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Old 02-01-2012, 06:26 PM   #1
lifeisgood1396
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Smile Seaworld with small children

I have a three year old and an eight year old. We will be in Orlando during Spring Break. How many days will we need in Seaworld. None of us are ride the big thrill rides, enjoy the shows more.
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Old 02-01-2012, 07:44 PM   #2
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I have a three year old and an eight year old. We will be in Orlando during Spring Break. How many days will we need in Seaworld. None of us are ride the big thrill rides, enjoy the shows more.
There is enough at Seaworld to fill an entire day, but during spring break, there is added shows and activities at night since the park will be open until 9:00 or 10:00pm. There will be a night time fireworks show, night time shamu show which is different than the Shamu day show. There may even be a night time sealion show which is different than the sealion day show. Plus there will probably be activities like a live DJ. The activities and shows change every year so it may be different this year from what I described. It may be the same. My guess would be it will be more of the same.

I would suggest 2 days at Seaworld. Spend your first day seeing day shows and visiting exhibits. The day could be from park opening (9:00am) until around 4 or 5:00pm. This way, you're not spending the entire day there which could be long. The next day, spend a few hours (3 or 4:00pm until park close 9 or 10:00pm) seeing all the night shows and any exhibits you want to re visit from the day before. Keep in mind that spring break brings larger crowds, so by splitting one long day into two shorter days, it will be easier for your family to deal with crowds and it will be easier to see everything.

A quick side note, if you see the Sealion night show, be sure that you have seen the majority of the Seaworld day shows. The Sealion night show called "Sealions Tonight" is a funny spoof of the Seaworld day shows. It will be impossible to understand unless you have seen the day shows.
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Old 02-18-2012, 12:40 PM   #3
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Thank you very much for the suggestions and information. I think we will split our visit into 2 days as you suggested! Thanks again!
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