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November 29, 2016

SeaWorld's 2016 Christmas Celebration sparkles with Rudolph, expanded Sea of Trees and return of Clyde and Seamore

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SeaWorld Orlando kicked off its Christmas Celebration this past weekend with new characters Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and friends, new features added to its Sea of Trees light show and the return of Clyde and Seamore’s Countdown to Christmas show. My children and I were ready to get in the holiday spirit and leave the decorating to someone else, so off we went to check out the opening weekend decorations and entertainment.

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Rudolph and his friends from the beloved Christmas classic are making their debut this year at SeaWorld in its new ChristmasTown area, which is accessible from the Christmas Market located along the Bayside Pathway. Once inside ChristmasTown, visitors can choose to meet Rudolph and Clarice together in one area or go to another spot that alternately hosts Yukon Cornelius and the Abominable Snowman. On the day we attended, we found the line for the reindeer pair consistently to be about 45 minutes from the time the area opened at 5 p.m. until it closed at 10 p.m. By contrast, the wait for Yukon Cornelius and the Abominable Snowman was only about 10 minutes, though the snowman did seem a bit more popular than the arctic prospector.

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Tip: Both spots do have professional PhotoKey photographers, but you also can use your own camera or cell phone for pictures.

In addition to the character meet-and-greets inside ChristmasTown, visitors will find games of chance (for a nominal fee) that have Rudolph-themed prizes, a gift shop dedicated to Rudolph souvenirs and a holiday snack shop.

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Back out in the Christmas Market, guests can take advantage of some of the best views of SeaWorld’s Sea of Trees light show, which takes place on the nearby water. The trees light up in various color schemes, which is synchronized to music. This year, the Sea of Trees show has been expanded to include a 70-foot Christmas tree that serves as a canvas for various images of Rudolph while songs from the classic television show are heard. The Sea of Trees “dance” at multiple times each night, so be sure to check the printed show schedule or SeaWorld Orlando website for times each day.

Tip: Each Sea of Trees show only lasts a few minutes and is visible from the perimeter of the lake. There are so many good viewing spots that it is not necessary to line up way ahead of time. However, most of the shows are preceded by snow flurries near the Shops at Waterfront if you choose to watch from that vantage point.

With the departure of the Polar Express overlay at the Wild Arctic attraction, Santa Claus has moved from that simulation of the North Pole to a new location in the park. Santa’s Workshop presented by Coca-Cola is located near the Pass Member Lounge not far from Shamu Stadium. Santa’s Workshop is open from 11 a.m. to park closing through Dec. 24 during SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration.

Tip: Santa and Mrs. Claus also greet guests at Santa’s Fireside Feast. My son and I enjoyed that experience several years ago. You can read all about it here. (For current pricing, visit the SeaWorld Orlando website.)

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Finally, the popular show, Clyde and Seamore's Countdown to Christmas, returns after a two-year hiatus during which Sea Lion & Otter Stadium was being renovated and a new year-round show developed.

Clyde and Seamore's Countdown to Christmas is, like all their other themed shows, filled with plenty of laugh-out-loud theatrics as the loveable sea lions, their human friends, otters and even a walrus get ready for Santa's visit. The jokes are corny, and the pratfalls and physical humor are really just a variation of what the characters do in other shows -- yet the audiences love it as always, and for good reason. It's a show that doesn't take itself -- or, in this case, any holiday tradition -- too seriously.

Tip: Be sure to arrive at Sea Lion & Otter Stadium at least 15 minutes before the start of each show to get a good seat and to see the return of a fan-favorite mime before each show. The mimes don’t have a role in the regular sea lion and otter show, so this is a limited-time engagement.

SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration takes place Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays November 25 through December 11 and then runs daily December 16 through 31. To read more about the many other events that are part of the Christmas Celebration, see my previous blogs here and here. (Remember that The Polar Express has traveled away from SeaWorld and been replaced with the Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer franchise.)



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November 24, 2015

What not to miss at SeaWorld's Christmas Celebration

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SeaWorld Orlando presents its visitors with so many holiday entertainment choices that they could easily spend a day at the theme park getting in the holiday spirit. And there truly is something for everyone – from the toddler set to those who want to celebrate the religious meaning of Christmas. SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration is included with regular admission to the theme park and takes place on these upcoming dates: Nov. 27-29 and Dec. 4-6, 11-13, 18-3.

Not sure where to get started? If you have a full day at SeaWorld Orlando, you might want to check out my touring plan for the Christmas Celebration, which will help you experience most, if not all, of the holiday activities at the theme park. Perhaps you just want to spend an evening dedicated to seasonal endeavors. In that case, here are my family’s picks for what not to miss:

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** Winter Wonderland on Ice. Of the five Christmas shows that SeaWorld presents, this is my family’s favorite, hands down. The ice skaters perform beautifully choreographed numbers set to classic holiday songs. Keep an eye out for some favorite SeaWorld characters, too! Fireworks also have been incorporated in the ice skating show. Unfortunately, Holiday Reflections, the separate fireworks show that followed Winter Wonderland on Ice, has been discontinued, however. A tip: Arrive early to get seats at Bayside Stadium because this is a popular evening show. Pre-show entertainment will help the time pass quickly.

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** Polar Express. This is a holiday overlay at the Wild Arctic attraction that starts with visitors entering the boy’s bedroom, like in the story, for a short film. Then they board the train (a simulator) for a ride to the North Pole. Upon arrival, guests will see the Beluga whales and, around the bend, Santa Claus dressed just as he is in the popular movie. Families can take photos with Santa and a beautiful Christmas tree in the area. Afterward, they can purchase the hot chocolate made popular in the movie, as well as the professional photos with Santa. (Guests also can purchase a package for $25 that includes front-of-the-line access to Polar Express, one 6 x 8 photo and a souvenir mug with hot chocolate.) This is a really fun experience for anyone who enjoys the classic Christmas story. Outside, don’t forget to take a photo in front of the steam engine and listen to the Singing Conductors who perform periodically in front of the attraction’s queue.

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** Shamu Christmas Miracles. There is only one performance of this show, so be sure to check your times guide for the day you are visiting and plan to be early not only to get a good seat, but also to experience an amazing pre-show by a solo saxophonist. The orca show itself is worth seeing, combining the animal's feats with an engaging holiday story.

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** Sea of Trees. More than 100 lighted trees in Bay Harbor are featured in this display, which usually begins at 6 p.m. each day with the first performance of the lights “dancing” to music. Afterward the lights stay on, and the “dancing” takes place several times each night. Visitors can see the Sea of Trees from any spot with a view of Bay Harbor, but they are especially beautiful when you’re walking through the middle of them on the bridge over the lake.

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** Christmas Market. Stroll along the pathway that runs from the dolphin nursery to Bayside Stadium. This area is jam-packed with fun holiday offerings. See large-scale trains travel through an elaborate display; warm up by a fire pit; listen to roaming carolers; take holiday-themed photos; try your hand at games of chance; shop at the toy kiosks; and sample holiday food and beverages, including hot toddies for the adults.

DISCLAIMER: I was a guest of SeaWorld Orlando to experience its Christmas Celebration. This did not influence my story, and my opinion is my own.



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December 9, 2014

A touring plan for SeaWorld Orlando's Christmas Celebration

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SeaWorld Orlando offers so many attractions for the holidays that you easily could spend the better part of a day focusing on just the Christmas activities. So, in that spirit, here is touring plan to map out just how to do that.

My plan has an arrival time of 12:30 p.m., and I am assuming you have already eaten lunch. If you want to eat on property, arrive sooner. Also, my plan is for about 9 hours in the park. If your party is up for a longer day, arrive at park opening to experience some of the other attractions.

Here we go!

12:30 p.m.: Enter SeaWorld Orlando and go straight to the Polar Express, which is an overlay at the Wild Arctic attraction. This experience typically has long lines during the holidays, so be prepared. The Singing Conductors (seen below) perform regularly in front of the queue to keep crowds entertained. Polar Express starts with a short film, and then visitors enter a simulator for the train ride to the North Pole.

Upon arrival, they will see the Beluga whales and, around the bend, Santa Claus dressed just as he is in the popular movie. There may be a short line to meet him, so I'm allowing extra time at this attraction. There also is a beautiful Christmas tree in this area that is a great backdrop for family photos.

Moving on, you can purchase the hot chocolate made popular in the movie and see the walruses before exiting the attraction.

2:45-3 p.m.: Head to Seaport Theater to grab a seat for Elmo's Christmas Wish. This is a must-see for families with little ones. Although my own children are well past the age at which they enjoy Elmo, when they were into the red muppet, they could not get enough of him. The first show starts at 3:15 p.m.

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4:30 to 5 p.m.: Time to get in line for the 5:30 p.m. 'O Wondrous Night' performance. This is SeaWorld Orlando's most popular Christmas production, so you may want to check on the queue even sooner if you want to see a particular show. 'O Wondrous Night' is a retelling of Jesus' birth that includes gospel-style singing and dancing, puppeteers and a live Nativity. The finale with three large camels truly is a sight to behold.

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6 or 6:35 p.m.: Walk to any spot with a view of Bay Harbor and enjoy the short Sea of Trees show during which the lights on the Christmas trees in the water "dance" to music. If you view the trees from the shops at The Waterfront at 6:35 p.m., you can experience "snow flurries" afterward at that location.

6 to 7 p.m.: Stroll through the Christmas Market, the pathway that runs from the dolphin nursery to Bayside Stadium. This area is jam-packed with fun holiday offerings. See large-scale trains travel through an elaborate display; warm up by a fire pit; listen to roaming carolers; take holiday-themed photos; try your hand at games of chance; shop at the toy kiosks; and sample holiday food and beverages, including hot toddies for the adults.

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7 to 7:15 p.m.: Start making your way to Shamu Stadium for the night's only performance of Shamu Christmas Miracles at 7:45 p.m. Although the killer whales make an appearance at 7:45 p.m., there is an amazing pre-show by a solo saxophonist that you won't want to miss. The orca show itself is worth seeing, combining the animal's feats with an engaging holiday story.


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8:15 p.m.: Don't delay after the Shamu show - make your way straight to Bayside Stadium for the best show of the night, Winter Wonderland on Ice, which begins at 8:30 p.m. There is a pre-show here, too, but you likely will miss it if you go to Shamu Christmas Miracles. The main production, which features ice skating to traditional Christmas songs, is my family's favorite holiday experience at SeaWorld Orlando. It's such a feast for the senses that you won't want to look away. Stay seated after the finale for Holiday Reflections, a fountains and fireworks show.

Please be sure to check a daily schedule sheet when you arrive at SeaWorld Orlando because show times are subject to change. Remaining dates for SeaWorld's Christmas Celebration are Dec. 12-14 and Dec. 19-31.

DISCLAIMER: I was a guest of SeaWorld Orlando to experience its Christmas Celebration. This did not influence my story, and my opinions are my own.

Related links:
Santa's Fireside Feast: http://land.allears.net/blogs/kristin-ford/2012/11/santas_fireside_feast_begins_w.html



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November 27, 2014

SeaWorld Orlando announces 'Blue Friday' deals and holiday savings

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It's Thanksgiving -- are you ready to hit the stores? If you're still in that turkey coma or just don't want to be pulled away from all the pigskin action, there are some great theme-park deals to be purchased from the comfort of your own home. Of course, not having to fight the crowds is a gift in itself!

SeaWorld Orlando has dubbed the day "Blue Friday" and is offering quite a few deals to save you some green. Beginning at 12:01 a.m. Friday, you can purchase these Buy One, Get One Free offers for admission to the theme park and its water park, Aquatica:

** BOGO SeaWorld Orlando 1-Year Annual Pass; a savings of $156

** BOGO SeaWorld/Aquatica Orlando 1-Year Annual Pass; a savings of $180

** BOGO Full-Paid, Any-Day SeaWorld Orlando Ticket; a savings of $75

** BOGO Aquatica Orlando Single-Day Ticket; a savings of $19

** BOGO SeaWorld Orlando/Aquatica Orlando Combo Ticket; a savings of $89

Visitors also can receive significant savings on offers for these experiences in the park:

** BOGO SeaWorld Orlando Quick Queue Unlimited; a savings of $19

** Buy one Adult Santa's Fireside Feast, get one Child Santa's Fireside Feast free; a savings of $19

** BOGO Dolphins Up-close Tour; a savings of $59

** BOGO Sea Lion and Otter Tour; a savings of $39

** BOGO Wild Arctic Up-Close Tour; a savings of $59

My family and I have experienced the Dolphins Up-close tour and highly recommend it. If you're a regular reader of my blog, you know that my 10-year-old daughter is in love with dolphins, and this experience was perfect for her with two feeding opportunities and even a training session. I wrote about our tour here. If you have a dolphin-lover in your family, this deal offers significant savings.

One of the other deals is for Santa's Fireside Feast, and we have enjoyed that as well. My son and I attended the seasonal event at the Seafire Inn Restaurant a couple years ago. It's a great way to meet Santa and Mrs. Claus without a long line and to feast on a traditional holiday meal. One child can attend for free with each paid adult.

To take advantage of the Blue Friday deals, guests must register to receive SeaWorld Orlando's e-mail updates or already be subscribed at http://seaworldparks.com/en/seaworld-orlando/ Fans can subscribe any time between now and Dec. 1 to participate. The deals are available through 11:59 p.m. EST on Monday, Dec 1.

In addition, SeaWorld Orlando is offering free admission to the theme park for each child with a paid adult for the holidays. That deal can be purchased and redeemed through Dec. 31.

SeaWorld's 2015 FunCard is on sale now and it's valid for the remainder of 2014 and all of next year -- with no blackout dates. So, adults pay $95 plus tax and kids ages 3 to 9 pay $90 plus tax for the holidays and an entire year of general admission.

Finally, guests who visit SeaWorld on select days through Dec. 31 also can experience SeaWorld's Christmas Celebration for the price of regular admission. This is a wonderful value, especially when you consider that other area theme parks require separate tickets for holiday events.



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December 11, 2013

What not to miss at SeaWorld's Christmas Celebration

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Though the weather outside is a frightful 82 degrees, SeaWorld's Christmas Celebration is in full swing in Orlando. My family and I recently attended the holiday event and experienced a show we didn't see last year and a few new things along the way.

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We started the evening for bloggers with a welcome from SeaWorld President Terry Prather. "Christmas at SeaWorld is not like any other place in Central Florida," he said. "In our world, we say that we own Christmas."

Despite the hyperbole, Prather's comment has an element of truth. There are so many Christmas-themed activities each evening at SeaWorld that it's impossible for a guest to view them all in one night. So, for first-time guests and those who only have one night, here's a look at all the experiences to help make your selections.

Last year, my son and I enjoyed dining at Santa's Fireside Feast, a traditional holiday meal with entertainment that included a visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus and reserved seating for "A Sesame Street Christmas." On multiple visits, we also experienced "Clyde and Seamore's Countdown to Christmas" and "Shamu Christmas -- Miracles," two shows we definitely recommend. (You can read all about them plus see videos here.)

Although most of the Christmas activities take place in the evening, The Polar Express Experience is open all day long, so be sure to make that part of your early touring plan. The Polar Express Experience is a Christmas overlay at the Wild Arctic attraction, and it even includes a visit to Santa once you arrive at the North Pole and the opportunity to purchase hot chocolate (like in the movie) inside the attraction. (See a full report here.)

At dusk, Bayside Village opens along the walkway to Bayside Stadium. This area, which often serves as the centerpiece for other special events at SeaWorld, has expanded offerings for the 2013 holiday season. There are Christmas-themed games; photo opportunities; food vendors selling treats, including the new Hot Toddies and Hot Chocolate S'mores Cobbler; a large fire pit with seating; and an expansive model train display. Plus, the walkway overlooks the gorgeous, lighted Sea of Trees in the bay.

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Along the Waterfront, visitors will find additional Christmas snacks and shopping, plus the life-size snow globe is back. This photo opportunity allows guests to step inside an inflatable holiday prop with pretend "snow" that actually makes it appear as though you are standing inside a huge snow globe. If you see a short line, be sure to take advantage because this is a popular holiday attraction. A professional photographer will take your photo, but you also can use your own camera, as well.

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This year, my family and I made it a point to see "O Wondrous Night," a retelling of the Christmas story that is sure to be a hit with younger audiences. Our performance started with a violinist playing popular Christmas carols, much to the delight of the audience, of which many in attendance sang along. The actual show features live gospel-style music from singers with powerful voices. Using humor and song, some of these performers also use puppets to tell the story of the baby Jesus' birth from the perspective of the animals in the stable. The finale is an amazing sight with live animals, including camels.

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"We're very proud of how we use Christmas as a platform to not only celebrate what Christmas is all about -- the reason for the season is really the birth of Jesus Christ and we talk about that -- but more importantly, we use it as another way of celebrating, connecting, and showing people that we care," Prather said. "When you go to the shows, whether it's the ice show or "Shamu Miracles" or "O Wondrous Night" "� you'll see that we're all about connecting people to the natural world."

Speaking of the ice show, "Winter Wonderland on Ice" is a unique way to wrap up your holiday evening. Be prepared to be wowed by numbers with pairs and ensemble skaters. Many of the songs are the same as in previous years -- including classics and even the popular hot chocolate song from "The Polar Express" -- but the skaters have donned new apparel for the 2013 season.

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Don't jump up to leave at the end of the ice skating show, unless you want to miss the Reflections Fireworks. Bayside Stadium is aptly named, and the beautiful fireworks show over the water also includes water jets and laser lights.

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With so many wonderful holiday attractions like these and more at SeaWorld Orlando, it's easy to be in the holiday spirit. Just leave the scarves and snow mittens in your suitcase.

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DISCLAIMER: I was a guest of SeaWorld Orlando to experience its Christmas Celebration. This did not influence my story, and my opinions are my own.



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November 27, 2012

Polar Express, Shamu and Clyde & Seamore at SeaWorld's Christmas Celebration

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Today, I'm going to pick up where Deb left off in our coverage of SeaWorld's Christmas Celebration. As she mentioned, at the media event, we had to choose among the holiday attractions and shows because of the timing, so we decided to divide and conquer!

The Polar Express Experience

When we arrived at the park, my family and I headed immediately to The Polar Express Experience. (This is a holiday overlay at the Wild Arctic attraction.) I think I may have been more excited than my children, remembering how quickly my family fell in love with the movie when it was released in 2004.

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In front of the attraction, guests will find a replica of the steam engine, where they can pose for photos and a conductors quartet performs Christmas carols periodically. Visitors can choose between two queues -- one to walk straight into the arctic animal exhibit and one to board the Polar Express. While they wait, guests can watch clips from "The Polar Express."

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If you choose to board the train, your experience begins in Billy's bedroom, just like in the movie. You'll watch that scene on a screen before moving to lines for the ride. The inside of the simulator really does feel like a seating compartment on the Polar Express with its re-imagined decor. Despite the images of steep hills and cracking ice, the simulator feels smoother than when it operates as Wild Arctic. (That ride makes me a little queasy.)

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Once you arrive at the North Pole, you'll be able to meet Santa Claus; he's waiting just around the bend from a giant decorated Christmas tree. Don't delay if you want to meet Santa, though, because that line grows quickly when passengers debark the train. Elves will be happy to take photos, and there also is a professional photographer on hand.

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Then it's off to see all the amazing animals of the arctic -- polar bears, beluga whales and walruses. Along the way, you'll find a hot chocolate stand, where the sweet treat is sold for $1.99 a cup, and a place to purchase Santa photos.

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"Clyde and Seamore's Countdown to Christmas"

Clyde and Seamore's Countdown to Christmas is, like all their other themed shows, filled with plenty of laugh-out-loud theatrics as the loveable sea lions, their human friends, otters and even a walrus get ready for Santa's visit. The jokes are corny, and the pratfalls and physical humor are really just a variation of what the characters do in other shows -- yet the audiences love it as always, and for good reason. It's a show that doesn't take itself -- or, in this case, any holiday tradition -- too seriously.

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Of course, the show's mime gets the laughs started even before the show, and he carries it through to the big finale. My 8-year-old daughter was doubled over in laughter for most of the show. And, when she wasn't laughing, she was admiring the cute stage antics of the animals. This show is a great antidote for any holiday stress.

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"Shamu Christmas -- Miracles"

My 10-year-old son is a big fan of all the variations of the Shamu performances, so he could hardly wait to see the Christmas show. This one begins with a live saxophone player who meanders through the audience, drawing viewers into the show. As with summer's Shamu Rocks!, music is a driving force for Shamu Christmas -- Miracles. The show blends solemn songs with joyful tunes and finishes with a Gospel-style soloist. At the same time, trainers take the killer whales through their paces, amazing the audience with their feats.

The theme of "Shamu Christmas -- Miracles" is family -- within the Shamu family and with human families. The performance strives to show how precious children are to today's parents who desperately want them. It also explores everyday miracles, delivering an upbeat message of hope and appreciation. The show concludes with a rousing number that is designed to get the audience moving in their seats.

This is my first year experiencing SeaWorld's Christmas Celebration, and I have been impressed. My only complaint is that there are too many holiday shows to see in one night!

You can read Deb's blogs about "O Wondrous Night" HERE and "Winter Wonderland on Ice" and "Holiday Reflections: Fireworks and Fountains!" HERE. I described our experience at Santa's Fireside Feast at Seaworld HERE.

DISCLAIMER: I was a guest of SeaWorld Orlando to experience its Christmas Celebration. This did not influence my story, and my opinions are my own.

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