Animal shows are one of the top things to do at SeaWorld Orlando. From watching killer whales to rocking out with characters from Sesame Street, here are the 6 must-see shows at the Orlando theme park.
Clyde and Seamer’s Sea Lion High
Join your favorite sea lions Clyde and Seamore in the hilarious show Clyde and Seamore’s Sea Lion High. The pair go back to school to earn their diplomas. Along the way they are nominated to win scholarships to Ocean University, but in order to win, they must enter crash courses in science, dance and gym. The result is a funny, fast-paced show filled with walruses, otters and more sea lions.
Learn more about the ocean’s most playful animal, the Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin in the majestic show, Dolphin Days. Perfect for the entire family, the show educates families on the importance of dolphins to our natural world. The dolphins are joined by a rainbow of tropical birds high above.
The show, Elmo Rocks, is a great way to take a break from the summer heat while still letting the kids get some energy out. Head indoors to Seaport Theater and watch as Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Cookie Monster, Zoe, Bert and Ernie put on a high-energy concert full of audience participation. You’ll be dancing and singing in your seat as this crew rocks out.
Also at Seaport Theater is the side-splitting, family-friendly show, Pets Ahoy. Join a cast of dogs, cats, ducks, doves, potbellied pigs and other animal guests as they show you what SeaWorld Orlando’s encouragement-based training techniques can achieve. This is a fun way to learn more about what SeaWorld’s animal trainers do and how they connect with the animals.
You can’t visit SeaWorld Orlando without seeing a killer whale. At Ocean Discovery, you won’t just see them, you’ll learn all about them. The interactive 30-minute presentation teaches guests about the animal’s adaptations, habits and behavior.
Once you’ve learned about the killer whales, take a dive into their majestic world during the show, One Ocean. Marvel at these beautiful creatures as dancing fountains and vivid lights light up the stadium. The show is accompanied by video emphasizing that we are all a part of one world, one ocean.