When SeaWorld Orlando and Aquatica re-opened after the coronavirus pandemic shuttered them in March, guests were able to make a reservation to visit during the 5 days they were open. In August, SeaWorld added a sixth operating day to the week, along with some new and fun events like Flicks & Fireworks and Electric Ocean Remix.

SeaWorld said they originally placed two closed days into their calendar in order to focus on coronavirus-related cleaning protocols.

In a recent announcement, SeaWorld and Aquatica said that both parks will now be open seven days a week through October 5.

SeaWorld has also increased their operating hours on the weekends by opening Fridays through Sundays until 10 p.m. through Labor Day weekend. The park’s Craft Beer Festival will add Fridays to the calendar and will be serving up over 100 craft beers and awesomely paired savory specials from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. beginning August 28 through September 20.

Making reservations ahead of time is still a must as both parks are still managing capacity to allow for physical distancing. Go to Seaworld.com/Orlando to reserve your spot… it’s easy.

Seaworld’s Flicks and Fireworks drive-in movie events will continue on Fridays and Saturdays into September, and will come to a close on its final night for the year on September 6. Unlike Disney and Universal, Seaworld will still hold its Halloween event, Spooktacular, an extremely popular daytime event that allows for kids of all sizes to peruse throughout the park, while social distancing, trick-or-treating for an abundance of candy!

Face masks are mandatory at SeaWorld Orlando and guests will notice park ambassadors sanitizing rides, encouraging social distancing, and ensuring that hand sanitizing stations are well stocked for its guests. So, if you’re comfortable will visiting one of Central Florida’s theme parks, we highly recommend visiting SeaWorld Orlando!

Positively Osceola will “sea you” at the parks!