Important SeaWorld Park Information
There are a variety of ticket options available for SeaWorld Orlando, many of which give guests the opportunity to enjoy the park for more than one day. Florida residents in particular have a plethora of affordable ways to see SeaWorld Orlando, as there are always great deals going on for Floridians. Depending on the time of year, residents can get deals such as pay for a day and come back all year, two days for the price of one, or even admission to SeaWorld Orlando and Busch Gardens in Tampa, Fla., for the price of one.
If you are not a resident of Florida, however, don’t be discouraged. Out of state visitors also have many options for savings, including a flex ticket, which gives them unlimited admission to SeaWorld, Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure and Wet N’ Wild during their vacation. International visitors and groups also have special discounts, and if you book a SeaWorld vacation package at an official SeaWorld Orlando hotel, you can receive length of stay passes to enjoy the theme park all vacation long at your own discretion.
At the gate, you can expect to pay $ 67.95 for a one-day adult admission to SeaWorld and $ 57.95 for children. The flex ticket options can range from $ 234.95 for adults and $ 194.95 for children for a five-park ticket, while the six-park flex ticket costs $ 279.95 for adults and $ 233.95 for kids. At Orlando Fun Tickets, however, you can purchase discounted SeaWorld Orlando tickets for just $ 63.95 for adults and $ 54.35 for children. Both of these ticket prices include a second day at SeaWorld Orlando for free, as long as you take your ticket to guest services on the first day of use and use your free second day within six days of the first visit to SeaWorld.
SeaWorld also has many additional reservations-only guided tours available that can add to the experience of your visit. There is Backstage at Believe, an unforgettable waterside dining experience backstage at the Shamu show where you can get an up close and personal view of the killer whales that only the trainers get to see. There is also the Sharks Deep Dive, where you will put on a wet suit and be submerged underwater in a cage to be amongst the sharks and thousands of fish in the Shark Encounter attraction. If it is more interaction that you are looking for, be sure to check out SeaWorld’s Day Camps and extended Resident Camps, where kids and teenagers can learn all about the animals located throughout the theme park, or the Beulga Interaction Program, where you will enter the belugas’ environment and get a hands-on meeting with these fascinating whales.
SeaWorld Orlando also goes above and beyond in terms of quality of services available. Strollers, wheelchairs and ECVs can be rented either upon entrance to the park or reserved online before you begin your stay, and there are also locker rentals, kennels, ATMs and a foreign currency exchange available within the park. SeaWorld also has an Accessibility Guide for those with disabilities, which gives a detailed list of everything from where to park to attraction and ride access information and is available at guest services or can be downloaded before your visit.