This world-famous marine park is on many must-see lists for those on family holidays in Orlando, with a mix of thrilling rides and conservation and education exhibitions.

Best for: all ages

Location

SeaWorld® Orlando

What to do

Take a ride on Mako - the fastest, longest and tallest rollercoaster in Orlando (best suited to older children; height restrictions). If you have younger children, Shamu's Happy Harbor® is going to be top of the list for rides and attractions.

Visit the many exhibits, including 'Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin®' for a journey through Antarctica, through the eyes of a penguin.

Check out the shows and experiences that run throughout the day.

Book a behind-the-scenes tour.

Choose a quick queue ticket, especially when visiting in peak season to save time when exploring the park.

Where to stay

Check out our hand-picked family-friendly places to stay in Orlando – a mix of hotels and self-catering villas.

When

The park is open between 9am and 9pm most days of the year. Shows take place throughout the day and last approximately half and hour.

Eat

Your are not permitted to take your own food or drink into the park, apart from food for babies and those with special dietary requirements.

An array of places to dine and drink around the park include the award-winning Shark's Underwater Grill® (reservations essential).

In addition to park entry tickets, you can also book dining packages for the whole family.

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Cost

There are various entry tickets and package options available. Even the option to combine tickets to SeaWorld® to some of the other major theme parks and attractions in Orlando; a great way to save money and spread your time at all your favourite places.