We got there shortly after they opened and took a look at the showtimes. The Clyde and Seamore Take Pirate Island show was going to start, so we went there first. The show was extremely cheesy, but the kids thought it was fantastic and were so excited about the animals.
We decided to eat shortly after that was over while tons of people were watching Shamu's show. It was perfect timing - as soon as we were finishing up, the restaurant we were at starting filling quickly since the Shamu show was over. The kids had chicken strips and I had a salad.
We ran across this random "show" on the street and it was corny, but it had us laughing!
One of our most favorite parts was the Stingray attraction. It was very large and you got to touch them.
We hung out at the Dolphin Nursery for quite some time watching the baby dolphins and listening to stories about them and their mommies.
Next, we headed over to Shamu's Show. SeaWorld has several other shows, but with so much to do in just one day - this was the only other show we had time for.
There was no shortage of aquariums. Like this one you could walk through.
Or this one you can stand on!
This Journey To Atlantis ride is right outside of the wall-on aquarium. SeaWorld had several rides, but we are not into the rollercoaster age yet.
I was completely intrigued by the Manatees - they look so amazing.
Our family is in love with Dolphins. I have a personal goal to swim with dolphins one day. We stayed underground and watched them for quite some time.
This was inside one of the aquariums and was a huge hit!
Fantastic doesn't even begin to describe our SeaWorld experience. Our day was packed full and there was something to do or look at around every corner. We were so tired by the end of they day and can't wait to go back!
Thank you to SeaWorld Orlando who invited us to come visit and provided us with the tickets. This was not a sponsored post and all thoughts and opinions are 100% mine.