Pacific Point Preserve - Opening May 23, 2015

Opening May 23, 2015

The area surrounding the sea lion facilities will be reimagined as Pacific Point Preserve - an immersive experience that has the look and feel of a Pacific coast town where guests will make powerful connections with sea lions and other coastal wildlife. This new realm will not only include a brand-new show, but will also feature a significant transformation to the park's sea lion exhibit that allows guests to experience a more enriching animal connection.

The centerpiece of this new realm will be the animals’ habitat. Guests will have the opportunity to visit and feed sea lions and seals inside the newly remodeled area, and reservations can be made for sea lion interaction programs, an in-water experience offering the closest connection the park offers with these amazing animals. In addition, Pacific Point Preserve will feature all-new educational elements designed to inform guests about animals and how to protect them in their natural habitat.

New Dining

Pacific Point Preserve will also feature a new restaurant called Harbor Market that's unlike anything SeaWorld has offered before. The restaurant will feature food-court style service, giving guests the options to choose among up to four different styles of cuisine, including Asian cuisine, hamburger sliders, freshly-prepared sandwiches and a home-style menu. SeaWorld will also be introducing a pre-order system that will allow for quicker order delivery. The restaurant will be themed as a west coast harbor, which is where California sea lions are naturally found.

New Show

Clyde & Seamore’s Sea Lion High,” stars the comedic sea lion duo, Clyde and Seamore. This hilarious tale is filled with amazing animal behaviors and splashy audience fun. Clyde and Seamore find themselves in slippery pursuit of their high school diplomas and judging from the slapstick, high-energy pranks and hijinks, there’s no doubt Clyde and Seamore will emerge as heads of their class following Sea Lion High’s motto, “Education through Exploration and … Imagination.” When joined by mischievous otters, a Pacific walrus and a cast of goofy human characters swimming along in the fun, it certainly won’t be a normal class.