SeaWorld Orlando Offering $60 Ticket and More to Celebrate SeaWorld’s 60th Anniversary

SeaWorld 60th anniversary

SeaWorld is turning 60 this year, and for a limited time, guests who want to enjoy all the 60th Anniversary celebrations at SeaWorld Orlando can take advantage of a special $60 Anniversary Ticket, now available in limited quantities on select dates for the rest of the year.

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SeaWorld Orlando to Open Infinity Falls in Summer 2018

SeaWorld Orlando to Open Infinity Falls in Summer 2018

SeaWorld Orlando announced this week they will be opening a new water thrill ride called Infinity Falls in Summer 2018.

Designers were inspired by the rainforests of South America and have created a lush jungle environment with Class iV rapids running through it.

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Discovery Cove Adds Unlimited SeaWorld & Aquatica Admission for Florida Residents

Discovery Cove Orlando dolphin

Florida residents wanting to visit Orlando’s Discovery Cove will get discounted rates this fall, plus the added benefit of unlimited admission to SeaWorld Orlando and Aquatica Waterpark through January 31, 2017.

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Discovey Cove Launches ‘Sweet 16’ Sweepstakes

To celebrate its own “Sweet 16” birthday, Discovery Cove has launched a national sweepstakes

To celebrate its own “Sweet 16” birthday, Discovery Cove has launched a national sweepstakes promotion that will award one winner and 15 of their friends a trip to Orlando to visit the park.

The prize includes roundtrip airfare, two nights’ hotel accommodations, transportation and a VIP guest package.
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Mako is Now Open at SeaWorld Orlando

Mako is Now Open at SeaWorld Orlando

When it opens to the public today at SeaWorld Orlando, Mako, a 200-foot-tall coaster reaching speeds up to 73mph, will become the tallest, fastest and longest roller coaster among Orlando’s theme parks.

Mako is one of the world’s few true hypercoasters, a group of roller coasters known for high speeds and steep drops and hills that create a feeling of weightlessness or “air time.” As the sleek coaster cars crest each hill, riders — secured only at their laps — float out of their seats, nearly weightless.

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Stricter Security Measures Now in Place at Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando and SeaWorld Orlando

In the wake of recent world events, new security measures have been put into place at the three Orlando theme parks.

Metal Detectors at Walt Disney World

Walt Disney World has enacted the strictest changes. In addition to metal detectors at the entrance gates to all four parks, Disney will also stop selling any items that resemble guns, and require guests bringing toy guns to the parks to check them at guest services.

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SeaWorld Orlando Reveals Official Logo for Mako Coaster #NothingFaster

We’re getting closer to the opening date of Mako, the newest coaster to thrill guests at SeaWorld Orlando, and the theme park has revealed the official logo:

SeaWorld Orlando Reveals Official Logo for Mako

When it opens in 2016, Mako will be the tallest, longest, and fastest coaster in Orlando. It is a 200-foot-tall hypercoaster that will reach 73 mph as it traverses 4,760 feet of steel track (almost a mile long).

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Twister: Ride It Out to Close at Universal Orlando on November 2, 2015

Monday night, it was revealed that “Twister: Ride It Out” will be closing at Universal Orlando on November 2 to make room for a new attraction, “Race Through New York Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

Twister: Ride It Out at Universal Orlando

“Twister: Ride It Out” opened May 4, 1998, and was themed after the popular 1986 disaster movie, Twister.

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