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SeaWorld San Diego

SeaWorld San Diego

SeaWorld San Diego

  • Address: 500 Sea World Dr., San Diego, CA
  • Location: Mission Bay
  • Hours: Open every day of the year. Hours of operation vary, dependent on season and special events scheduled
  • Transportation: Metropolitan Transit System offers service to SeaWorld San Diego. Information available at sdmts.com and by calling 511
  • Phone: (800) 25-SHAMU (800-257-4268) (Toll-Free); international: +(1) 619-226-3901
  • Web site: www.seaworld.com/sandiego/
  • Prices: 1-day admission $69 adults, $59 children 3-9, free for children 2 and under. A $5 ticket for children 3-12 is available by advance purchase only. Various multi-day and special programs passes are offered at SeaWorld San Diego
  • Credit Cards: Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express

What to see - Shows - While Shamu has always received top billing at SeaWorld San Diego, the supporting players also know how to put on a show. Today’s showstoppers include Sea Lions LIVE, Blue Horizons, Pets Rule and Sesame Street Presents: Lights, Camera, Imagination. Seeing Elmo, Big Bird and their buddies in a 4-D theater experience is a preschooler’s dream come true.

What to see - Scenery and exhibits - SeaWorld San Diego is picture postcard perfect. Climates and coastal landscapes from around the globe are meticulously recreated for visitors to SeaWorld San Diego. In a matter of moments at SeaWorld San Diego, it is possible to experience all kinds of extremes, from the warm waters that pink flamingos flock to, to the tunnel entrance to the tundra, where the Wild Arctic is home to polar bears and walruses.

What to ride - The price of admission to SeaWorld San Diego entitles guests to go on most rides. There is an additional fee for two - Skytower, Bayside Skyride

Mark that calendar - Every day at SeaWorld San Diego is special. But throughout the year, extra special events and shows are scheduled. Here is what is on the horizon: Spring 2011 lineup - Shamu Rocks, The Shamu Story, Sea Lions Tonite and Into the Blue, a musical fireworks presentation. The spectacular Cirque de la Mer is set to return to SeaWorld San Diego in Summer 2011.

Adventure Camps - The fun and excitement of summer camp is a year-round experience at SeaWorld San Diego. Scout troops, youth organizations, families and kids of all ages can participate in sleepovers. Behind-the-Scenes guided tours and Animal Interactions at SeaWorld San Diego - While observing animals from a distance is nice, getting up-close and personal is fantastic! SeaWorld San Diego offers guests a chance to go face-to-face with some magnificent creatures known for their flippers and fins. Feeding and touching a beluga whale or bottlenose dolphin is incredibly awe-inspiring.

Discounts - Lots of options are available at SeaWorld San Diego for multi-day and multi-park admission. Here are some of the best deals around: Southern California residents - A discounted 1-day ticket and an annual pass are available. All visitors - Various one-day and multi-admission passes good at SeaWorld San Diego, the San Diego Zoo and other Southern California parks and attractions can save visitors a significant amount of money. A 7-day pass to SeaWorld San Diego, a San Diego Zoo or Universal Studios combo pass and a Southern California City PASS (valid at Disney Parks, too) are all worth consideration.

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