Few theme parks in Central Florida match the beauty of SeaWorld Orlando. The landscape that's seen inside the park is simply amazing, thanks to the colorful flowers and the beautiful plants and trees that are found around every corner.
In addition to such natural wonders, SeaWorld offers plenty of attractions and exhibits to Guests. While two of their most popular rides (Journey to Atlantis and the Sky Tower) are currently closed for refurbishment, there's still a lot to see...


Come and join us as we take a look around SeaWorld Orlando:

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A section of the Shamu Emporium (located near the entrance of the park) is currently behind walls:

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Moving on:

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The park was very quiet last week:

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Entering Key West:

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As we pointed out on our Social Media pages, we never noticed the fence in front of the Dolphin Cove:

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Guests who do not pay the extra fee can no longer attempt to touch the dolphins:

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In all honesty, it was not as easy touching the dolphins from this side of the pool anyway:

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The small shed that was previously found in this secluded area of the park is gone:

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A bench replaced it:

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The Manatee Rehabilitation area was open:

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As previously mentioned, Journey to Atlantis is currently closed for refurbishment:

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The attraction will reopen in March 2017:

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The entrance of the attraction is also surrounded by temporary walls:

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It appears that the iconic drop might have already been repainted:

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Compare that to these photos of the adjacent lift-hill:

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