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Westin Cape Coral Weekend Getaway

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Christmas at Sea World

Christmas At Sea World Orlando & Ticket Giveaway

We never miss Christmas at Sea World and neither should you! My absolute favorite thing to see is the Sea of Trees, where over 100 massive trees, each sparkling, lighted and choreographed to classic holiday tunes, making a dramatic display around SeaWorld’s center lake. Mia counts the days until she can take a ride on the Polar Express to see Santa Claus at the Wild Arctic exhibit.

Sea of Trees

The daily shows, like Clyde and Seamore and Shamu show, are transformed with a holiday twist. A Sesame Street Christmas is a great show for the little ones and all ages will enjoy watching the world-class figure skaters amaze the crowd.

If you get to Sea World during the Christmas season you can get your Fun Card to come back throughout 2013. It’s the best deal for sure – $89 and $81 for kids 3-9. A whole year of family activities are lined up for you and already paid for ahead of time. Just Kids is coming up in January and there’s always Summer Nights and Halloween Spooktacular.

And now for good news… I am giving away four entrance tickets to a lucky winner to enjoy Christmas at Sea World! (The tickets need to be used prior to December 31, 2012)

To Enter: All you need to do is comment on this post telling me a sea creature who you think might be on the naughty list. There are no right or wrong answer here! Just a little holiday fun.

For Extra Entries: Follow @mammamiafl on Twitter and tweet the contest daily for extra entries. You need to leave a comment letting me know you did so for the entry to count.

Winner: The winner will be randomly selected from the entries on Wednesday, December 5 at 3 pm.

I just uploaded photos from our most recent Sea World Christmas visit to Instagram! Be sure to follow me!
Instagram

*Sea World provided four tickets to be given away on The Mamma Mia Blog. All thoughts and opinions about Sea World are my own.

 

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