Now, Disney has partnered with several organizations to open the LARGEST coral reef rescue center of its kind!
SeaWorld San Diego has been closed for quite some time now due to the global pandemic.
But it will be reopening in a limited way very soon.
We’re LIVE from the grand reopening of SeaWorld Orlando to see how crowds, entertainment, health and safety procedures are looking.
SeaWorld, like Disney World, is requiring an advance reservation in order to enter the parks. Therefore, guests knew prior to entering that they’d be spending the day at the park. Now, let’s head inside together!
We’ve got our eyes on Disney World’s reopening, but other Orlando parks are opening too.
SeaWorld Orlando recently announced its upcoming reopening for June 11th — that’s TOMORROW! Now, their gearing up for the return of guests with some changes to procedures and an all-new guest reservation system for the theme parks. We noticed that the system seemed to point to SeaWorld being open five days a week and the company just confirmed — noting some capacity changes, too!
Orlando theme parks are working through the reopening process, and things are a little different!
SeaWorld is set to reopen one month ahead of Disney on June 11th. Today, a new reservation system launched to help SeaWorld Orlando to limit capacity in all of their theme parks, but the process might have told us something else. It appears that reservations are only available for select days of the week. So, by the looks of it, SeaWorld may remain closed select days of the week for the time being. Take a look!
Disney World isn’t the only Florida theme park with its eye on reopening!
SeaWorld Orlando reopening plan has been approved and the park will reopen on June 11th. SeaWorld has shared that the park is going to use a guest reservations system — potentially like the one we expect to see in Disney. So, if you want to get your SeaWorld on, get ready because SeaWorld theme park guest reservations are available NOW!
SeaWorld pitched their June 11th reopening date the same day that Disney World announced theirs.
Since then, SeaWorld’s reopening has been approved and they are beginning to move towards the reopening of SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica Orlando, and Discovery Cove a week from today. Now, they’ve announced that the parks will require reservations and they’ve launched a new safety webpage for each of the parks.
This past week has been FULL of crazy and hard-to-understand announcements from Disney, as well as other major Orlando theme parks! It seems like every day, another MAJOR headline drops!
Let’s recap ALL of the news you may have missed this week as the summer season kicks off!
Now that California Governor Gavin Newsom says theme parks may reopen in Phase Three, Legoland has just proposed its reopening date.
The theme park located in Carlsbad, California is hoping to reopen on July 1st.
Just now, SeaWorld Orlando has proposed a reopening date.
Some smaller Orlando attractions like Fun Spot and Gatorland have already reopened, and Universal Orlando Resort has announced its parks will welcome back the general public on June 5th. Last week, SeaWorld Orlando ran tests of their Mako Coaster with masked riders, and now they have submitted a proposed date for reopening as well!