|Location||Orlando, Florida, USA|
|Opened||December 15, 1973|
|Owner||SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment|
SeaWorld Orlando is an amusement park and marine-life based zoological park located in Orlando, Florida, USA. It is owned and operated by SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment.
On September 11, 2001, SeaWorld Orlando and other major amusement parks were forced to close when the terrorist attacks occurred.
In 2014, the park hosted an estimated 4,683,000 guests, down from 5,090,000 guests the year before following a series of animal welfare controversies affecting all three SeaWorld parks. However, the park's attendance increased again to 4,777,000 guests in 2015, making SeaWorld Orlando the most visited SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment theme park. In 2016, the park's attendance decreased by 7.9% to a new low of 4,402,000. In 2017, park attendance hit another new low of 3,962,000 following a 10% attendance decrease. However, the park's attendance increased by 16% in 2018 back up to 4,594,000.
|Pipeline the Surf Coaster||Bolliger & Mabillard||Stand-Up
|Ice Breaker||Premier Rides||Launched||February 18, 2022||Operating|
|Journey to Atlantis||Mack Rides||Water||April 17, 1998||Operating|
|Kraken||Bolliger & Mabillard||Floorless||June 1, 2000||Operating|
|Mako||Bolliger & Mabillard||Hyper||June 10, 2016||Operating|
|Manta||Bolliger & Mabillard||Flying||May 22, 2009||Operating|
|Super Grover's Box Car Derby||Zierer||Sit-Down||May 7, 2006||Operating|
|Abby's Flower Tower||Zamperla||Balloon Tower||2006|
|Big Bird's Twirl 'N' Whirl||Zamperla||Junior Teacups||2006|
|Cookie Drop!||Zamperla||Junior Drop Tower||2007|
|Elmo's Choo Choo Train||Zamperla||Junior Railway||2012|
|Infinity Falls||Intamin||River Rapids||2018|
|Sky Tower||Waagner-Biro||Observation Tower||1974|
|Slimey's Slider||Zamperla||Rockin' Tug||2007|
|Sunny Day Carousel||Chance Rides||Carousel||2007|
|Antarctica: Empire of The Penguin||Oceaneering Entertainment Systems||Trackless Dark Ride||May 24, 2013||March 16, 2020||Standing but not Operating|
- ↑ "Theme parks shut down as precaution", The Star Press (September 11, 2001), pp. 34. Retrieved on December 22, 2021.
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