SeaWorld® Orlando, Aquatica® Orlando & Discovery Cove®
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Centrally located, the world-class theme parks operated by United Parks & Resorts Inc. (formerly SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment) provide unique experiences for the whole family. Get up close with animals, take on epic coasters and water slides, or just kick back and relax on pristine beaches. There is always something for everyone.
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Since SeaWorld’s debut, animal rescue and rehabilitation has been the heart of everything they do. From habitat protection to rescue and rehabilitation efforts, SeaWorld supports conservation projects across the globe. Your visit isn't just a chance to feel connected to the ocean and its creatures — it's a way to be part of their mission.
See what else SeaWorld has in store before your next visit to Orlando.
Explore SeaWorld® Orlando
The centerpiece of SeaWorld Orlando's offerings is its main theme park, which offers white-knuckle adventure courtesy of its famous roller coasters, such as Pipeline: The Surf Coaster coming in spring 2023, the all-new Ice Breaker, and gentler attractions geared especially for kids — starting with Sesame Street Land™. SeaWorld is also an incredible place to get up close and personal with an ocean of aquatic creatures, including dolphins, stingrays, sharks and much more.
For even more aquatic adventures, make the trip to Aquatica® Orlando, where heated waters ensure the park stays open year-round. It also has some of Orlando’s most imaginative raft rides and slides — including the all-new Reef Plunge where you’ll zoom past a dynamic underwater habitat, and Riptide Race, the world’s tallest dueling racer — plus ample opportunities for relaxation.
You can also plan a day in paradise at Discovery Cove®, an all-inclusive day resort where you'll enjoy a one-of-a-kind opportunity to swim with dolphins, snorkel with thousands of tropical fish and rays, hand-feed exotic birds, and unwind on pristine beaches. Freshly prepared meals and drinks are included during your day of discovery, as is swim gear. Reservations are limited and required in advance.
While you’re in the Orlando area, don’t forget that United Parks & Resorts also operates Tampa’s Adventure Island water park, as well as Busch Gardens Tampa Bay. Both are a little more than an hour southwest of Orlando.