We spent a couple hours at SeaWorld this weekend. Met some adorable Characters in their Christmas attire and picked up our free Annual Passholder ornament. Just another perk of being an annual passholder.
I had seen this glass dolphin ornament online and wanted it for my daughter to help her remember her dolphin swim from earlier this year. More info on that here.
Then we ran around the park and met some characters. First we stopped near Shamu stadium and met Rudolph, Clarice, Abominable, and Yukon Cornelius!!! I was so excited. We booked dine with Rudolph and friends for later this month, but I couldn’t wait for the kids to meet them.
The Rudolph area was really cute. Lots of merchandise and games to play. My son played this game. It was kind of like Plinko and he won the little dentist plush toy.
More cute games to play and prizes to win.
Meeting all these characters on such a busy day meant a lot of hopping in and out for little man. Glad we brought our new wagon instead of trying to get him in and out of the stroller. He just loves the wagon because it lets him hold his popcorn bucket and his blanket and babies are always close by. I love this wagon because it’s unlike any other wagon in that you can pull or push it!! How cool is that? It also can hold up to 150 pounds which is awesome when you have a baby who is larger than life in both personality and size. This thing has been a life saver on our park trips. For more info on our little wagon check out this link:
Next up we went over to Santa’s workshop and met a real reindeer! They even let the kids hold a real antler. They loved it.
We also met Shamu in his Santa hat in his usual spot by the fountains.
We shopped quite a bit. So much cute holiday merchandise.
We did not stop, but there was a pretty long line to meet an adorable dolphin and some of her friends all in Christmas scarves and hats. The park looked amazing all decorated and we can’t wait to go back and see it with all the lights on. Check out SeaWorld’s official Christmas page here for more info and showtimes.