Yesterday was an absolutely great day to visit SeaWorld Orlando. In addition to the low crowds, the weather was gorgeous thanks to the cold front that recently made its way through Central Florida. Of course, the park's amazing animals, landscape, and attractions continue to amaze us, and that is the main reason why we keep coming back to SeaWorld Orlando.In this update, we will focus on what has changed since our last visit, and then we will briefly stop by the future site of Infinity Falls.
The turnstiles that used to be in front of the park's secondary entrance are gone:
Of course, this doesn't mean that this space will never be used as a secondary entrance in the future, as the park is currently using a new (and much, MUCH better) entry system that doesn't require turnstiles:
Notice also that the awning is missing:
It was a very quiet day:
Electric Ocean-themed bubble sticks are still being sold by the park's entrance:
The park is usually quiet, but not THIS quiet:
Walls are still up by the secondary entrance to Key West. We wonder if this was done to reroute crowds to make sure Guests have to pass by the area's shops to increase sales:
The TurtleTrek theater is once again operational:
SeaWorld's Rescue Team is currently taking care of four manatees in the Manatee Rehabilitation area:
The floor was lifted to allow Team Members to take care of the animals:
We want to say "thank you" to these amazing people who help the animals in need:
The Sea of Legends:
These signs may need some help...
Journey to Atlantis has such an amazing facade!:
One of the trees by the Atlantis-themed restrooms has been impacted by the recent hurricane: