SeaWorld San Diego is open 365 days a year. For the safety of our guests and animals, attractions and exhibits are occasionally closed for upgrades and scheduled. SeaWorld San Diego - Events · Fireworks · Dolphin Adventures · Craft Beer Festival SeaWorld San Diego is open 365 days a year. For the safety of our guests and animals, attractions and exhibits are occasionally closed for upgrades and scheduled maintenance.
General parking is free for Annual Pass members, but you can change to Nearby Parking for a small fee in the park when available. Photo identification and a valid annual pass in the parking spaces will be required to receive the free parking benefit. Halloween returns with candy, costumes and lots of spooky surprises. There are several behind-the-scenes tours that have returned.
We strongly recommend doing them so that you can interact with some of SeaWorld's animals. Getting to know animals up close is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that you can't forget. You'll need a mask for indoor experiences to protect the animals. Check out some of SeaWorld San Diego's best shows and attractions, research show schedules and plan your day around them.
Founded in 1964 by four UCLA graduates, SeaWorld San Diego began with the simple idea of creating an underwater restaurant. We don't have a specific timeline for when SeaWorld San Diego will open the climbing area or splash pad, but the bounce area is already open. SeaWorld San Diego is one of the city's most popular attractions for children (in addition to the San Diego Zoo and San Diego Safari Park Zoo). Last year we were busy covering all of the safety protocols associated with the reopening of SeaWorld San Diego.
It's a great place to spend the day while visiting San Diego, and has plenty of activities, attractions, shows and other things to do with the whole family. The opening of travel will come with government approval, as San Diego reaches a different level of COVID-19 (currently in purple). Currently, indoor face coverings are recommended for everyone, regardless of vaccination status, although SeaWorld San Diego guidelines are subject to change based on county guidelines. SeaWorld San Diego follows California Department of Public Health guidelines, which recommend that guests must be fully vaccinated, get a negative COVID-19 test beforehand, or wear a face covering.
San Diego is expected to reach the red level this week, which would allow SeaWorld to reopen some indoor aquariums. SeaWorld San Diego follows guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control, as well as mandates from federal, state and local government agencies, including the San Diego Tourism Authority's San Diego Attraction Reopening Health and Safety Plan.