Seaworld – Orlando, FL

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Seaworld - Orlando - I-95 Exit Guide

SeaWorld Orlando is a theme park owned and operated by Anheuser-Busch and located in Orlando, Florida.

The park has 7 rides, “Kraken”, a floorless steel roller coaster with 3 tunnels, a loop, dive loop, zero-G roll, cobra roll, a second loop, and a corkscrew; “Journey to Atlantis”, a water coaster where visitors take a trip to the lost city; “The Shamu Express”, a family coaster and “Wild Arctic”, a flight simulator where visitors take a helicopter trip to a fictional base station at the North Pole. “Happy Harbor”, a section just for kids, includes 3 new sea-themed family rides, including a Carsoule.

The park features dozens of shows and animal attractions… “Believe” is a captivating and visually stunning new Shamu show with acrobatics, original scores, and live underwater video projection. “Elmo and Bookaneers” features Elmo and the gang. “Odyssea” features high-flying acrobatics, dramatic music, and many special effects on an underwater themed set. “Shamu Rocks The World” is a rock n’ roll concert combining improvisational movements of killer whales with music, computer-synchronized lighting, and LED screens that morph into a kaleidoscope of world images.


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Seaworld Orlando animal exhibits take your family below the surface, above the waves and beyond your expectations. You can touch and feed dolphins, count the teeth on a shark and feed seals and sea lions.

7007 Seaworld Dr
Orlando, Florida 32821
800-327-2424 Toll Free
407-363-2280 Local
http://www.seaworld.com

Directions

  • From I-95 points north – Take I-95 south (Florida) to I-4, then I-4 west to exit 72, then follow the signs to Seaworld Orlando.
  • From I-95 points south – Take I-95 south (Florida) to I-4, then I-4 west to exit 72, then follow the signs to Seaworld Orlando.

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