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SeaWorld Orlando's Splashy New Attractions 2019

A shark-themed bar, curved wave slide and Sesame Street attraction are rolling out at SeaWorld Orlando.

Sink your teeth into lunch at the Sharks Underwater Bar and Grill.
Sink your teeth into lunch at the Sharks Underwater Bar and Grill.

SeaWorld Orlando has rolled out a series of new offerings and attractions for 2019. Groups visiting this Orlando aquatic amusement park have a few more options to enjoy. 

4 New Attractions at SeaWorld Orlando

1. Sharks Underwater Bar and Grill

Guests can grab a bite in the recently relaunched Sharks Underwater Bar and Grill (pictured above), an upscale eatery surrounded by an aquarium and a shark-tank bar. House surf-and-turf specialties include grilled swordfish, filet mignon and Cajun seafood pasta. 

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2. KareKare Curl Wave Slide

Making a splash this spring is the KareKare Curl at SeaWorld’s Aquatica water park. The curved wave slide sends riders on a high-adrenaline, weightless climb up and down a vertical wave wall.

3. Sesame Street at SeaWorld

Sesame Street has come to SeaWorld.

A new area at SeaWorld is the six-acre Sesame Street attraction. The “street” features an ongoing interactive parade, wet and dry play sections, and assorted rides, all in a colorful neighborhood populated by the likes of Elmo, Cookie Monster, Abby and all of their furry friends. Fun food can be found at Yummy Yummy Nom Noms.

4. Now a Certified Autism Center 

SeaWorld Orlando has been designated a certified autism center by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards, joining Aquatica Orlando and Discovery Cove to become the first family of parks in Orlando to gain the credential. The designation means the parks must provide ongoing training to ensure team members have the requisite knowledge, skills, temperament and expertise to interact with all families and children with special needs, specifically those on the autism spectrum.

Pre-visit planning resources have also been added to SeaWorld’s website, including a park-specific sensory guide, which provides insights on how a child might be affected by each attraction, highlighting areas that are more soothing to the senses.