Kids and SeaWorld
Since SeaWorld combines fun with wildlife education, the theme park's animal trainers offer these suggestions to parents regarding how to enhance a child's experience while visiting this theme park:
At the end of each day, encourage your kids to draw pictures or write short stories about the favorite parts of their day at SeaWorld.
Take lots of pictures, with a focus on your kids interacting with the various animals. Later, spend time reviewing the photos (or video) with your kids.
Throughout your vacation, keep a “memory bag” close by. A “memory bag” can be a purse, pocket, or a backpack pouch reserved for holding fun keepsakes that your kids collect (or purchase).
While the trip is still fresh in their minds, ask your children what they learned during their trip and what they would like to do next time.
There are a handful of other activities and exhibits at SeaWorld. For example, the Penguin Encounter is an exhibit featuring penguins, while the Rico and Roza's Musical Feast offers a twenty-five-minute musical revue celebrating food, family, and fun. The Clydesdale Hamlet is the home to SeaWorld's famous Budweiser Clydesdale horses. Guests can pet the horses and have photos taken with them.