SeaWorld Orlando is replacing the long-running dolphin acrobatic show Blue Horizons with a new one designed to educate audiences about the animals in Dolphin Days.
SeaWorld has slowly been shifting their focus back to animal conservation and rescue. The parks recently announced they will no longer breed Orcas and is phasing out killer whale shows altogether. “Dolphin Days” is yet another way to bring a more educational focus to the ocean’s many animals.
The show will include information about how to protect the animals in the wild. There will also be a live segment where a volunteer from the audience gets an encounter with a dolphin and a green-winged macaw.
SeaWorld has said the new show will include many of the same animals guests saw in Blue Horizons like macaws and other tropical birds.
In addition to “Dolphin Days” SeaWorld Orlando will also be opening the new Dolphin nursery this summer. The attraction will allow guests to get up close to mother and baby dolphins in all new ways. Large windows will offer up close viewing, while multiple levels give guests a face-to-face perspective with dolphins.
Stay tuned for more details on “Dolphin Days” grand opening. In the meantime you can catch one final showing of Blue Horizons before it closes on March 31 with discounted SeaWorld Orlando tickets right here on Orlando Fun Tickets.