SeaWorld Orlando will soon launch a brand-new show called Dolphin Days, which will immerse park guests into the world of the ocean’s most playful ambassadors. Dolphin Days will officially debut to the public on Saturday, April 1, replacing the popular Blue Horizons after an eleven-year run at the Dolphin Theater. In the new presentation, the audience will learn more about the individual personalities of each Atlantic bottlenose dolphin while witnessing the special bond they share with their trainers.


A soaring rainbow of macaws and other tropical birds will also delight guests, uniting the mysteries of the deep oceans with the wonder and beauty of the skies above.

The new Dolphin Days will also present an interactive opportunity for young guests. During each show, one lucky young volunteer will be selected from the audience to learn firsthand from the training team in an up-close encounter with one of the dolphins and a green-winged macaw.

As guests are wowed by the agility, grace and aerial bows of the dolphins, they will learn how they can help protect dolphins in the wild. The addition of Dolphin Days is the latest example of how SeaWorld continues to provide families with experiences that matter. Through up-close encounters and unique shows, guests will leave the park inspired to take action to help wild animals and the places they live.  

Dolphin Days won’t be the only place to learn more about dolphins. The park’s new Dolphin Nursery will open in time for summer, offering an interactive educational experience for guests to see dolphins up close. The addition of virtual reality to Kraken and the new nighttime spectacular Electric Ocean round out an exciting line-up of new attractions and shows opening this year.  

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Anonymous said...

From what I can see Seaworld is now going the way of Busch Gardens, more roller coasters, less animals. Myself and my wife have been travelling to Orlando every couple of years since 1994. It would appear that Seaworld has been further swayed by the animal rights lobby and has cut the most enjoyable item in the park with the excuse that the replacement will be more educational. This following the already changes being made to Shamu. I am certain that Clyde and Seymour will be next on the list for axing. Thankfully this is the last year we will be visiting your attractions as we are getting on in years but I am sad for the kids who will grow up having never seen these entertaining items which Seaworld once provided.

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