Published on December 18th, 2019 | by gareth0
SeaWorld San Diego Reveals Their Early 2020 Events
We were rained out on our last attempt to visit but the Lunar New Year is always fun as we have covered that in the past.
With the SoCal Resident Pass, park guests can enjoy SeaWorld’s year-long calendar of exciting seasonal events, including Inside Look and Seven Seas Craft Beer & Food Festival to kick off the new year, as well as the launch of Emperor, the fastest and tallest dive coaster in California, which will open this summer. The SoCal Resident Pass includes 12 months of unlimited visits to SeaWorld with no blockout dates, plus 50 percent off general parking. Again, the cost of the SoCal Resident Pass is only $99.99 with the offer ending on Feb. 9.
More details can be found on our website at – https://seaworld.com/san-diego/tickets/limited-time-offers/
What’s happening at SeaWorld San Diego:
Sights, sounds, and savory sensations of Asia will all be part of SeaWorld San Diego’s Lunar New Year. Honoring the Year of the Rat, this cultural celebration features jaw-dropping Chinese acrobats, mouthwatering cuisine and traditional performances. San Diego’s premier Asian celebration will kick off Jan. 11–12 and continue on weekends through Feb. 2. Next up, SeaWorld’s popular Inside Look, with behind-the-scenes experiences included with park admission, returns weekends Feb. 8 through March 1.
SeaWorld park description:
Spread across 190 acres on beautiful Mission Bay Park, SeaWorld is known for spectacular animal shows, interactive attractions, aquariums, rides and education programs for all ages:
Animal attractions include Orca Encounter, a live documentary-style presentation with a Pacific Northwest-themed backdrop at SeaWorld’s main orca pool, reflecting the natural world of killer whales; Turtle Reef, 280,000-gallon turtle aquarium, interactive game, touch-screen turtle map and ride; Shark Encounter with nearly a dozen species of sharks; Penguin Encounter with nearly 400 penguins representing six species; Otter Outlook, featuring rescued California sea otters swimming and foraging in their habitat; and Wild Arctic with beluga whales, walruses and seals.
Rides include the world’s first horizontal, infinity-loop coaster, Tidal Twister; Electric Eel, San Diego’s tallest and fastest roller coaster; Manta, a multi-media, double-launch coaster; Journey to Atlantis, a wet and wild water coaster; and Shipwreck Rapids water raft ride.