SeaWorld Orlando is a truly amazing place. Every time we walk around the park we are constantly amazed by the beautiful flowers and trees that can be found around every corner, and that's in addition to the many inspiring animal exhibits and thrilling attractions that Guests enjoy daily, including their newest coaster.
This afternoon we will bring you along with us to take a look around the park to see what changed since our last visit (and what has not changed). Enjoy!
It was a very quiet day:
We never noticed this before, but flamingos might be difficult to see due to the presence of this fence:
Blue Horizons is still missing a lot of its acts, including the divers and the pilot whale:
The storms were rolling in:
Entering the icy world of Antarctica:
The ride was closed again, but the penguin exhibit was still open to the public:
The area's restaurant was quite slow:
Not many people realize that SeaWorld included a small soil-less garden inside the restaurant:
Leaving the area:
The sea lion show had to be cancelled due to lightning in the area:
The Waterfront is still one of the nicest areas of the park. It is really well-themed:
The Sky Tower is still closed:
The penguin ride is closed during the week on non peak months and only opened on the weekend. It is done for maintainece and reduce operation costs.
For what they charge for admission, it should be open every day.