SeaWorld San Antonio to close portion of park for a new dolphin exhibit called Discovery Point

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The northern portion of SeaWorld San Antonio will be shut down temporarily as the park prepares a new new dolphin exhibit and attraction called Discovery Point, not to be confused with Discovery Cove in Orlando, Florida.

The new exhibit will feature underwater viewing windows and a dolphin swim experience.

Access to Dolphin Cove and the park’s sharks and coral reef attractions will be restricted until the park completes the new area in May 2016.

The dolphin pools will nearly double in size to 600,000 gallons once completed and will have giant underwater viewing areas for the guests to view the dolphins swim and play.

During this construction, guests are encouraged to visit Discovery Point, where guests can learn about dolphins and even swim with them.

A new sea lion exhibit is scheduled to open later this year at SeaWorld San Antonio called Pacific Point Preserve.  In this new area, guests will be able to encounter California sea lions in a natural setting resembling a Pacific Coast town.  Guests will also have the opportunity to try some new food options and view an all-new sea lion show.

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via My San Antonio




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