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Aquatica San Antonio is splashing into spring break on March 6

by Attractions Magazine Staff

Aquatica San Antonio’s 2021 season will kick off on March 6, 2021, with reduced capacity, enhanced health and safety measures, but unlimited thrills.

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Photos courtesy of Aquatica

This year, Aquatica San Antonio is extending its operating days starting with Spring Break from March 6-14, 2021, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Following that, the park will be open on weekends through June 4, 2021, when daily summer operations will begin.

“Starting this Spring Break, we are thrilled to welcome guests back to Aquatica and provide families a much-needed opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy quality time together while doing so safely,” said Byron Surrett, park president of SeaWorld and Aquatica.

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In addition to the park’s already strict health and safety measures that include increased cleaning and sanitation and temperature checks, guests will be required to make reservations, and capacity will be limited to allow guests to maintain safe physical distancing. Face coverings will be required for all guests two and older in designated areas, including the park entrance and exit, retail locations, and food and beverage areas. Face coverings will not be required in the lazy river, the wave pool, all water slides, and all other water attractions in the water park. Click here for details.

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Tickets for Aquatica San Antonio start as low as $29.99; to splash all season long, the Aquatica Fun Card is $51.99.

For a limited time, guests who want to enjoy all the thrilling rides, festive events, and memorable animal experiences at SeaWorld San Antonio plus cool down at the Texas waterpark will receive a free Aquatica Pass with the purchase of every SeaWorld Annual Pass, Season Pass, or Fun Card.

Pass Members also receive exclusive benefits including free bring-a-friend tickets, VIP parking, in-park discounts, and free access to animal interactions.  

Click here for more information.

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1 comment

Rebecca A. Ochoa July 2, 2021 - 5:47 pm

I bought a seaworld San Antonio season pass at the gate and it didnt include aquatica. I didnt read anywhere it had to be purchased online why is that so diffetent. I would of bought online but i needed ti ask a question but the phone line to talk ti anybody was impossibe to get though so i went in person ro the park n get my questios answered and went ahead and bought my annual pass and didnt realize till later that i didnt get the free aquatica with the seaworld pass which was being offered at thay time

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