Sea World Orlando Does Christmas Right

We never miss Sea World’s Christmas celebration, and lucky for us Sea World is taking the seasonal celebration to a different level this year with added shows and attractions. Mia and I had the chance to enjoy the festivities last Friday evening. While we were limited on time due to the freakishly cold FL weather and the fact that I gave birth 2 weeks ago, we had a great time and plan to go back with our annual passes before Christmas.

New This Year…

Sea of Trees – Guests will discover 75 massive trees, each sparkling, lighted and choreographed to classic holiday tunes, making a dramatic display around SeaWorld’s center lake. I have to quote Mia in regards to the Sea of Trees, “Mom *long pause* this is a special moment.” Truly one of the most AMAZING, beautiful and unique things I have ever seen.

Sea of Trees

The Christmas Market – Located on the park’s Bayside Pathway, guests can shop for one-of-a-kind gifts and dine on scrumptious holiday delights. Hot chocolate in a Sea World refillable mug recommended! Annual pass holders will receive 20% in the park through Christmas! So, get your holiday shopping on.

Christmas Marketplace

Returning from last year’s festivities are Shamu’s Christmas show, Miracles; The Polar Express, where guests jump aboard a trip to the North Pole to visit Santa; Winter Wonderland on Ice, skating show choreographed with dancing fountains and fireworks; Clyde and Seamore’s Countdown to Christmas, a hilarious sea lion duo make sure Santa doesn’t miss them this year.

Mia and her friend Kai at Seamore and Clyde Show

Countdown to Christmas

Tip: Those interested in a Sea World annual pass… Buy now and get three months free!! I plan on taking advantage for sure.

Sea of Trees and Marketplace photos courtesy of Sea World Orlando

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Posted on by Amanda in Orlando, Travel 2 Comments

2 Responses to Sea World Orlando Does Christmas Right

  1. Eight is Enough~Jenn~

    Sea World is one of my favorite places! I miss it now that I live in South Florida. I actually grew up very, very close to Sea World =D

  2. Heather Reneau

    Cool — Kai and his crazy hat made the blog! Fun running into you girls.

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