SeaWorld San Diego is an animal theme park, oceanarium, outdoor aquarium and marine mammal park, located in San Diego, California, United States. The park is owned by SeaWorld Entertainment. There are also special offers that combine a visit to SeaWorld with other attractions in the city and beyond, such as San Diego sightseeing passes. Although his original idea of an underwater restaurant was not feasible at the time, the idea expanded to a 22-acre (8.9 ha) marine zoo along the coast of Mission Bay in San Diego.
SeaWorld San Diego is home to California sea lions in both its Sea Lion Point exhibition and the Sea Lion & Otter amphitheater. SeaWorld San Diego is an animal theme park, oceanarium, outdoor aquarium and marine mammal park, in San Diego, California, United States, within Mission Bay Park. Ideally located on nearly 200 acres in Mission Bay, SeaWorld San Diego is an ocean adventure like no other. SeaWorld's main attraction is its collection of killer whales, eight of which are found in San Diego in a 7 million gallon habitat.
San Diego is one of the most beautiful and attractive cities in California and is right on the border with Mexico. Try the flight simulations on the Wild Arctic Ride and ride the Skytower, where you can enjoy a wonderful view of the San Diego skyline. San Diego is a beautiful city in Southern California, with an excellent geographical location, great weather, and nearly 68 miles of beaches. With its great weather, miles of sandy beaches and major attractions, San Diego is known around the world as one of the best tourist destinations and a great place for residents to relax all year round.
Time flies when you're having fun at SeaWorld San Diego and, at the end of the day, you're exhausted. Sesame Place San Diego features 18 exciting water rides and water rides, an interactive Sesame Street neighborhood, an award-winning parade, unique photo opportunities and, of course, everyone's favorite furry friends. SeaWorld's second location, SeaWorld Ohio, opened in 1970, followed by SeaWorld Orlando in 1973 and SeaWorld San Antonio (the largest of the parks) in 1988.