SeaWorld Orlando MLK Weekend Offerings

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Photo: Orlando Informer

SeaWorld Orlando is really stepping it up this Martin Luther King weekend.

SeaWorld Orlando is offering free beer this weekend, Saturday – Monday for all guests ages 21 and up. This offer is available at the Waterway Grill Bar from 11am to park close. Guests must provide their valid driver’s license to prove their age. The type of beer may vary, but it’s a free 7 ounce glass of beer just for walking in the gate of the park!

Also this weekend, SeaWorld is offering its Inside Look Event. This event is included with your park admission. The hours for the event are 11am- 6pm with varying times for each exhibit.

SeaWorld Orlando’s website describes each experience as follows:

Inside Marine Mammal Care
Step behind the scenes and get a glimpse of what it takes at SeaWorld, from feeding at the fish house to a poolside experience at Dolphin Cove led by our animal care specialists.”
Experience available between 11a.m. – 12:30p.m. & 2p.m. – 4:30p.m.

Inside SeaWorld Rescue Center
Visit the home base of the SeaWorld Rescue Team to meet and hear from the dedicated filtration experts, animal care personnel, lab technicians, and veterinarians who work around the clock to deliver life-saving care to animals in need.

Inside Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin
Venture beyond the ice and snow of SeaWorld’s penguin habitat and learn what goes into caring for these beloved birds who hail from some of the coldest environments in the world. Enjoy Inside Look-exclusive views and learn from our animal care specialists how we feed and care for an entire colony of penguins.

Inside Pacific Point Preserve
Take a behind-the-scenes look at the home of our California sea lions and harbor seals. Hear stories and gain insights from the animal care specialists who care for them every day and learn what it takes to maintain a thriving sea lion social group.

Inside Shark Encounter
Get a topside view at Shark Encounter and unlock the mysteries of caring for the sharks and sawfish in SeaWorld’s 700,000-gallon shark habitat. Visit the medical pool and learn how we give annual physicals. See the moving walkway that temporarily divides the exhibit for cleaning and discover how we feed our sharks.

Inside Orca Encounter
See more and learn more with exclusive backstage access at Orca Encounter. Meet and hear from the dedicated animal care specialists who safeguard the health and well-being of our killer whales. See where hundreds of pounds of fish are prepared each day, check out our larger-than-life whale toys, and visit our medical pool and system of habitat pools to better understand the dynamics of caring for SeaWorld’s largest residents.
Experience available between 12p.m. – 2p.m. & 3p.m. – 6p.m.

Inside Wild Arctic
Step behind the scenes into the maze of back hallways that provide service access to the beluga whales and harbor seals that call Wild Arctic home. Plus, meet the team members who spend their days caring for these incredible animals.”

Please note that SeaWorld has stated that the Pacific Point Reserve and the Shark Encounter Inside Look events are not ADA Accessible.

Another ticket offering that SeaWorld is currently promoting is their Eat Free with your Ticket offer.

The ticket is priced at $89.99 and includes park admission and one free meal to enjoy during your day at SeaWorld Orlando. The meal includes a side and a non-alcoholic drink. It is not valid at Sharks Underwater Grill, Dine with Orcas, special events or Seven Seas. SeaWorld is also selling a Two Park ($121.99) and Three Park ticket ($143.99) with a two or three free meals that includes two or three days at SeaWorld and any of its sister parks, Aquatica, Busch Gardens, and Adventure Island. These tickets must be used by February 28th. But Hurry, these deals are only valid until January 16th.

Now is the time to visit SeaWorld Orlando with all these great offerings for their guests.

Are you ready to partake in this fun at SeaWorld Orlando? Comment below and let us know!


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