Starting today through June 27, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment is offering free admission for U.S. military veterans and their families to its SeaWorld Orlando, SeaWorld San Antonio, and SeaWorld San Diego parks. Since its launch in 2005, more than 10 million guests – active-duty military members, veterans, and their families – have enjoyed the company’s parks for […]
One of the most incredible stories of 2020 was the story of Indiana Beach. The park, closed and abandoned by Apex Park Group LLC, was bought and thrived under new ownership. Enthusiasts were hopeful that a similar outcome could occur with Clementon Park, an historic park that closed at the end of 2019. A listing […]
SeaWorld is kicking off 2021 with a food festival that’s bigger, better and packed with more flavor than ever before! This year at Orlando’s largest theme park food festival, foodies and families alike can discover the widest variety of chef- and mixologist-curated tastes inspired by cultures from across the Seven Seas. After a year of […]
The Shark Swim Program at Discovery Cove is back! Modified with enhanced health and safety measures, capacity will be further limited to create an even more exclusive experience for guests to learn about several species of sharks as they swim alongside them in The Grand Reef, and roam the spacious grounds of this peaceful all-inclusive […]
This weekend, the Taste of Seven Seas Food Festival launches at SeaWorld Orlando. SeaWorld Orlando’s annual spring event, the Seven Seas Food Festival, resumes this summer in a modified format at SeaWorld Orlando for guests to enjoy select fan favorite food options in a safe environment. Each week, guests can sample popular food and drink features from […]
In lieu of the COVID-19 pandemic, many parks are forced to make the tough decision on whether to open or remained closed. Rye Playland was forced to make that decision earlier this week, when it decided to remain closed for the 2020 season. The decision was based off of a lengthy review over whether the […]
In 1972, Kings Island opened with 3 roller coasters: Bavarian Beetle, Racer, and Scooby Doo. Many folks know about the Racer and Scooby Doo (now Woodstock Express), but few remember the Bavarian Beetle. The story of the Bavarian Beetle started in 1969 at Cincinnati’s Coney Island. Coney Island had an massive expansion in the 1950’s. […]
In the 1980s Kings Island was home to several record breaking coasters: King Cobra, Beast, Racer, and the Screamin’ Demon. The Screamin’ Demon, also referred to as the Demon, was one of the first shuttle loop coasters ever built. The ride was installed in 1977 as part of a $5 million dollar upgrade to the […]
Today, SeaWorld San Antonio announced exciting details about Texas Stingray – the soon to be tallest, fastest and longest wooden roller coaster in the state of Texas, set to open in spring 2020. This record-breaking coaster, which will reach a top speed of 55 mph, will be located across from the new Turtle Reef exhibit […]
Discovery Cove recently welcomed a colorful new group of guests to the park – eight Caribbean flamingos. Comprised of four males and four females, the group of flamingos (known as a flamboyance) arrived in late June after making the short trip from neighboring SeaWorld Orlando. The flamingos have settled in and are enjoying an expansive […]
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