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Exclusive Tour Experiences

  • Behind the scenes tour

    Behind-the-Scenes Tour

    Touch a shark, interact with a penguin, and explore how our park works on this Behind-the-Scenes Tour!

  • Wild Artic Tour

    Beluga and Walrus Up-Close Tour

    Ever dream of interacting with a walrus or beluga whales? Discover what makes animals from the coldest areas of the planet amazing on this unique interactive behind-the-scenes tour.

  • Get up close with amazing dolphins at this SeaWorld encounter

    Dolphin Encounter

    See how we care for our dolphins, participate in a training session and touch a dolphin on this approximately 15-minute animal encounter.

  • Dolphins Up Close Tour

    Dolphins Up-Close Tour

    Have you ever dreamed of meeting the ocean’s most playful ambassador? Find yourself face-to-face with bottlenose dolphins during this incredible approximately 30-minute hands-on tour.

  • Penguin Tour Interaction

    Penguins Up-Close Tour

    Don’t miss your chance to chill out with the coolest birds at SeaWorld. During your approximately 45-minute adventure at Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin®, you will meet one of our incredible birds and learn all about their care from our animal experts.

  • Sharks Underwater Grill

    Private VIP Tour

    Enjoy a seven-hour guided, private group tour including a meal at Sharks Underwater Grill®, front-of-line access to rides, VIP seating at our signature shows, animal interactions and more!

  • Sea Lion Uo Close Tour

    Sea Lions Up-Close Tour

    Find yourself face-to-face with our personable pinnipeds for a special photo opportunity followed by an exciting feeding session at Pacific Point Preserve.

  • Sharks Up Close Tour

    Sharks Up-Close Tour

    Separate fact from fiction as you explore the incredible diversity and design of sharks on this approximately 45-minute walking tour. Dare to peer down into our 700,000-gallon aquarium to discover how we care for these perfect predators. Then, touch a small shark and find out why these ancient species need our help now more than ever.