SeaWorld's Christmas Celebration and
SnowWorld Promises a Winter Wonderland of Fun for Everyone
With special holiday-themed animal shows, real snow, reindeer, festive decor and more, SeaWorld San Diego boasts a winter wonderland of snowmen, snowballs and family fun.
SnowWorld - open Daily at at SeaWorld's Arctic Plaza! This area will feature more than 6,500 square feet of fresh snow each day for sled riding, snowmen, snow balls and impromptu visits with SeaWorld's arctic foxes, adding to the wintery atmosphere.
Santa's Cottage - meet Santa in his cottage in Christmas Village! You will have the opportunity to take a special photo with Santa and your family. Also enjoy Christmas cookie decorating and visits from Santa’s special elves.
The Happiest Christmas Tree - located in the Christmas Village, the Happiest Christmas Tree dances the night away to everyone's favorite Christmas tunes. Shows run every 10 minutes starting at 5 p.m
Breakfast With Shamu and Santa - a seasonal event happening during the weeks leading up to Christmas. Have breakfast with you favorite Orca and the big man, himself! See website for more details and how to make reservations.
Reindeer Training Academy - one of the highlights of this year's celebration is having two of Santa’s reindeers-in-training vacationing in the park for the holidays.
Only SeaWorld can offer this kind of unique experience! Come see Shamu and friends celebrate with "Shamu's Christmas", SeaWorld's prankster-loving pinnipeds (California sea lions) have a hilarious holiday time in "Clyde and Seamore's Night Before Christmas", the cats and dogs at Pets' Playhouse take over and throw a Christmas party full of high-jinks in "Christmas Tails" and the nightly lighting of SeaWorld's 320- foot Christmas Tree of Lights. This Holiday themed list of Attractions is sure to put SeaWorld guests in the spirit of the season.
SeaWorld also offers free admission to active duty and veterans of the military! For more information, visit them here!
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