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The SeaWorld San Diego Address, Phone number, and DirectionsThe SeaWorld San Diego Address is---
500 SeaWorld Drive
If you're looking for Sea World San Antonio's address, here's that information---The SeaWorld San Antonio address is 10500 Sea World Drive, San Antonio, Texas 78251. The Sea World San Antonio phone number is (800) 700-7786. This is a recorded info line, but you can eventually push enough buttons to make your way to a live employee, if necessary.
If you'd like to see photos and read about attractions at SeaWorld San Antonio, you may use the following link to jump to the "SeaWorld San Antonio" pages of our site.
If you're looking for the Sea World Orlando address, it's 7007 Sea World Drive, Orlando, Florida 32821. The Sea World Orlando phone number is (800) 327-2424. If you'd like to see our pictures of SeaWorld Orlando & discover more about this fun park, please visit our SeaWorld Orlando pages.
SeaWorld San Diego Address, Directions and Maps:
Directions to SeaWorld San Diego
Getting to SeaWorld San Diego is easy. If you're taking Interstate 5 to Sea World, use the Sea World Drive exit off I-5 in San Diego (as you can see in the Google Custom Map above.)
Or, if you're taking Interstate 8 to Sea World Park, take the Mission Bay Drive exit off of I-8. (Sea World San Diego is located very close to the intersection of Interstate 5 and Interstate 8. From either direction, there are signs reminding you just where to exit. And, thanks to the very tall SeaWorld Tower, you can actually SEE where you'll be headed as you approach the park!
PARKING AT SEAWORLD SAN DIEGO: When you reach SeaWorld, you'll pay a fee to park.
Here's the complete parking fee list (as of Spring, 2016)--
Handicap parking at SeaWorld: There are many handicap parking spaces for mobility-impaired guests. (Follow the signs in the SeaWorld parking lot to reach the RV and handicap specialty-parking areas.)
SeaWorld's parking lot is huge, so if you've parked far away, take care to note exactly where your car is located! Unfortunately, there is no parking lot tram at SeaWorld San Diego...so, you'll just have to walk to the entrance.
Map to Sea World San Diego: Naturally, you'll want to take a look at a road map so that you can familiarize yourself with the route to SeaWorld San Diego. Here's the link to a Google map to Sea World San Diego, for your convenience.
Getting around within Sea World ParkSeaWorld San Diego itself is quite large; getting around the park without a map is frustrating and difficult. Yes, there are signs pointing the way to top SeaWorld attractions scattered throughout the park. Still, that's no substitute for having a map of SeaWorld park! (As you can see in this photo on your right, the SeaWorld theme park's directions signs are more whimsical than helpful!) Grab a map as you enter the park. If they've run out of SeaWorld San Diego park maps at the turnstiles, then head to the Guest Relations booth just inside the park, where you'll find a fresh supply of park maps. This slight detour will save you many headaches later on!
Of course, you may want to familiarize yourself with the layout of SeaWorld San Diego even before your trip to the park. The SeaWorld official website has a good map---and there's a link below the map which leads you to a PDF version (which you may print at home.)
SeaWorld Park Map: Following, is a current map of SeaWorld San Diego from the SeaWorld website. As you may notice, a link to the printable version is directly below this colorful park map.
SeaWorld's many websites1.) SeaWorld.com: SeaWorld San Diego has several websites. The most commonly-used website for park visitors is the plain-old www.SeaWorld.com website, which leads you to an opening page which will offer you a choice of Orlando, San Diego, or San Antonio park information. To save yourself some time, you may use the following link, which will take you directly to the SeaWorld San Diego page of SeaWorld.com.
2.) Seaworld.org is another official Seaworld website. The ".org" website is the educational website run by SeaWorld. There, you may find the answers to many of your questions about SeaWorld's animals. You can find out about SeaWorld's educational programs and "Adventure Camps." Plus, young people interested in going into an animal-related career---such as Shamu trainer, dolphin trainer, animal care giver, Vet or vet's assistant, and many others---may find out SeaWorld's educational requirements for these jobs at Seaworld.org. For your convenience, here's a link to www.Seaworld.org
3.) SeaworldParksAndEntertainment.com is Seaworld's official website for ALL of its properties. After all, the SeaWorld Parks company doesn't own just the 3 SeaWorld locations in California, Texas and Florida---it owns 2 Busch Gardens theme parks, the Sesame Street Place park, and several terrific water parks, too! Here's a link to the SeaWorld Parks overview site where you may discover all the fun you may enjoy at the various SeaWorld-owned properties. After all, if you decide to become a SeaWorld annual passholder, you'll get deep discounts to ALL of these parks (or even FREE admission, if you get a Platinum Pass!)
4.) SeaWorld's Blog: Would you like to catch up on the latest happenings at SeaWorld San Diego and its "sister" parks? If so, you'll be very interested in reading through the interesting SeaWorld Blog!