SeaWorld and Aquatica Orlando have announced the return of the free Preschool Card for 2020.
Available only for Florida residents, kids 5 and under can enjoy FREE admission to SeaWorld and Aquatica Orlando throughout all of 2020 with the Preschool Card.
This afternoon, Aquatica Orlando announced Riptide Race, Florida’s first dueling water slide, will debut at the park in 2020.
This week Aquatica Orlando became the first water park to become a Certified Autism Center (CAC) as distinguished by International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES).
Hot on the heels of opening the new thrill ride Infinity Falls, SeaWorld Orlando has unveiled a new Annual Pass program with more benefits and new lower prices.
Just in time for National Water Park Day (July 28), TripAdvisor has announced the winners of its Travelers’ Choice® awards for Water Parks, and the list features several Central Florida water parks.
Here are the Top Ten winners for U.S.A. water parks and for all the water parks worldwide:
As part of its mission to protect animals and habitats worldwide, SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. has announced that its 12 theme parks have removed all single-use plastic drinking straws and single-use plastic shopping bags.
Recent news and studies have shown alarming consequences of the growing threat of plastics to our oceans and wildlife.
Just in time for summer fun, SeaWorld Orlando is offering a flash sale on tickets and passes for Florida residents.
Those with a valid Florida I.D. can enjoy the following deals:
Ray Rush is a brand new attraction coming to Aquatica Orlando this spring, and the water park has given us an update on the construction progress.
Construction crews have been onsite for the past several weeks, demolition of HooRoo Run is complete, and they have officially broken ground on the new attraction.
With the start of a new year, SeaWorld Orlando, Busch Gardens Tampa, Aquatica Orlando, and Adventure Island Tampa Bay are banding together to offer new savings to both visitors and Florida residents.
For visitors, the new “Choose Your Adventure” ticket option allows guests to enjoy multiple visits to all four parks, and the more they visit, the more they save:
Aquatica Orlando is a fun place to spend hot summer days, but starting July 3, the water park will be heating things up on the weekend with Island Nights presented by Coca-Cola.
This all-new beach party takes place every Friday and Saturday through August 8 from 5pm to 9pm in the evening.
It’s a little chilly in Orlando right now, but luckily the water at Aquatica is heated. Even better, select weekends in February and March, admission is only $8!
Here are the dates the deal is valid for:
- February 14-15
- February 21-22
- February 28-March 1
- March 7-8
That means a family of four can enjoy a day at Aquatica for only a little more than the cost of one regular day’s admission. Read more
The Special Olympics Florida’s Polar Plunge at Aquatica Orlando is a statewide fundraiser during which individuals and teams, alongside Special Olympics athletes, raise money for the privilege of plunging into the chilled down wave pool.
This year’s event takes place on Saturday, February 7. Registration starts at 9:30am, with the plunge starting at 11am. All participants get to stay and enjoy Aquatica for the remainder of the day – don’t worry, all of the other slides and attractions are heated. Plungers who raise at least $100 can also earn extra incentives, including Aquatica, SeaWorld, and Discovery Cove admission.
Aquatica Orlando is offering a day at the park for only $8 this month.
This limited time offer is valid any day between October 23-26, and is available only online and until they sell out.
There is also a limited time pass online for only $37 that will let you into the park free until the end of the year. This deal is valid until they sell out. That’s less than the cost of a regular one day pass, so don’t miss out.
Aquatica Orlando is open daily from 10am to 5pm until the end of the year, weather permitting.
To purchase the $8 day pass or the $37 end of the year pass, visit AquaticaOrlando.com.
After months of teasing, Aquatica Orlando has officially opened Ihu’s Breakaway Falls to the public today, May 9, 2014.
Riders climb 126 steps to the top of the eight-story tower (nearly 80 feet), stepping into one of three colorful breakaway boxes. As the door closes, riders cross their arms but never know when the floor beneath them will disappear. Facing each other, riders watch as their fellow riders fall. Adding to the anticipation is the sound of a heartbeat, which can be heard in the background while bracing for the drop. Once the floor disappears, riders drop 20-24 feet per second launching them into a spiraling speed slide culminating in a final splashdown.
Those who are not quite brave enough for the breakaway boxes can try the fourth open slide. But don’t be fooled, this is not an ordinary slide; it’s the steepest of the four slides and many riders are calling it the most intense.
Aquatica Orlando, SeaWorld’s sister waterpark, installed the final slide section at its newest attraction, Ihu’s Breakaway Falls today, one month before its scheduled opening.
Ihu’s Breakaway Falls will be the only high-speed water thrill slide in the world that propels guests through four 360-degree spirals, with slides nearly 80 feet tall. Riders will step into one of three clear “breakaway boxes,” and watch each other fall one-by-one as the floor underneath them disappears or test their bravery on a just as thrilling fourth open slide.
Aquatica plans to open Ihu’s Breakaway Falls on May 9. For more information, visit AquaticaOrlando.com.