“celebrate the wonders of the sea”
Come celebrate the wonders of the sea at SeaWorld San Diego. Experience the amazing Shamu show, and thrilling rides like Journey To Atlantis, Shipwreck Rapids and Wild Arctic. Now open at SeaWorld is Manta! Soar, dive and twist like a ray on Manta, SeaWorld's mega attraction featuring a multi-media, double-launch coaster and an aquarium with rays that guests can feed and touch. Dive into the world of sea turtles at Turtle Reef, an attraction featuring a 300,000-gallon aquarium with up to 60 threatened sea turtles, an interactive game that teaches kids about the threats turtles face in the wild, a map that tracks rehabilitated turtles and an exciting ride called Riptide Rescue. Don't miss the Pets Rule! show and the hilarious antics of Clyde and Seamore's sea lion and otter show. Connect with dolphins in a whole new way at Dolphin Point, and get up-close to beluga whales, polar bears, sharks and penguins. Discover where the sea meets the sky with Blue Horizons, SeaWorld's dolphin spectacular. Create memories to last a lifetime at SeaWorld San Diego.
Tough place to talk about because part of me loves some of the animals and shows you get to see, but it's hard to see some of the animals, especially the whales, in such captivity. I completely support their rescue efforts, but wish they'd stop the Orca shows so I could feel better about visiting.
If you like seeing tortured animals taken out of their natural habitat this is the place to go! In all seriousness, please do not encourage the enslavement of wild animals... What they do is terrible... Trust me, I'm a former orca trainer and you do not want to be a part of this
Lots of shows, rides, food, and big play areas for kids. I'd say this is a straight-up kid place though. It's sad watching the animals in captivity. It's also pretty pricey.
Had a great day with the family. Restrooms were nice and clean, Moma Stellas was WAY over priced but wasn't horrible. Get the refill cup its worth it if you are staying all day.
Great place to take the kids. Lots of things to do, riding rides, playing at a huge play area, and watching animals. There are even games to play and lots of places to eat.
The others are giving personal opinions/complaining only about the captive animals and not about the park as a whole. If you don't like going to and supporting a place that has captive animals then don't visit SeaWorld.
I'm looking at the place as somewhere to take the kids where they will be able to have fun. I rode rides with my kids, we got to touch several animals, and we plan to go back again to see more of the park. Plan to get a multi-day pass as you cannot see everything in one day.
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SeaWorld San Diego
- Sun - Sat: 9:00 am - 10:00 pm
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