- Spend a day at SeaWorld San Antonio
- See the world-famous Killer Whale Shamu
- Enjoy over 30 rides, attractions and shows at San Antonio's premier park
What You Can Expect
Experience life far under the sea as you feed dolphins, get up close to penguins and count the teeth on a shark! Of course, there's also the legendary rush of the Journey To Atlantis® water coaster and Shamu® - the biggest star both day and night in Believe® and Shamu Rocks.
A must-see attraction is Dolphin Cove, where you can touch and feed the playful and adorable Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. Continue your voyage to Pirates 4-D, which combines latest 4-D special effects technology with multi-sensory theater effects - experience sprays of water and other surprises during your adventure with the sea's most hapless band of pirates. If you're feeling extra adventurous, hop on The Great White, Texas' first inverted steel roller coaster, and go heels-over-head five times during more than 2,500 feet of breathtaking loops.See itinerary below for a selection of SeaWorld attractions.
- Dolphin Cove
- Sharks & Coral Reef
- Rocky Point Preserve
- Penguin Encounter
- Boardwalk Games
- Flamingo Cove
- Alligator Alley
- Animal Connections Conservation Center
- Great White
- Journey to Atlantis
- Shamu Express
- Steel Eel
- Rio Loco
- Sesame Street Bay of Play
- Shamu: One Ocean
- Azul: Lure of the Sea
- The Cannery Row Caper
- Sesame Street Presents: Lights, Camera, Imagination in 4-D
Dive into the exhilaration of the sea in all-new Shamu show, One Ocean. The energy and spirit of the ocean envelops you in a multi-sensory celebration of life underneath the sea that entertains as it educates and inspires. Majestic killer whales join you on a journey into a world that drenches your senses in the vivid colors, vitality and global rhythms of the ocean. Dancing fountains set the stage as you connect with thrilling sea creatures and realize we are all part of one world, one ocean. .
Touch and feed playful Atlantic bottlenose dolphins at Dolphin Cove.
Journey to Atlantis:
"Journey to Atlantis", is part roller coaster, part water ride. Start your journey by climbing the 100-foot-high lift onto a turntable which rotates you backwards. Take a moment to enjoy the panoramic view of San Antonio, then dive backwards through a reverse camelback and onto the second turntable. One more spin and then the final plunge into a lake.
Experience SeaWorld's slice of the Antarctic while a 120-foot-long moving walkway transports you through this frozen wonderland. You'll see more than 100 penguins - including rockhopper, gentoo, chinstrap and king - and three species of flighted birds as they jump, slide and dive both above and below the water. Inside the penguin's habitat, the air is a chilly 30 degrees, and the water an icy 45 degrees - perfect conditions for penguins. To add to this ideal habitat, nearly 6,000 pounds of snow falls daily on the rocky cliffs.
This tour was amazing!
I had no complaints. The room was very clean. Convenient location and the staff was great. Highly recommend this hotel.
The hole family loved all of it, lots of shows, rides and water to cool off everywhere.
Sea World was great. The shows are wonderfull. The meal wristband is the way to go. No waiting in line with the prepaid tickets.
Great town, lots of things to do.
SeaWorld is a good place for the children to enjoy. Those who don't been there, I encouraged to check first the schedule for the activities.
It was fun and great the kids had a blast!! However your online price for tickets was higher than at the park and the Hotel we stayed at that offered tickets!!
The show of Shamu' s was great. there was also a trained animal show that was excellent we saw. The trained animals were largely from animal shelters the way I understood it, but I cannot remember the name of the show. We also rode one ride, I think Voyage to Atlantis, exhilarating, especially when we finally got splashed by the water in the 105 degree heat. One ride we were going to ride, Rio Loco looked fun, but due to technical difficulties, shut down the moment we got into the raft. I think their water pumps overheated or broke down. We went on a weekend and paid for a package all you can eat and drink at five different locations. We thought, due to the heat that keeping hydrated should be important, but be prepared to wait in line for over an hour for a refill of lemonade or to eat. If we had kids, perhaps the SeaWorld would have been a great family experience, but we do not have kids. Friends have told us the beluga whale show is great, but we were unaware of it. At the end of the day, we were exhausted, mostly from the heat and waiting in line though the shows and exhibits were good to great.