Earn Your SeaWorld Expert Explorer PinPick up your SeaWorld Inside Look Event Map and Stamp Page at different animal exhibits inside the park. Then collect stamps by visiting Inside Look event locations throughout SeaWorld. After you have collected 6 stamps, visit The SeaWorld Store to receive the newest 2019 Expert Explorer Pin.
Available on a first-come, first-serve basis while supplies last.
Digital Explorer's Guide DownloadGo green and download your digital booklet copy to get an Inside Look into how SeaWorld is turning the park inside out. Plus, complete the stamp page to receive your unique 2019 Expert Explorer Pin.
INSIDE LOOK BOOKLET COMING SOON!
NEW! Lecture Series
Ocearch Expedition Leader and Shark Tracker, Chris Fischer (June 1-2), and Sea Rescue Star, Jody Westberg (June 8-9), share their experiences with animal babies, research, rescue and their passion for wildlife conservation.
LOCATION: Mission Bay Theater
TIMES: 11 a.m., 1 p.m.
Ever seen a killer whale give birth? View past San Diego whale births on the infinity screen. Witness their development and learn interesting facts about each whale in our care.
LOCATION: Orca Encounter
TIME: 12:00 p.m.
What does it take to raise a sea otter pup? Listen to our behaviorist’s experiences. Get an up-close view of adult sea otters interacting with enrichments, and learn how our otter surrogacy program helps wild populations.
LOCATION: Otter Outlook
TIMES: 10:30 a.m., 1:45 p.m.
Learn how the training process begins with our young sea lions. This includes basic training, relationship building and socialization. You may also get a glimpse of our new addition!
LOCATION: Sea Lion and Otter Amphitheater
TIME: 2:15 p.m.
All dolphins at Dolphin Amphitheater were born within our SeaWorld family of parks. Sandy is the oldest (40 years) and she’s given birth to six calves. Learn about other mother and calf pairs that reside here in San Diego. You may even catch a glimpse of our youngest dolphin calf, Blue, and his mom, Melanie.
LOCATION: Dolphin Amphitheater
TIME: 2:45 p.m.
Do you know why flamingo chicks are white instead of pink? Learn more interesting facts and pose your own questions to flamingo keepers about how flamingo babies are raised. Take a photo on our flamingo mound and post with the hashtag #parktoplanet.
LOCATION: Flamingo Cove
TIMES: 12:30 p.m., 4 p.m.