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Visiting San Diego? Then check out SeaWorld.
SeaWorld in San Diego, California is operating after a year of COVID that closed many facilities and activities. Just about all of the rides and events were open after spending a day there recently.
If you plan to go to SeaWorld, you should buy your ticket online before you go. You should save some money off the normal ticket price. Some of the prices of the ticket may change so the price you see may differ.
Up Close Parking (parking is closer to the park entrance) $35.00 at the gate or $31.99 online
As you see, buying your tickets online is much cheaper than buying them at SeaWorld.
Several hotel and theme park options are available online on the SeaWorld website.
Once you arrive at SeaWorld, the park map is digital. You can scan the map from your phone camera to get a view of the area. It is a little harder to see the area since it is compressed into the tiny area of your phone than holding the park map.
The park has several rides for your enjoyment. The different rides and roller coasters are aimed from toddler to adult.
You can see animal exhibits during various exhibits. SeaWorld has whales, dolphins, sharks, walruses, turtles, and other sea animals. Some exhibits allow you to touch the animal under the guidance of one of the workers at SeaWorld.
Watching a live show
If you plan to watch a live animal show, take note of where you sit. Some areas are marked as splash zones. If you don’t mind getting wet, then that’s fine. But you may be soaked for several hours.
A few locations at Sea World have walk-in dryers that you need to pay for or you could bring a rain jacket or change of clothes.