Below is a list of rides and attractions that you will find during your visit to SeaWorld Orlando.
Kraken – Encounter Orlando’s tallest and only floorless coaster at SeaWorld Orlando on this thrill ride. Kraken takes you up 140 feet in the air, turns you upside down seven times and reaches a bone-chilling 65 mph during its 3-minute, 39-second adventure.
Journey to Atlantis – This ultimate adventure ride is part-thrill seekers paradise and part-water ride. As you kick off the ride, you will be traveling on water and high-speed rails, being chased by spirits who want to keep you from your destination (which, by the way, is a six-story drop almost straight down!).
Wild Arctic – This motion-simulator-based thrill ride takes guests on an unforgettable helicopter ride to a remote research station
Base Station Wild Arctic. This exploration is filled with surprises as your pilot tries to get you to your research base before a major snowstorm hits the area.
Shamu – Shamu the killer whale stars in Believe during the day and Shamu Rocks at night. Believe is a captivating and visually stunning new show that allows fans to get a glimpse into what it is like to work with these magical creatures. Shamu Rocks is a rock n’ roll concert like no other, combining improvisational movements of killer whales with music remixed from the hottest stars today. Shamu and a team of skilled trainers push the limits in the water, while 20-foot wide rotating LED screens set the stage for a colossal multimedia presentation and nearly 100 speakers throughout the stadium provide an optimal rock n’ roll surround sound experience. Both are must-sees at SeaWorld Orlando.
Mistify – This seasonal show encompasses the majesty of the sea by featuring larger-than-life marine creatures on 60-foot mist screens, 100-foot fountains, flames on water and a fireworks display to cap the night off. Mistify conveys the power and wonder of the underwater world as seen through the imagination of a young child and is best seen from the edge of The Waterfront harbor.
Odyssea – This 30-minute show combines acrobatics, athleticism, modern dance, comedy and special effects to create a non-traditional circus that brings the wonder of the seas to life.
Blue Horizons – This one-of-a-kind show combines some of SeaWorld’s most famous inhabitants with a Broadway-like production. Blue Horizons is based upon the dreams of a child who wishes to fly like the birds and swim like the dolphins. Aerialists dive into the water, while dolphins, whales, their trainers and bungee jumpers perform acrobatic moves in and above the water to make the dreams of the young girl come true.
Pets Ahoy! – More than 100 animals, ranging from dogs, cats, birds, rats and skunks to pot-belly pigs, perform skits in this 25-minute show that are sure to both amaze you and have you doubled over in laughter.
Clyde and Seamore – Like Shamu, this duo has its own set of daytime and nighttime shows. Clyde and Seamore Take Pirate Island is the daytime show, featuring a sensational tale of lost loot, pirate plunder and misadventure on the high seas. A SeaWorld Orlando animal trainer and his first mate, Clyde the sea lion, pal around during this new sea lion and otter show. SeaWorld's comical flippered family teams up on the most elaborate and realistic sea lion set ever built to offer more guest interaction and introduce the newest cast member - a harbor seal - in this hilarious show that is a real can’t-miss attraction. The evening show, Clyde and Seamore Present Sea Lions Tonight, takes the laughter on into the evening as the park’s entertaining sea lions, otters and walrus parody other SeaWorld Orlando shows. Clyde and Seamore Tonight is also a seasonal show, running during holiday periods and the summer months.
Wild Arctic – With ice walls nearly a half-inch thick, you can experience interactive stations that provide working vignettes of life in the Arctic, as well as abundant Arctic wildlife, including polar bears, walruses, beluga whales harbor seals and trout.
Manatee Rescue – See manatees that were rescued by SeaWorld at this attraction, where you will also learn how these creatures inhabit the environment and how to help save the species.
Pacific Point Reserve – This two-acre habitat is a re-creation of the rocky Northern Pacific Coast and allows guests to see sea lions and harbor seals in a naturalistic environment as they climb, swim and dive – and you even have a chance to feed them.
Penguin Encounter – Move along a 120-foot moving walkway while you view more than 200 penguins above and below the water. Inside the walls of this habitat, the air is a chilly 30 degrees, while the water is an icy 45 degrees.
Shark Encounter – Be immersed into the land of sharks as you travel through the world’s largest underwater acrylic tunnel. Sharks will swim a mere inches from you in his coral reef setting, as will eels, barracuda and venomous fish.
Dolphin Nursery – Get a firsthand glimpse of new dolphin mothers and their calves up close.
Dolphin Cove – Located in Key West at SeaWorld Orlando, Dolphin Cove is home to Atlantic bottlenose dolphins in a 700,000-gallon lagoon. You can choose to stay above the water and feed and interact with these creatures, or check them out at the underwater viewing area for a rare look at how they play beneath the surface.
Stingray Lagoon – This habitat showcases up to 200 stingrays and allows guests to feed and even touch the rays as they gracefully swim by.
Turtle Point – See more than 300 rescued and rehabilitated endangered and threatened species of turtles here.
Clydesdale Hamlet – Home to SeaWorld’s famous Budweiser Clydesdales, guests can get up close and personal with these animals during daily posing and petting sessions.
Game Room – Play midway-style games for your chance to win plush toys of Shamu and his crew.
Shamu’s Happy Harbor – This children’s play area includes six child-sized rides, a Sea Carousel and Shamu Express, the park’s first family-oriented coaster. Shamu’s Happy Harbor will provide hours of fun for the smallest SeaWorld guests.
Sky Tower – SeaWorld’s 400-foot landmark, The Tower, provided guests with a six-minute ride to the top and back again, delighting everyone with views of downtown Orlando and other area attractions.