allow refunds.

Are lockers available for rent at SeaWorld?
Lockers are located inside the park at Journey to Atlantis, Kraken, Manta and Mako for a small rental fee. We offer three different sizes of all-day lockers for rent to choose from.

Are guests allowed to bring coolers inside SeaWorld?
No. Hard and soft coolers are both restricted.

What is not allowed in the park?
Glass containers, weapons, food, drinks and picnic lunches are not permitted through SeaWorld’s gates. Guests with special diets needs, baby formula or baby food may bring their items into the park.

Is smoking allowed at SeaWorld?
Smoking is permitted in the park in designated smoking areas only. These designated areas are conveniently located throughout the park and are clearly marked on park maps..

Can my children go to SeaWorld without me?.
Unless they are participating in a SeaWorld camp or educational program, children under 13 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

What is SeaWorld’s pet policy?
SeaWorld offers kennels, which are air-conditioned and staffed from park open until 1/2 hour after park close. The cost is $15.00 per day ($10.00 for Passport members - excluding Fun Cards). Park guests are required to bring pet food and to walk their pet (dogs only) during the day. You may bring a blanket for the pet's comfort. Please have a copy of your pet's shot record and updated rabies tag available when you drop your pet off. Kennels cannot be reserved in advance.

Are there strollers or wheelchairs available for rent?
Yes. The single and double strollers are available to rent on a first-come, first-served basis for a fee. At the rental shop, you can rent wheelchairs and ECV's on a first come, first serve basis.

What happens if it rains?
Afternoon showers are common during the summer months in Orlando and safety is our #1 concern. So, our commitment is that if the rain ruins the fun at SeaWorld in Orlando, guests will receive a complimentary return visit to the park to be used within 1 year of their initial visit. No matter how much rain - from small showers to mighty monsoons - just stop by the Information and Reservation Counter for your return visit before you exit the park. You will need to show your original admission ticket to receive a Sunny Day Ticket. All Sunny Day Tickets will be issued only at the Information and Reservation Counter near the park exit. Disclaimer: Policy enactment is at the discretion of Guest Services. Sunny Day Ticket may ONLY be utilized by guests with a Single-Day ticket or Multi-Day ticket, not valid with any other offers.