Planning your day at SeaWorld

Hey Thrill Seekers.

Arranging a day out with the family can be stressful, and when it’s a different country with some of the World’s most popular theme parks you may feel you need that extra little bit of help to plan your day, so I’m here to help you.

SeaWorld is on Central Florida Parkway between International Drive and Sea World Drive. If you are driving and using a GPS system the address is 7007 SeaWorld Dr, Orlando, FL, 32821.


So now you know where your heading to, what will you need? It’s always a given something will be forgotten so write yourself a list, Camera? check, Sunscreen? check, tickets? check, photo ID? check, these are some of the main things you will need for your day.

Photo ID should be taken to all parks, they do random spot checks and if you don’t have it you can be refused entry which can be quite embarrassing, even more embarrassing than having to show your passport or driving license photo :-). Minors (under 18’s) will not be required to provide photo ID so you don’t have to worry about taking your child’s passport to the parks.

Always take your ticket, if for any reason it is that one thing you do forget then don’t panic. We issue these as printable PDF files so these can be emailed to you. If you want these emailed before you go as well as in the post just give us a shout we’re happy to do this for you.

SeaWorld EZTicket

Pictures are a must at SeaWorld, I think I took over 200 in one day. I took them on my cell phone to save carrying round a large camera. I was a little worried in case I drained my battery but SeaWorld have cell phone charging stations in the park located at Shamu’s Happy Harbor and Voyagers smokehouse. These are so handy and they only cost $3 for two hours of juice, amazing….. I would spend more on electricity at home to charge my cell phone for two hours.

Talking of juice it is so important to keep yourself hydrated. SeaWorld have restaurants and concession stands located conveniently throughout the park. It will be best to buy food and drink whilst in the park. SeaWorld has quite a strict food and beveredge policy. Large hard or soft coolers, glass containers, food, drinks and picnic lunches may not be taken into the park. Guests with special diets, baby formula or baby food may bring their items into the park.

I don’t know about you, but queueing is one of my least favourite things, so I booked a SeaWorld Quick Queue ticket before I went, this saved so much time so I had more time to explore the rest of the park.

Remember guys, you’ll be doing lots of walking so wear your most comfortable shoes, and keep yourself topped up with suncream when queuing for rides as well as walking around the park.

Hope you enjoy your time at SeaWorld as much as I did.

Smiles Included…


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