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Thread: Enough to do at seaworld for a whole day?

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    Hi, is there enough to do at seaworld for a whole day or would we be finished about half a day? I just want to get an idea of the kind of things we'd see there

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    There is definately enough for a full day





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    Yep a full day is soon swallowed up.
    The best thing to do would be to collect a list of the attractions as soon as you get there which gives the times for the various shows.
    With a bit of planning you will be able to see them all in sequence and also have some spare time for meals and seeing the "non-show" attractions at your leisure.

    [Try to arrive early for the Sealion and Otter show. There is a really good mime artist to keep you amused when folks are being seated.]





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    Yep, most definately. SW is my most favourite park, id spend days there and still find something new to do!



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    i dont think you could do SW in less than a dat tbh. we get there for opening and leave when it closes, as with every park we go to
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    There is enough to do for a whole day, and maybe more. The shows alone can keep you busy most of the day. You should arrive for most shows 30 minutes before they start, and most shows last about 30 minutes. So, if you go to 4 shows that will take up half you day at least. We arrived last Friday when the park opened at 9:00am. We only saw 2 shows, Clyde & Seamore and Blue Horizons. We saw Turtle Trek. We did not ride any of the rides. We had lunch at Spice Mill. We stayed at the park until about 4:00. If you want to see all the shows and ride the rides, you probably cannot do everything in one day.

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