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SeaWorld San Antonio’s Educational programs are aligned with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills and are specifically designed educational adventures for students and educators of all ages. We offer a variety of experiences that include hands on activities, immersive exhibit explorations, and up-close encounters with animals that can be tailored to a group’s educational goals.
To request to book your Guided Field Trip, please click here to fill out the Guided Field Trip Request form.
Guided program designed for students in Pre-K through 5th grade. Our trained guides will lead your group on an educational adventure as they explore, ask questions, and investigate the amazing animals and habitats found at SeaWorld. Students will visit our immersive exhibits and participate in hands on activities to learn how we care for the animals and habitats at SeaWorld and around the world. Do you have specific education goals in mind for your field trip? Let us know and we will do our best to create a schedule and curriculum to fit your needs.
Join us on the ultimate SeaWorld field trip as we play with sea lion and killer whales, go behind the scenes to meet penguins, beluga whales, sharks, and more! Get a closer view to learn the basics of animal care and husbandry, animal training, and rescue and rehabilitation on a one of a kind, all day experience! Recommended for students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
Prices starting at $150 per student. $50 per chaperone.
For more details or to reserve your spot, call our Education Office at 210-523-3608.
SeaWorld Up Close
Guided program designed for students in 6th through 8th grades. Dive into the diverse habitats of SeaWorld as students investigate the connection between animals, their habitat, and the resources we share. A trained guide will lead your group in exploring immersive exhibits, hands on activities, and behind the scenes experiences here where they will learn how we care the animals at SeaWorld and around the globe. Do you have specific education goals in mind for your field trip? Let us know and we will do our best to create a schedule and curriculum to fit your needs.
Guided program for students in 9th through 12th grade. Learn what it takes to run a Marine Life theme park and give students an opportunity to speak directly with SeaWorld Animal and Hospitality experts. Our trained guides will lead students in learning about the education and training required for some of the careers found at our park. Students will also visit our animal exhibits and go behind the scenes to discover how we care for our diverse collection of animals. Do you have a specific career path or other educational goals in mind for your field trip? Let us know and we will do our best to create a schedule and curriculum to fit your needs.
Guided program for students for all ages. During our Special Needs Program, your students will explore our animals and their habitats through activities developed to meet the unique needs of each student. Experienced instructors will ensure each student receives individualized attention for a truly enriching experience. Our staff will work with you to develop the activities and experiences that will best meet the needs of your group.
Self-guided program designed for students in Pre-K through 5th Grade. Teachers and chaperones will lead their students in learning about the animals and habitats found at SeaWorld by visiting our immersive animal exhibits. Groups can bring their lunch and enjoy a picnic in between our engaging and educational animal shows.
$8 per teacher and student; $25 per extra adult chaperone
Self-Guided Adventure is offered every Thursday and Friday during the 2021-2022 School Year.
To request and book your Self-Guided Field Trip, please click here to fill out the Self-Guided Field Trip Request form.
Home School Day
Self-guided program exclusively for homeschool students. Parents and students will have exclusive access to the park and will have the opportunity to learn all about our animals and their habitats by visiting exhibits, going behind the scenes, and watching educational and engaging shows designed just for students. Our trained educators will be stationed around the park providing additional educational opportunities. Participants can enjoy a picnic lunch (not provided) during their stay. The Park will be closed to outside guests and students will not have access to restaurants, all gift shops, or theme park attractions.