SeaWorld Aquatica

The 59-acre Aquatica water park combines the best of both SeaWorld Orlando and Discovery Cove with up-close animal encounters, thrilling water rides and 80,000 square feet of white-sand beaches.


SeaWorld Orlando’s Aquatica is a one-of-a-kind water park along International Drive in Orlando and across the street from SeaWorld Orlando and its sister theme park, Discovery Cove. The 59-acre Aquatica water park combines the best of both SeaWorld Orlando and Discovery Cove with up-close animal encounters, thrilling water rides and 80,000 square feet of white-sand beaches.

Learn more about how to get discount Aquatica tickets.

Billed as “SeaWorld’s Whimsical, One-of-a-Kind Waterpark,” Sea World’s Aquatica features such attractions as side-by-side wave pools, lazy river rides, eight-lane racing slides, interactive water play areas and 36 waterslides, including a 300-foot-long enclosed waterslide that plunges riders down a 42-foot drop and through a lagoon populated by black-and-white Commerson’s dolphins. Amenities at SeaWorld Orlando’s Aquatica also include private cabana rentals, beachside waiter service, restaurants and specialty shops.

Aquatica Shopping
Sunnies n’ Such
Kiwi Traders
Adaptations
Beachies

Cabanas, lockers and towels are available for rent. Admission to Aquatica is $49.99 for adults and $44.99 for ages 3-9. Parking is $12. For more information about SeaWorld’s Aquatica, visit www.aquaticabyseaworld.com.

Other Central Florida water parks include Blizzard Beach, Typhoon Lagoon and Wet ‘n Wild Water Park along International Drive in Orlando.

Aquatica is located near the intersection of Interstate 4 and the BeachLine Expressway, just 10 minutes South of downtown Orlando and 15 minutes West of the Orlando International Airport.

Information

Find More  

Articles

Find More  

Seaworld’s Christmas Celebration Sea of Trees

The holiday season at SeaWorld is even more merry and bright with the lighting over 100 trees in the lake located in the center of the theme park in Orlando. The “Sea of Trees,” has become the dazzling centerpiece for SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration featuring a dancing light show choreographed to music. When you enter the park you won’t help but …

Continue reading  

Are You Ready For Mako?

Sink your teeth into SeaWorld’s unrivaled new coaster, Mako. Arriving summer 2016, this 200-foot hypercoaster soars to the top of the food chain as Orlando’s tallest, longest and fastest coaster. Scream through the deep dives with unmatched speed and predator power. Fly through the air with the grace and agility of the ocean’s apex predator. Orlando’s Tallest, Fastest & Longest …

Continue reading  

SeaWorld Ticket Prices Increase Today

SeaWorld Orlando’s general-admission prices increased $2 today, the theme-park company announced. SeaWorld’s ticket increases come several months after Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando raised theirs. Single-day admission now costs $99 for adults. Tickets cost $94 for children younger than 10. Discounts are available for advance purchases online, the park said. Parking has also increased from $17 to $18. SeaWorld’s …

Continue reading  

Five Things SeaWorld Will Probably Announce

On Nov. 9, SeaWorld is planning a webcast featuring CEO Joel Manby along with other senior management. The invitation-only webcast will include details of the third-quarter results and it will give new details on a company-wide strategy going forward. SeaWorld has suffered a number of disappointing quarters recently with declining revenue and attendance at their parks, specifically the SeaWorld-branded ones. …

Continue reading