Spreading over 77 hectares (190 acres), SeaWorld San Diego features 26 animal habitats and dozens of shows and interactive exhibits depicting sea life in its many forms. Make a splash on the water roller coaster Journey to Atlantis, with its 18 m (60 ft) drop, or venture through the underwater tunnels for an up-close look at the giant sea turtles and great white sharks. Swim with the dolphins or dine alongside Shamu the orca. Arrange to visit SeaWorld San Diego and other attractions in San Diego using our San Diego holiday planner.
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SeaWorld San Diego reviews
Terrible to employees and animals. Gigantic animals in such a small place. Little kids would probably enjoy it but some of the animals were in tanks with others species and animals, which was weird...
Terrible to employees and animals. Gigantic animals in such a small place. Little kids would probably enjoy it but some of the animals were in tanks with others species and animals, which was weird... more »
A wonderful experience for the whole family awaits you at the San Diego Sea World. In addition to the orca, dolphin, penguin, and shark enclosures, you are welcomed by smaller rides for the kids...
A wonderful experience for the whole family awaits you at the San Diego Sea World. In addition to the orca, dolphin, penguin, and shark enclosures, you are welcomed by smaller rides for the kids... more »
Our family had a lots fun there. The Dolphin show and other water shows are amazing. Rides are fun. Fish, Shocks, the entrance all the fish and sea animals are amazing and Education. Lots beautiful Flamingos. Staff are nice and friendly. The place really cleaned and Continues cleaning all the time. Really safe. They have good yummy food and they have the best grill Turkey legs in the world! 😋🍗 We all loved. We should buy Year pass so can go back more often. Fun fun place. Will go back again.
Not too bad, first time out in public for a family outing and it was nice. Some of the attractions were closed, but there was plenty to do. With that being said the wait time for the remaining attractions that were still opened are pretty long. Social distancing is difficult at a theme park, and I felt the staff still did a great job reminding the guests to keep masks on. We were still able to enjoy the snacks there. The food stands were a bit pricey, but we were there to enjoy the day and budgeted a head of time as well. So be prepared to spend some money. The overall experience was still great. My family and I still had a good time. Great job staff!
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