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SeaWorld San Antonio


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The world's largest marine life adventure and family entertainment park, features popular shows like "Shamu Visions," starring world-famous Shamu, while high divers aerialists and swimmers also perform with whales and dolphins. The Lost Lagoon Water Park features a wave pool, water slides and a kid-sized activity area. Other rides include the "Steel Eel" and the "The Great White."

Hammerhead sharks and tropical fish cruise the depths of Sharks/The Coral Reef, while perky penguins frolic in Penguin Encounter. Visit the world-renowned Anheuser-Busch Clydesdale horses, feed and touch Atlantic bottlenose dolphins at Dolphin Cove, and learn about endangered Hawaiian monk seals at the Seal and Sea Lion Community.

Open weekends and some weekdays in spring; daily during summer; weekends in fall through Thanksgiving weekend. At Ray Ellison Dr. and Westover Hills Blvd. off Texas 151, 16 miles northwest of downtown.


Admission: Admission fee
Hours: Varied
Address: 10500 Sea World Dr
Phone: 210/523-3611
Our Website:www.seaworld.com

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