ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - SeaWorld discussed several new attractions Tuesday at the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions' attractions expo.
The annual trade show began Tuesday at the Orange County Convention Center.
Company officials discussed the new Infinity Falls river rapids ride, which will feature the world’s tallest drop for a river raft ride.
It will open in the summer in the space once occupied by the Anheuser-Busch Clydesdale Hamlet.
Here's a ride vehicle from the new Infinity Falls ride coming to Orlando's SeaWorld. River water rafting ride pic.twitter.com/TYjC3zqbt5— Ty Russell (@TRussellWFTV) November 14, 2017
The company also discussed its new "Sesame Street"-themed land, which will open at SeaWorld Orlando by fall 2022.
The new 5-acre land will include an overhaul of Shamu’s Happy Harbor, a play area behind Shamu Stadium that features children’s rides and a net climb.
Ray Rush, a 60-foot-tall family raft slide, will open at Aquatica Orlando in the spring.
The company has been cutting costs to help counter the decline in attendance, which fell 8.8 percent during the third quarter.
The Associated Press contributed this report.
© 2018 Cox Media Group.