Published on January 31st, 2020 | by gareth0
SeaWorld San Diego Reveals Their Feb. And Mar. Lineup
Here is what is coming for Feb. and Mar. at SeaWorld San Diego.
TAKE AN ‘INSIDE LOOK’ AT SEAWORLD: SeaWorld guests are invited to get a peek behind the scenes of SeaWorld during Inside Look. This popular program returns in 2020, with special access to five animal areas of the park: orca open house, sea lion rescue story, animal rescue facility, Humboldt penguin habitat and pilot whale and dolphin presentation. At each of the animal areas, guests will receive special, up-close access and will be able to pose the questions they’ve always wanted to ask. Plus, some of SeaWorld’s most important community partners will be on hand to share how they partner with SeaWorld to help animals and the environment outside the park’s borders, including Helen Woodward Animal Center, Helping Paws, Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute and more. Guests who visit all six areas and get their map stamped can receive a collectible SeaWorld animal pin. Inside Look, which is open to any guest and included with park admission, takes place Feb. 8–9, Feb. 15–17, Feb. 22–23 Feb. 29–March 1.
For Inside Look imagery, click here. YEAR OF FUN AT SEAWORLD FOR UNDER $100: Want an Inside Look at SeaWorld? Craving savory treats from around the globe? Ready to take a dive on SeaWorld’s all-new floorless coaster this summer? SeaWorld guests can experience all that and more with a SeaWorld SoCal Resident Pass, on sale now for a limited time for under $100. With the SoCal Resident Pass in hand, all of SeaWorld’s seasonal events and new attractions are just a click away, including Inside Look in February, Seven Seas Craft Beer & Food Festival this spring, and SeaWorld’s new attraction for 2020, Emperor, which will be the fastest and tallest dive coaster in California, as well as the only floorless dive coaster in the state. The SoCal Resident Pass includes 12 months of unlimited visits to SeaWorld with no blockout dates, plus 50 percent off general parking. Cost is $99.99, and offer ends Feb. 9.
CAMP SIGN-UP UNDER WAY: February is the perfect time to sign up for summer camp and registration is under way for SeaWorld Camps. Kids of all ages can get into some serious summer fun at SeaWorld’s camp programs, where activities include interactions with animals and behind-the-scenes looks at how they are cared for and trained. Day Camp is available for 1st through 6th graders on select weeks between June 29 and Aug. 7. Five-night Resident Camps for 5th through 12th graders take place June 14–Aug. 7.
BUY NOW AND SPLASH LATER: Fans of Aquatica SeaWorld’s Waterpark can purchase a 2020 Aquatica Splash Pass now and splash all summer long. With experiences from serene (like the relaxing Loggerhead Lane lazy river) to extreme (such as the heart-pumping Taumata Racer), there’s something for everyone at Aquatica. For a limited time, the Splash Pass is on sale for $48.99 and can be purchased online. Aquatica, located at 2052 Entertainment Circle in Chula Vista, will be open for the season May 23 through Sept. 7.
What’s happening at SeaWorld San Diego:
The SeaWorld Seven Seas Craft Beer & Food Festival is a culinary dream come true for foodies and craft beer aficionados, who can sample food tastes from around the world and enjoy dozens of craft beer selections. Wine varietals and live music will be offered as well. Seven Seas Craft Beer & Food Festival takes place weekends March 7–May 3.
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.
Location, hours and information:
From I-5, exit SeaWorld Drive. (619) 222-4SEA; for hours, check website: SeaWorldSanDiego.com
Admission for ages 10 and older is $93.99; for ages 3–9, $86.99; children under 3, free. Check website for current offers on single-day tickets and Annual Passes.