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SeaWorld Orlando 2020: What’s New at the Park?

SeaWorld theme parks continue to keep things fresh and innovative by introducing new rides, events, and activities every year. What’s new at SeaWorld Orlando 2020? Read on to discover more about this Central Florida theme park.

New Attractions Coming 2020

SeaWorld Orlando 2020
Ice Breaker / SeaWorld

Ice Breaker Rollercoaster

Named after the icy Arctic summits, Ice Breaker will debut as SeaWorld’s first launched coaster! The coaster showcases four airtime-filled launches going backwards and forwards, resulting in a reverse launch into the steepest beyond vertical drop in Florida. Opening in spring 2020, the coaster also features a near vertical topcoat maneuver and dives into a series of thrilling twists, turns, and airtime hills. Moreover, this new coaster will be located across from Wild Arctic.

Riptide Race / Sea World

Riptide Race

Experience Florida’s first dueling racer ride, Riptide Race, at Sea World Aquatica! Race through high speed tunnels, dueling face-to-face while navigating through tight loops as well as indoor and outdoor sections. Beginning from the top of the 68′ foot tower, riders slide through nearly 650′ of slide. Moreover, note that each raft holds up to two riders.

You can see this SeaWorld Orlando 2020 addition in the spring.

Cookie Drop! / SeaWorld

Now Open: Sesame Street

The major new attraction for SeaWorld Orlando 2020 is a Sesame Street-themed land. This all-new area of the park, which opened 2019, will transport guests to the colorful and creative world of Sesame Street. Families will be able to walk down Sesame Street for the very first time as well as connect to the laughter and learning that continues to inspire Sesame Street.

Always Getting Better

The new attractions for SeaWorld Orlando 2020 will ensure every visitor has something new to discover. Year after year, SeaWorld theme parks strive to enhance their experience for guests. With new developments constantly in the works, it’s easy to see why this park is always getting better.

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