SPRING INTO NIGHT AT SEAWORLD SAN ANTONIO
3/10/2012 5:20:00 PM
Extended Hours and Special Shows Help Families Make the Most of Spring Break
SAN ANTONIO, TX (March 10, 2012) - SeaWorld San Antonio invites guests to enjoy the park’s extended hours during Spring Into Night. Through March 17, the park will be open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., allowing guests to make the most of their time at SeaWorld during Spring Break. The park will also extend opening hours from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturdays through May 12.
Guests can enjoy special evening shows during Spring Into Night, including Shamu Rocks®, where SeaWorld’s famous killer whale, Shamu, rocks the crowd along with companion killer whales and trainers. Sea Lions Tonight keeps the audience laughing as the pinniped pranksters spoof the park’s daytime shows. Azul is a must-see show in the evening, featuring beautiful beluga whales and spectacular Pacific white-sided dolphins. With so much to experience at SeaWorld San Antonio, families can really make the most of their Spring Break with Spring Into Night.
2012 General Admission
SeaWorld’s 2012 Fun Card provides unlimited visits to the park at $59.99 plus tax for adults and $49.99 plus tax for children (ages 3-9). Guests wanting unlimited access to both SeaWorld and Aquatica parks can purchase a two-park Fun Card for $89.99 plus tax for adults and $79.99 plus tax for children (ages 3-9). Single day admission to SeaWorld will remain the same price – $59.99 plus tax for adults and $49.99 plus tax for children (age 3-9). The two-park, two day ticket will be available in May and will allow guests to access SeaWorld and Aquatica for two full days for $79.99 plus tax for adults and $69.99 plus tax for children (ages 3-9). The SeaWorld San Antonio Annual Pass remains $99.99 plus tax for adults or children. A SeaWorld/Aquatica Annual Pass is available at $129.99 plus tax. EZ Pay monthly payment options are also available for those who qualify.
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment operates 10 parks across the U.S. including SeaWorld parks in Orlando, San Diego and San Antonio; Busch Gardens parks in Tampa, Fla. and Williamsburg, Va.; Discovery Cove and Aquatica in Orlando; Sesame Place near Philadelphia, Pa.; and water parks Adventure Island in Tampa and Water Country USA in Williamsburg. The 10 parks play host to 25 million guests each year and employ 26,000 people nationwide. To learn more, visit www.SeaWorldParksandEntertainment.com or call toll-free 1-888-800-5447. Additionally, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment created the SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund, a non-profit, private charitable foundation committed to supporting wildlife and habitat conservation, research, education and animal rescue programs worldwide. Learn more at SWBG-ConservationFund.org.
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