Guests no longer need to make a reservation to visit any SeaWorld-owned park, including SeaWorld parks in Orlando, San Antonio, or San Diego, nor Sesame Place or Busch Gardens in Tampa, or Williamsburg.
Although the SeaWorld parks have had a “reservations required” policy since they reopened last year, they weren’t actively checking to make sure guests had reservations most days. Now guests won’t need to worry if they have reservations at all.
In addition, face coverings are not required for guests who are fully vaccinated. SeaWorld notes that while guests will not be asked to show proof of vaccination, they ask everyone to respectfully comply with revised policies.