This morning in San Antonio, SeaWorld and Southwest Airlines rolled out the red carpet for a lemur, a wallaby, and Pete a Magellanic penguin (you may remember Pete from his debut at 30,000 feet).
The fourth video in our series “Beneath the Surface” delves into some of the new whale behaviors in the “One Ocean” show.
The third video in our series “Beneath the Surface” highlights how “One Ocean” educates and inspires guests to protect the world we share.
For the second video in our series “Beneath the Surface”, we invite you to follow the musical journey of “One Ocean’s” original score.
Music has the ability to bring people together in friendship and celebration and SeaWorld’s new killer whale show soars with a contemporary symphonic score.
SeaWorld wants our loyal fans to be the first to preview our brand new Web sites for San Diego and San Antonio. Let us know what you think by leaving a comment below. Our fans’ feedback is important to us as we continue to enhance the SeaWorld online experience.
Our quest for a mobile app started over a year ago at SeaWorld San Antonio. We knew this was something our guests were looking for and none of our parks had an official app. SeaWorld San Antonio volunteered to be the first park to create the app and pave the way for our sister parks. We began the process by meeting with several developers and quickly realized the options of how to build and operate the app were endless. After doing our homework, we hired a company called
SUMMER AT SEAWORLD ROCKS ... DAY OR NIGHT
Starting this Saturday and to kick off the summer, SeaWorld invites guests to stay for the encore as the parks are open later and feature special nighttime (and daytime) shows, live music and spectacular fireworks. Whether day or night, SeaWorld is the place to be this summer for a one-of-a-kind experience. Special nighttime shows at all three SeaWorld Parks -- Orlando, San Diego and San Antonio -- include:
It's a whale! Takara, an 18-year-old, 5,080-pound killer whale, gave birth to a calf today in the main pool of SeaWorld San Antonio's Shamu Theater. The calf arrived at approximately 7:15 a.m. after a short period of labor.