SeaWorld Orlando is prepping for Howl-O-Scream by introducing Frost and Flame, two characters important to the haunt event’s lore.
Every Friday in June, Jaleo in Disney Springs invites you to enjoy Flamenco Fridays, when authentic Spanish food will be paired with authentic flamenco dancing performances.
If “amazing movie tie-in merchandise” has a name… it’s Indiana Jones! Disney revealed merch celebrating classic Indy films.
Pirates Dinner Adventure in Orlando welcomes adventure-seeking guests to The Lost Ruby, a limited-time “twist” on its dinner show running now through Sept. 4, 2023.
Get a sneak peek inside Marvel Universe of Super Heroes, an exhibition at Discovery Place Science in Charlotte.
As Finding Nemo celebrates its 20th anniversary, let’s look at the film’s history in Disney parks.
SeaWorld San Diego will open Arctic Rescue, the west coast’s longest and fastest straddle coaster, on June 2. The new addition is part of a full summer calendar of new attractions and entertainment.
Guests at SeaWorld San Antonio can experience “ImaginOcean,” a musical featuring glow-in-the-dark puppets from the mind of John Tartaglia, acclaimed Broadway and Henson veteran.
Kata’s Kookaburra Cove, a new play area for kids, is now open at Aquatica San Antonio, the water park adjacent to SeaWorld San Antonio.
From first-of-their-kind coasters to innovative live entertainment, SeaWorld parks in Orlando, San Diego, and San Antonio will all introduce new experiences this summer.