Sure, you can visit SeaWorld Orlando seven days a week, but that no longer guarantees that you will see all your favourite attractions in one day. Seem a bit curious? Well, that is because SeaWorld Orlando has been closing whole sections of the park due to lower crowd levels on account of COVID-19.

SeaWorld has blocked off access to the whole left side of the park (Dolphin Cove, Dolphin Theater, TurtleTrek, Manatee Rehabilitation, Journey to Atlantis, Kraken, Pacific Point, Antarctica) afternoon, Monday through Thursday.

“We have and will continue to adjust attraction open and closing times based on many factors, park attendance, weather, operating hours, staffing, annual maintenance, etc. These will vary by day of the week and time of year, as they did prior to reopening our parks after being closed for COVID-19,” reported SeaWorld Orlando.

If you wish to maximize your trip to SeaWorld, we strongly advise you to visit on Saturdays, ideally during their Halloween Spooktacular, held September 19th, through November 1st, 2020. Just keep in mind, Saturdays are the busiest day of the week and select attractions will still be closed due to social distancing. But you are likely to see more than should you choose to visit on a weekday.

SeaWorld Orlando will be closed on Tuesdays and Thursdays from October 6th – December 24th, 2020.

So, what do you think Thrillspacers? Is SeaWorld Orlando really worth venturing off to during this turbulent time? Have you been back to the parks yet? Still, waiting it out till the mask days are behind us? Be sure to let us know in the Facebook comments! We would love nothing more than to hear from you!