PHOTOS: Aerial Views of SeaWorld's New Sesame Street Land (PART 1)

Just a few hours ago, the Orlando Theme Park News Team visited SeaWorld Orlando to check out what has changed around the park since our last visit. While there are plenty of interesting news to report, this particular update focuses specifically on the new Sesame Street land taking shape in the area of the park formerly occupied by Shamu's Happy Harbor. Let's take a look around from above:

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As you can see, most of the rides in the area have not been touched:

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The Seven Seas Railway will return in a different form:

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Notice the new buildings:

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Work is being done in front of the First Aid station and the Nursery:

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Let's take one more look around:

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Let's take a closer look at the new buildings:

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This facade looks like a castle:

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Notice the windows:

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And that is all for now. Before concluding, remember to like us on our official Facebook page and follow us on Twitter for live updates from the parks. If you'd like to make a donation to OTPN, feel free to use the "donate" button on the sidebar. Thanks for your support.

1 comment:

  1. Looks like they are going for count's castle here.
    Also I don't think most of the rides need much to be done, they obviously already got the coaster covered.
    With the splash of colors seaworld already used for this kid's section, all it's going to take is some new signs and characters walking around for the most part. That said, it's a cool idea and I hope it works out for the park. They haven't used the property for crap at most of the parks, it's time they do. They really should expand the area at busch gardens williamsburg to beable to have characters walking around and a few more kiddie rides. Ones they'd dont't have, i mean they could move those couple around the da-vinci flying machine and those rides areas where it seems like most walk right by those kiddie rides.

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