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Discovery Cove Designated a Certified Autism Center

Discovery Cove worked alongside the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES) to complete a staff-wide autism sensitivity and awareness training. An onsite review of the park property and guest experience was also conducted and upon completion, Discovery Cove is now a Certified Autism Center (CAC) as declared by IBCCES. This distinction...

SeaWorld Orlando Rescues Juvenile Manatee for Second Time

On February 12, SeaWorld Rescue Team reported that an orphaned manatee previously rescued and rehabilitated in 2015 is back at SeaWorld Orlando, after teams were alerted to serious weight loss in the young male. Orphaned and underweight, Buckeye was first in Daytona Beach in September 2015. He spent over two years...

SeaWorld Receives First Cold-Stressed Manatee of 2019

On January 29, SeaWorld Orlando’s critical care animal hospital received the first manatee of 2019 stressed out by the cold, signifying the wide-reaching effects of the plunging temperatures hitting the southern U.S. Rescued by Florida Fish and Wildlife, Sea2Shore, and a local chapter of the Save the Manatee Club in...

SeaWorld’s Seven Seas Food Festival Announces Artist Lineup

SeaWorld Orlando has announced their all-star lineup of musicians and entertainment for February and March for their Seven Seas Food Festival. The festival allows guests to sample food and drink from all around the world, where local craft beers and new culinary flavors will be available every weekend from February...

Aquatica® Orlando is Now a Certified Autism Center

Today, the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES) announced that Aquatica® Orlando has completed staff-wide autism sensitivity and awareness training, becoming the world’s first water park to earn accreditation as a Certified Autism Center (CAC). This distinction follows sister park Sesame Place, which became the world’s first...

SeaWorld Breaks Ground on New Headquarters

Yesterday, SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment announced that they broke ground for their new headquarters, which will be at SeaWorld Orlando. Expected to be 40,725 square feet and three stories, the new facility will house ambassadors from the current SeaWorld Orlando park and Park Support Center. The groundbreaking celebration was attended...