Starting April 12, 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 state COVID-19 restrictions, attendance is limited to California in-state visitors only. Party sizes may not contain more than 3 households. Guests may be asked to present proof residency upon entry. To adhere to capacity guidelines, and for the health and safety of our guests and employees, reservations are required to enter the park.
Commitment to Animal Rescue, Rehabilitation & Return
With over 38,000 Rescues, SeaWorld San Diego continues our company's commitment to rescuing and caring for marine animals.
SeaWorld's legacy of animal rescue spans more than 50 years. In that time, SeaWorld’s Rescue Teams have come to the aid of more than 38,000 sick, injured and orphaned animals in need, giving them a second chance at life. None of this would be possible without the continued support of our partner agencies, park guests, Pass Members, and dedicated team members, as well as the people across the globe taking action to protect these amazing animals and their habitats. Our teams are on call 24/7/365, partnering with multiple government agencies to rescue and help animals in need of our care.
Stay in touch with us or visit our parks, to learn more about how SeaWorld San Diego has contributed to conservation by rescuing sea lions, dolphins, sea turtles and other animals.
No two cases are the same. Our inventive animal rescue and care experts have created prosthetics, healed cracked shells, invented specialized wet suits, nursed orphans around the clock and more.
Back to the Wild
Our goal is to successfully rehabilitate and return every animal to the wild. The small percentage of animals with conditions deeming them non-releasable are given lifelong care with us or at another accredited facility.