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Orlando Theme Park & Animal Experiences | SeaWorld Orlando

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Thrilling rides, amazing animals and incredible events. Save up to $50 when you book online in advance.
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Visit SeaWorld, where you can experience Orlando's tallest, fastest and longest roller coaster; get up close to incredible animals; take the plunge this summer on Infinity Falls, SeaWorld's new white water raft ride with the tallest drop of its kind.
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Food Festival

Set sail on a taste adventure with all new food selections and rocking concerts at the Seven Seas Food Festival.  Join us this Saturday and Sunday for concerts and flavors you won't want to miss.

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Seven Seas Food Festival
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Infinity Falls

Climb aboard your raft for a journey of discovery, where you and your family will brave class IV river rapids. Hang on as the roaring world class rapids send you flying through chutes before you plunge down the tallest drop of its kind into churning whitewater.

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Infinity Falls at SeaWorld
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Killer Whales

Get even closer to these majestic animals by embarking on a behind-the-scenes tour or enjoying a delicious meal at Dine with Shamu.  

Up-Close Tour Dine with Shamu
See Killer Whales up-close with a tour or a dining experience.

Pin Trading

Join the fun with SeaWorld's new pin trading program. Buy and trade to collect your favorites.

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Our Mission

For more than five decades, the SeaWorld Rescue team has provided a second chance at life to more than 31,000 animals, always with the goal of rehabilitating them and returning them to the wild.

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It's World Frog Day, and we wanted to give a shout-out to the amazing poison dart frog. Not naturally toxic, they get their toxins from the insects they eat. While only a thumbnail to a quarter in size, their bright colors actually deter predators which is why they are seen during daylight hours more often than other frogs. They are found in tropical climates all over the world and right here at SeaWorld San Diego. ...

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That blowhole isn’t just for show. Did you know dolphins breathe through their blowholes? ...

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Want an inside peek at how SeaWorld prepped for the arrival of Tyonek, a beluga calf rescued in Alaska? Read to learn more about the big preparations for this little guy! #ParkToPlanet bit.ly/2DFpdrd ...

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Cassie and Buckeye's story is giving us all the feels on this manatee Monday!

A special thank you to the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens, MyFWC, Manatee Rescue & Rehabilitation Partnership, and Save the Manatee Club for helping these two get to their happy ending.

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Smile! Bottlenose dolphins have anywhere between 72-104 teeth – humans only have about 32! ...

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