Festive fun returns with enhanced health and safety measures to SeaWorld Orlando this holiday season with SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration, happening Nov. 14 – Dec. 31.[Read more…]
Guests can now beat the heat and get refreshed at the new Glacier Bar, now open at SeaWorld Orlando.[Read more…]
SeaWorld Orlando has announced the return of its Inside Look offering for this fall, now modified for limited capacity and safe physical distancing.[Read more…]
With the upgrade from 4G cellular data offerings to 5G comes faster and more reliable Instagram story uploads, Facetime calls, video downloads, and YouTube live streaming. While some theme parks offer wi-fi, it can be spotty or slow when the parks are busy. Some Android phones already offer 5G, and now Apple has announced new 5G capable iPhones, so we compared data between three of America’s biggest cell providers, AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile, to show you how your new 5G phone may handle in the parks.[Read more…]
Purchase a Fun Card for the same price as a single-day admission to SeaWorld or Busch Gardens parks and get admission for the rest of 2020 and all of 2021 for free![Read more…]
With most theme parks reopen from the COVID shutdown, everyone is getting used to new social distancing and mask mandates. The big name parks are always in the spotlight when it comes to showcasing their new safety requirements and how they’re handled, but one park that often gets overlooked is SeaWorld’s Discovery Cove. We were invited to the park to see how they’ve changed their experiences to better suit the times.
Guests can watch a spooky movie under the stars this fall at SeaWorld Orlando with “Flicks & Frights,” offering a nostalgic, limited capacity experience through Oct. 31.[Read more…]