We love going to SeaWorld. Since my son was a baby he always likes to see all the animals and he really enjoys learning about them and being able to interact with them. We do not need an excuse to visit the park, however knowing that there are new things to experience is always good.
Just before we headed to SeaWorld last weekend, we learned that the Magic Weekends are back. Each weekend will feature different illusionists that are sure to delight and astound. Headliner talent will perform a 20-25 minute illusion show in Mission Bay Theater.
Rick Thomas will start off the trickery March 4-5, following by comedian/magician Chipper Lowell March 11-12, Michael Grandinetti March 18-19 and Las Vegas illusionists Kyle and Mistie Knight March 25-26.
Besides the magic weekends we discovered new delicious foods to try such as the nitrogen ice cream treats. Prepared just in front of your eyes and very tasteful. Totally worth the price.
SeaWorld is not SeaWorld without the animals. We made sure we visited the exhibits. Our favorites are Shark Encounter and the Artic where you can find the polar bear, the walruses and the beluga whales. And since we had so much fun last year with our Beluga Interaction Program, we decided to repeat the experience again.
Although we were provided with complementary tickets to enter the park, we bought the Beluga Interaction because we want to support SeaWorld rescue programs.