Halloween Spooktacular at SeaWorld – San Diego
SeaWorld is a great place for a family vacation. There are plenty of attractions inside SeaWorld and it never gets boring. They have the largest collections of water animals in North America. They have many star animals in the park like Killer whales, Bottlenose Dolphins, and Beluga whales, which continue to attract visitors from around the world. They have educational programs that help children know more about water animals.
Fall is a great season for vacationing with family at Sea World. During this time, there are abundant shows that are based on Halloween and Christmas themes. Children will always have quality time with family at SeaWorld throughout the year, but fall season makes it extra special with cooling weather and moods of the animals. If you have never been to SeaWorld during fall, you should try the experience and then compare it with your visit during other seasons.
This Halloween, you can enjoy the new themed spooky adventure show “Clyde & Seamore’s Spooky Adventure” at SeaWorld. It is a 20 minute show, which is conducted at the Sea Lion and Otter stadium inside SeaWorld. The show’s theme is about the adventures of Clyde and Seamore (sea lions) and O.P. Otter inside Uncle Schmedley’s Castle. The event is throwback to 1980’s era. This spooky adventure show is one of the best shows inside SeaWorld. The Halloween spooktacular show runs until the 26th of October.
Apart from this, there are many more silly spooky shows, fun-fishy activities and photo ops with wacky characters for this Halloween season. You can come in your Halloween costumes and have fun trick-or-treating at SeaWorld.
You can check out the show timings at the theme park gates. Four special Halloween shows are:
- Blue Horizons - Timings : 12:45 PM, 3:30 PM,
- One Ocean - Timings : 2:00 PM,
- Pets Rule – Timings : 11:00 AM, 1:15 PM
- Clyde and Seamore's Spooky Adventure – Timings: 12:00 PM, 2:45 PM.
Park hours: 10:00 am to 5.00pm.
Don’t miss out the adventurous and spooky time in SeaWorld!
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