SEA LIFE® Orlando
SEA LIFE® Orlando
SEA LIFE® Orlando

SEA LIFE® Orlando Tours and Tickets

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Not to be confused with Sea World, 3 miles (4.8 kilometers) away, SEA LIFE Orlando is a separate aquarium in the ICON Park entertainment complex. As part of the largest family of aquariums on the continent, SEA LIFE Orlando is an educational tourist attraction and a facility providing marine health care.

  • 8449 International Drive, Orlando, Florida, 32819

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What are people saying about SEA LIFE® Orlando

ValstieL_T, Aug 2023
Orlando trip
We had a good time in family. I enjoyed both Madam Tussaud and the aquarium. We will come back for sure
Roxanne_A, Nov 2022
AmaIng experience!
Everything was so well laid out, very fun and clean. Entertaining for the whole family! I would highly recommend this place
Jessica_M, Nov 2022
Just keep swimming
Clean glass, lots of cool fish, sharks, turtles, and other animals. Really enjoyed the petting area.
Nora_H, Aug 2021
All very nice and clean. Loved to interact with the star fish. Very friendly and helpful. Mother nlaw was excited this being her 1st visit ever
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Q:How long does it take to tour Sea Life Orlando?
A:It usually takes one to two hours to explore the whole attraction. Generally, adults can view the space in an hour or less, while families with small kids may take longer. There is no time limit, so you can spend as long as you’d like in SEA LIFE® Orlando.
Q:Can you go to Sea Life Orlando without booking?
A:Yes, walk-up tickets are available for purchase at the SEA LIFE® Orlando admissions window. They may sell out or you might have to wait to enter when it's busy. To guarantee entry, book timed tickets online in advance. Tickets from third party partners do not need a timeslot.
Q:Is Sea Life Orlando accessible?
A:Yes, SEA LIFE® Orlando is accessible for wheelchairs and strollers. There is a guide for parents with children on the autism spectrum, offering information on sensory processing issues and the aquarium. Wheelchairs and electric scooters are not available to rent on site. Free tickets for caregivers are available.
Q:Can I bring food into Sea Life Orlando?
A:No, outside food or drink is not allowed at SEA LIFE® Orlando. There isn’t an on-site café, so plan your visit and meal times as there's no reentry. You'll find a food court in the building that houses the aquarium within the Icon Park complex, and there are nearby restaurants.
Q:Can I bring a backpack to Sea Life Orlando?
A:Yes. Diaper bags, backpacks, and handbags are permitted at SEA LIFE® Orlando, but they are subject to search. Due to security concerns and the lack of locker facilities, the aquarium does not allow large bags and luggage. Strollers cannot be stored. There are lockers located in the main Icon Park building.
Q:What is the best day to visit Sea Life Orlando?
A:It depends on your crowd tolerance. School field trip season—September to mid-December and January to mid-May—means large groups of kids wandering SEA LIFE® Orlando. Mornings are typically busier than afternoons, and lines are usually shorter on weekdays than weekends. The last admission is one hour before closing.