Touch a world that touches you at SeaWorld® San Diego
SeaWorld® is a world-class marine park known for spectacular animal shows, interactive experiences, exciting rides and seasonal events, including the Seven Seas® Food Festival and Christmas Celebration.
SeaWorld’s Electric Eel™ is San Diego’s tallest and fastest roller coaster. Featuring a triple-launch experience, speeds of more than 60 mph and a height of 150 feet.
Check out Orca Encounter™, a live documentary-style presentation featuring SeaWorld’s family of killer whales is enhanced by an infinity screen detailing the impact these great mammals have on the planet we share.
Thrill-seekers get charged on Journey to Atlantis®, Shipwreck Rapids® and Manta®, SeaWorld’s double-launch coaster. For animal lovers, there’s Turtle Reef, Penguin Encounter®, Shark Encounter® and more. Over the last five decades, SeaWorld San Diego’s Rescue Team has taken in and cared for nearly 20,000 marine animals. SeaWorld’s goal is to rehabilitate and return animals to the wild, giving them a second chance at life.
SeaWorld in 2019 was excited to launch Tidal Twister, a dueling roller coaster, as its thrilling new attraction. The first of its kind in the world, this unique and horizontal ride is an exhilarating experience that demonstrates the power of the ocean. Elevated 16 feet off the ground, Tidal Twister will be located adjacent to the Aquaria touch pool and aquarium, the perfect location to accentuate the new attraction ’s conservation element that focuses on sustainable aquaculture and coral reef protection.
***UPDATE*** SeaWorld will operate as a theme park with rides, roller coasters, indoor and outdoor animal attractions, and outdoor animal presentations with physically-distanced seating. Per CA COVID-19 restrictions, by purchasing a date-specific ticket or making a reservation to visit the park, you are confirming you and your party size will not contain more than 3 households and that all guests are California in-state visitors OR those who are out-of-state visitors will show proof of a fully completed COVID-19 vaccine (you are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after your second shot, or two weeks after the one-dose vaccine).