This Memorial Day Weekend, with millions traveling and the thermometer in Central Florida on the rise, here are some insider tips on how to enjoy your holiday weekend with us at SeaWorld Orlando!
1. Plan ahead
Haven’t had a chance to make it to Viva la Música, Central Florida’s can’t-miss Latin food and concert festival at SeaWorld Orlando? Don’t worry! This SATURDAY, MAY 17, wraps up this fiery festival with a performance by Puerto Rico’s merengue artist, Olga Tañón.
Miami Dolphins’ quarterback Ryan Tannehill, his wife, Lauren, and students in Tannehill’s A.C.E.S. program spent the day at SeaWorld Orlando having fun while also learning about our conservation efforts and marine life.
Yesterday morning, SeaWorld Orlando’s Animal Rescue Team, Sea2Shore and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) returned BMan, a sub-adult male manatee, to the waters off Port St. John in Merritt Island, Fla., after receiving long-termcare and rehabilitation at SeaWorld Orlando for the past year.
A true “white wedding” was held today at SeaWorld Orlando as two Antarctic explorers shared their vows at our very own Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin!
SeaWorld is proud and excited to unveil the “Sea of Surprises” float at the 125th Rose Parade!
This week, our Animal Rescue Team here at SeaWorld Orlando returned two female manatees, Vesuvia and Dorothy-Gail, into Florida's East Coast waters after receiving treatment and care at our facilities for several months. Check out some awesome video from their returns below!
The beauty and majesty of the sea will come to life in Pasadena, as SeaWorld’s “Sea of Surprises” float appears in the 125th Rose Parade on Jan. 1.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the color pink, along with the pink ribbon, are the most prominent symbols of breast cancer awareness. To celebrate, here are some animals at SeaWorld Orlando and Discovery Cove that are “wearing” their pink!
Flamingos are an animal that’s always thinking pink! Chilean flamingos are light pink while the Caribbean flamingos have a deep, orangey-pink coloring.