Sea World Orlando



While we visit LegoLand regularly, we decided that it was time that Miss Cupcake went to a larger theme park. 
Sea World was the logical choice since she adores fish and all things nautical.  
I was pleased to find that Sea World is quite toddler friendly.
There is an entire kiddie ride section that I had never even noticed during my pre-baby visits.



While the rides were definitely a hit, Miss Cupcake was equally amused by the shows.
Our family favorite was the One Ocean.  This all-new Shamu show features majestic killer whales in an array of vivid colors and global rhythms of the ocean.  Dancing fountains set the stage as you connect with thrilling sea creatures, feel the energy and sprit of life underneath the sea, and realize that we are all part of one world, one ocean.


Miss Cupcake adored the dolphins and killer wales!
However, her favorite show was Pets Ahoy which featured positively adorable trained animals who had been adopted from animal shelters across the country.  She giggled with delight at the fluffy pets and all their tricks.


We made oodles of memories and had a positively lovely day!
While we had originally been a bit hesitant to take a two year old to Sea World, we found that this theme park is truly fun for all ages.  In fact, we decided to upgrade to yearly passes before we left.


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Planning a visit to Sea World?
Individuals with Florida teacher's license receive a FREE year pass.
Toddlers under the age of 3 are always FREE.
Currenlly, pre-school passes are available FREE to children under the ago of 5.

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