One Day at Seaworld. Must see's?

Discussion in 'Sea World / Discovery Cove' started by Mommytobree, Jun 16, 2012.

  1. Mommytobree

    Mommytobree Mouseketeer

    Mar 23, 2009
    We'll be spending one day at Sea World in August. What are some not miss attractions? None of my kids are going to enjoy the roller coaster(s). I know they'll want to do some of the kiddy rides in Shamoo's Happy Harbor and Atlantis for sure.

    What else?
  2. sdwrdt

    sdwrdt Mouseketeer

    Nov 22, 1999
    when we went, we had 2 teenage girls.

    We LOVED Shamu - the show and watching them in the tanks, the Dolphin Nursery, Seamore & Clyde and the mime beforehand, the stingrays and dolphins. We didn't do ANY rides - well, my husband and older daughter did one of the coasters and we did the Polar Express because it was Thanksgiving. But that's a simulator.
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  4. Thumper_Man

    Thumper_Man DDC 684

    Jul 30, 2009
    These are must do's.

    One Ocean - Shamu Show
    Blue Horizons - Dolphin Show
    Clyde and Seamore Take Pirate Island - Sea Lion Show. (As PP pointed out, get there early and see the mime.)

    Shark Tank
    Wild Arctic (You can skip the simulator ride and get in faster if you do the walking tour. Simulator ride is fun though if you've never done it.)
    Manta Aquarium
    Dolphin Cove

    Journey to Atlantis (Warning you will get soaked)
  5. mouseplanner

    mouseplanner Mouseketeer

    Feb 26, 2006
    My kids loved all of the shows. Pets Ahoy is cute too - save it for the afternoon when you need a break as it is in an air conditioned theater. Also, we loved the new exhibit Turtle Trek - which includes a 360 degree 3D movie (also in a/c) - although there may be some scenes that might frighten a very sensitive child. The sea lion/otter exhibit is also a lot of fun - they were roaring pretty loud and the little ones were flipping all over the place. Not sure when you are going but there are some really adorable babies there now. The only rides my kids did were Atlantis and Wild Arctic - there is plenty to do.
  6. BigDaddyShoo

    BigDaddyShoo Earning My Ears

    Jun 21, 2012
    You'll do yourself a disservice, if you miss out on Turtle Trek. It was probably the single-most immersive movie experience I have ever seen.

    Also, I think Blue Horizons is the best show they have.
  7. mimefan

    mimefan Earning My Ears

    Sep 22, 2006
    I think Pets Ahoy is one of the most unexpected treats at SeaWorld but my favorite show is Clyde and Seamore. Several people mentioned the mime, who shouldn't be missed. If you are on Facebook, the mimes have a fan page. Please join! Search SeaWorld Mime Orlando or copy and paste below:!/groups/133019505327/

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