SeaWorld will open unique marine life-themed rides and attractions across all SeaWorld parks in spring 2024. 2024 Annual Pass members will be the first to experience unique attractions before they open.
Something new in every park: SeaWorld 2024
Attractions include Penguin Trekking at SeaWorld Orlando, Jewels of the Sea: Jellyfish Experience at SeaWorld San Diego, and Catapult Falls at SeaWorld San Antonio. The new attraction continues SeaWorld’s tradition of blending adventure, discovery and family-friendly thrills inspired by marine life.
“2024 looks like another exciting year with exciting new rides and the first jellyfish exhibit at the park.” sea world Parks and Entertainment CEO Mark Swanson. “We are confident that fans will be delighted with our lineup of all-new marine life-inspired experiences that will give everyone a new way to enjoy the park.”
Penguin trekking is coming to SeaWorld Orlando
Penguin Trek features a unique snowmobile-style vehicle that takes riders on a journey through Antarctica and takes part in penguin research missions. This coaster features two exciting starts and a twisting maze, traveling at 43 miles per hour on his 3,020-foot track that traverses indoors and outdoors. Guests must experience that finale. When the coaster stops, guests at SeaWorld find themselves in the heart of Orlando’s penguin habitat.
This ride accommodates rider heights from 42 inches to 77 inches. The unique and immersive combination of coaster thrills and real animal interactions provides a spirit of adventure and exploration for the whole family, further connecting SeaWorld’s mission and commitment to animal care, education and research.
In spring 2024, Penguin Trek will become the eighth coaster to join SeaWorld Orlando’s ever-expanding portfolio of rides. While you’re there, be sure to check out other fun things to do in Orlando.
Gems of the Sea: Jellyfish Experience at SeaWorld San Diego
SeaWorld San Diego has announced the debut of “Jewels of the Sea: The Jellyfish Experience” in 2024, adding a new exciting and educational dimension to the park’s offerings. SeaWorld Park’s first Jellyfish Experience will be the park’s newest immersive and interactive aquarium.
The new exhibition welcomes visitors with a kaleidoscope of colors and shapes in three unique galleries that feel like diving into the ocean. Moon jellyfish, Pacific sea nettles, upside-down jellyfish, and comb jellyfish gracefully glide underwater while glowing with magical light. The experience features an 18-foot-tall cylinder and a 5-foot-diameter jelly sphere habitat that pours water from the top and sides that guests can touch. Guests can upgrade their experience with a behind-the-scenes tour led by an aquarist, learn more about jellyfish breeding, and get hands-on experience with the ocean’s translucent treasures.
At the Jellyfish Experience, you’ll have fun learning from experts about the origins of jellyfish, the beauty and diversity of these translucent species, their behavior and patterns, and how they’ve adapted to some of the harshest environments on Earth. While you’re in San Diego, be sure to check out these other fun experiences.
SeaWorld San Antonio opens world’s first Flume Coaster
SeaWorld San Antonio Announces catapult falls It is the world’s first flume coaster and the only vertical lift in North America. This ride includes the steepest flume drop in the world, the only vertical lift flume coaster in North America, and the highest flume drop in Texas.
The ride moves past the launch at a speed of 30 feet per second, allowing riders to feel the rush of the coaster while experiencing the sway and sway of riding the water track. Guests will get their first look at the “Catapult Falls” ride.
2024 Annual Pass members will be the first to experience new attractions
The best way to experience these new attractions is with a SeaWorld Annual Pass on sale. All pass members will receive a preview of the Jellyfish Experience and be among the first to ride Penguin Trekking and Catapult Falls.visit seaworld.com Learn more and purchase your annual pass.