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SeaWorld® Orlando

Sesame Street: Take a stroll down Sesame Street at SeaWorld Orlando courtesy of this brand-new land! Featuring eight attractions, character appearances, interactive play, themed dining and shopping, and SeaWorld’s first-ever parade, Sesame Street is just as you imagined, providing endless fun for the whole family. Come and play with Elmo, Cookie Monster, Abby and all of your Sesame Street favorites for the first time at SeaWorld!

Infinity Falls: Rush the rapids on SeaWorld’s all-new river ride! Climb aboard your raft for a journey of discovery down this lost jungle river. Wind your way around soaking fountains and waterfalls as you pass the remains of an ancient civilization. And hang on as the roaring rapids send you flying through chutes before you plunge down the world’s tallest drop into churning whitewater!

Aquatica® Orlando

Ray Rush: Triple your fun with the three-in-one thrills of Ray Rush, new at Aquatica Orlando! This fully loaded water adventure provides three ways to slide, splash and soar like never before. First, water jets launch your raft from zero to awesome in seconds. Next, your adventure takes a twisting turn as you spin inside a colossal water sphere. Finally, dive into the giant manta wings, swooping up and down a different path each time!

KareKare Curl: Experience the feeling of weightlessness aboard the all-new KareKare Curl! “KareKare” means “waves” at Aquatica, and “Curl” indicates a curved shape — which is exactly what you’ll get when you climb this experience’s vertical, curve-shaped wave wall! True to its name, this two-person slide will deliver a high-adrenaline, weightless adventure that you’ll only find at Aquatica.

Busch Gardens Tampa Bay

Tigris: Florida’s tallest launch coaster has arrived at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay! Featuring more than 1,800 feet of steel track, this new attraction will catapult you through looping twists, breathtaking drops, and an inverted heartline roll — not to mention a 150-foot skyward surge — at speeds exceeding 60 mph.