We’re on the road again! Each year in the early spring, the SeaWorld San Antonio Marketing, Animal Ambassador, and Education Departments travel to several of our neighboring communities to spread the word about what’s new in our park for the upcoming year. While we’re in town, we also takethe opportunity to share our animals and their stories with schools.
In honor of the gift giving season (see: Christmas, Boxing Day, Hanukkah), SeaWorld San Antonio team members took time to remember domestic animals in need in our local shelters. To support these animals, our team members pitched in for "Pet Tree" donations.
We are accustomed to watching killer whales leap majestically from the water, getting kisses from beluga whales and having sea lions smile at us. But it’s that time of year when heads turn as dogs stroll through the park and spend the day in the offices of their human friends. Yep … Bring Your Dog to Work Day is finally here!! In its third year at SeaWorld San Antonio, it’s a highly anticipated event for team members
Ready to get the lowest prices EVER on our most exclusive park experiences? Well, you've found them! Welcome to SeaWorld's Blue Friday!
Aquatica San Antonio will be coming to SeaWorld in May 2012. Recently, we had the opportunity to take some San Antonio media and Texas bloggers to Aquatica in Orlando, Florida for a familiarization tour. When given the chance to go, I gladly said YES! This was my very first time to see Florida, so to get the chance to finally visit our sister parks was exciting.
We’re gearing up for the 2nd annual Run for the Fund, and all this talk about physical fitness and ability got us thinking about some of the incredible athletic adaptations animals have that help them compete in the everyday “game” of survival. They rely on these adaptations to help them find food, reproduce, move, and communicate with other animals.
ASA Entertainment’s “Action Sports World Tour” amps up the excitement at SeaWorld San Antonio with Ramp Jam, featuring the world's best pro skateboarders, BMX riders and in-line skaters shreddin' a three-story tall ramp.
“Oops... I almost forgot. I won't be able to make it fellas. Veronica and I are trying this new fad called uh, jogging. I believe it's jogging or yogging. it might be a soft 'J'. I'm not sure but apparently you just run for an extended period of time. It's supposed to be wild.”
- Ron Burgundy (Anchorman)
For the past 19 years, SeaWorld San Antonio has been the site of a once-in-a-lifetime experience for people with special needs to get out on the water an experience the thrill of water skying.