SeaWorld San Diego Announces November Events
KILLER WHALES UP-CLOSE TOUR: For more than 50 years, SeaWorld’s killer whales have touched the hearts and inspired millions of people to conserve our ocean habitats. Now, those who want to meet these majestic marine mammals up close and personal are in for a special treat, as SeaWorld San Diego unveils its new Killer Whales Up-Close Tour! During this exclusive encounter, guests are just feet away from killer whales, while animal behaviorists—commonly known as trainers—guide them through an experience, which may include providing enrichment for the whales or giving them cues for trained behaviors. While showcasing the world-class care and attention SeaWorld’s pod receives daily, SeaWorld’s behaviorists also share personal, intriguing stories and facts about the whales. For more information visit: www.SeaWorldSanDiego.com (click on Things to Do, then Exclusive Experiences and Killer Whales Up-Close Tour).
UNWRAP SAN DIEGO’S PREMIER CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION: SeaWorld’s holiday traditions return with a new breathtaking live nativity musical featuring more than 30 carols, storytelling puppets and live animals—camels, a donkey, doves, sheep and llamas. O Wondrous Night, The Greatest Story Never Told tells the Christmas story from a different point of view: through the eyes of animals. This stage show is part of SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration, Nov. 18, 2017 through Jan. 6, 2018. The most famous reindeer of all, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, returns this holiday season. SeaWorld San Diego is the only theme park on the West Coast where people can meet this lovable character. Park guests can also cozy up at Santa’s Christmas Village and enjoy story time with Mrs. Claus, share their wish list and take pictures with Santa and encounter real reindeer. Seasonal favorites that have made SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration a family holiday tradition will be back: Dolphin Island Christmas and Clyde & Seamore’s Christmas Special animal shows, along more than a million holiday lights, hundreds of Christmas trees and 5,000 feet of garland. Plus, the lights of SeaWorld’s 320-foot Skytower Tree of Lights, Southern California’s largest Christmas tree, will dance in sync with classic holiday songs. For more information visit: www.SeaWorldSanDiego.com.
TIME TO LIGHT THE SEAWORLD CHRISTMAS TREE: On Thursday evening, Nov. 16, youngsters ages 7 through 18 from Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Diego County will participate in the heartwarming annual tradition of illuminating the park’s 40-foot Happiest Christmas Tree at Rudolph’s Christmastown with Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and his friends. SeaWorld San Diego is an official community partner with Big Brothers Big Sisters, which provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better.
SAVE WITH SEAWORLD’S SOCAL ANNUAL PASS: SeaWorld San Diego has quite the unmatched theme park deal—the all-new SoCal Annual Pass. For just $99.99, this pass is only $10 more than the cost of a single-day admission. The pass’ value extends beyond its price, with 12 months of unlimited admission, free parking, two free guest tickets valid for select dates and discounts on in-park purchases. That is more than $400 in annual value. The annual pass can now be purchased for less than $100 and there are no blackout dates. SeaWorld is also offering the annual pass on easy payments of less than $9 a month through the park’s EZPay program with no down payment. Plus, a visit to SeaWorld helps support animal rescue programs with millions of dollars in donations and in-kind services to conservation projects around the world. Visiting animals at SeaWorld supports efforts to save them in the wild. For more information visit: www.SeaWorldSanDiego.com.
Photos and videos are available upon request. For more information, please contact SeaWorld Public Relations at (619) 226-3929, or visit the online Media Room at www.SeaWorldSanDiego.com.