With over 250 acres of marine mammal fun, ocean life education and theme park rolled into one, SeaWorld offers a unique visitor experience that will appeal to guests young and old. From shows and exhibits, to thrill rides and behind-the-scenes tours, SeaWorld allows guests the opportunity for as much in-depth exploration of the ocean world as they would like. What you choose to do is limited only by your imagination here.
Entertaining and educational options abound at SeaWorld, but visitors should check out a few of these highlights:
Sea World hosts a wide variety of shows daily, all of which feature different members of the animal kingdom. Try One Ocean, a multi-sensory experience featuring SeaWorld’s most famous orca, Shamu. Or check out Azul, a show including Beluga whales, white-sided dolphins, plenty of birds and some amazing human acrobats.
Exhibits are plentiful at SeaWorld and many include an interactive feature. Visit with sea lions, watch the dolphins play, learn about penguins and even come eye to eye with an alligator. Still haven’t had quite enough? Book a special exhibit tour to get up close and personal with many of these exotic creatures.
If it’s a thrill you’re after, then SeaWorld has what you need. Enjoy The Great White’s 360 degree flips, drop 15 stories on the Steel Eel or cool down in the water spray on Journey to Atlantis - try them all if you dare! Younger visitors should check out the Rio Loco for a just-right sized water ride, or the Shamu Express, a kid-sized coaster.
Visiting SeaWorld, San Antonio
SeaWorld is open on weekends throughout the year, and 7 days a week during Spring Break season and through the summer.
SeaWorld is located to the west of downtown San Antonio, Texas and is accessible by car via the outer San Antonio loop road, 1604.