SeaWorld Orlando Is Celebrating The Holidays This Year With Some New Offerings For The Park

As followed by tradition for SeaWorld Orlando will be doing it’s annual holidays for the park that will be running from November 14th-December 31st, 2020 with new additions for entertainment to be offered this year.

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SeaWorld will be debuting a brand new Christmas-carol show called “It’s a Wonderful Night: A New Story To Tell” to feature more than 30 carols. Taking place at the park’s Nautilus Theater with limited capacity and social distancing. The park will offer guests to an outdoor ice skating rink at Bayside Stadium and will be an upcharge and with limited capacity. Guests are required to wear gloves and crew length socks to skate around.

Also brand new this year, as SeaWorld will be celebrating other holidays including Hanukkah from December 10 through December 18 and Kwanzaa from December 26 through January 1. Plus Sesame Street Land is also getting into the holiday spirit, with characters singing and dancing to holiday songs.

Guests can also take socially-distant photos with Santa himself at Wild Artic. Groups will be be able to sit in Santa’s sleigh with Santa seated above and behind them at a distance, and will be separated by a plastic partition according to SeaWorld.

Sea of Trees and Rudolph’s Christmas Town is also making a comeback this year as guests can stroll past life-size storybook vignettes featuring the classic tale. The Christmas Market will feature festive entertainment and holiday-themed food and drinks.

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To learn more information for the holidays this year by visiting SeaWorld Orlando’s site by clicking the link here to learn more.

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