Orange County

SeaWorld to require visitors, pass holders to register before visiting parks

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — SeaWorld Orlando is set to reopen their attraction Thursday, but park-goers will need to "reserve your day" to maintain lower park capacity and better ensure physical distancing, officials said.

The park closed in March because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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All guests at SeaWorld, Aquatica and Discovery Cove must wear a face mask and get their temperatures checked.

New guests are now required to register in advance with the SeaWorld reservation system before attending the park.

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All visitor with existing tickets, Fun Cards or annual passes most also register with SeaWorld before visiting the park.

SeaWorld said people will receive a confirmation email after registration that must be brought along with any single-day ticket, Fun Card or annual pass to enter the park.

Registrations for groups are also being limited to six at a time, officials said.

SeaWorld said everyone in the party needs a reservation, but children under 3 do not require a reservation or ticket for entry.

More details on the SeaWorld reservation system can be found here.

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