SeaWorld just keeps finding more ways to pull back in and this weekend, Inside Look just might do it.
When it comes to Orlando, Fl. theme parks, SeaWorld is the most controversial but it is also highly underrated compared to other parks.
This weekend, the Christmas decorated SeaWorld park will hold a special event called Inside Look and if you are a passholder or a Fun Card holder, you may want to get your reservations in place.
The event is free but due to COVID-19, safety measures are in place meaning you need to make a reservation for entry into the park to keep capacity in check.
Of course knowing what Inside Look is and why you may want to go is important too. I live in NC and just texted my wife that we may need to pack up the kids for a 9 hour trip for the event. Inside Look, according to the SeaWorld website consists of a s eries of “behind the scenes” opportunities to see how the parks staff care for and treat the various sea life in the park.
The event will take you to the top of the shark encounter tank for a one of a kind downward view on the people mover and the tank itself. You will learn how they feed the sharks, clean the tanks, and will get a view of the medical tank.
From there you can head over to get a behind the scenes look at the penguins and again see how they care for a large group of cold weather birds and get an inside look from the other side of the glass.
On Saturday, OCEARCH founder Chris Fischer will give a special presentation about his research in the wild and how they incorporate that into animal care and preservation.
Of course SeaWorld is about the Orca as well and you will get a new encounter with the killer whale with visits to the medical pool and a look at how they prepare the fish that they are fed with as well as the toys that keep them entertained.
This is a nice opportunity to take advantage of learning more about what SeaWorld does behind the scenes and how they care for these animals on a daily basis.