SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment announced today a 10-year agreement with The Coca-Cola Company that makes Coca-Cola® the “Official Refreshment Beverage” of our parks beginning January 1, 2012.
Over the holidays, we asked you, our fans, to help us with something very special -- choosing the name for our baby killer whale.
On Thursday, Nov. 18, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay celebrated a very special birthday. Bolingo, the first gorilla ever born at the park turned five years old.
A groundbreaking theatrical, acrobatic and musical adventure is coming to Busch Gardens Tampa Bay this winter for a limited engagement.
When the sun goes down, some of the animals at Busch Gardens heat up. Nocturnal animals in the Edge of Africa and on the Serengeti Plain, including lions, hippos and rhinos, are more playful, more active, more exciting to watch after the heat of the day.
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SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment has promoted Daniel B. Brown, President of the company’s three Orlando parks –- SeaWorld Orlando, Discovery Cove and Aquatica -- to Chief Operating Officer, SeaWorld Parks.
Busch Gardens Tampa donated 10 koi and 12 tilapia on July 15 to St. Joseph's John Knox Village in Tampa, a retirement community only a few miles away from the Tampa theme park.
“We have an abundance of the fish, and we were happy to share the surplus with our neighbors at John Knox Village,” said Mike Boos, vice president of zoological operations at Busch Gardens.
Something new and something, well . . .older. While SeaWorld San Diego's new dolphin show "Blue Horizons" is wowing guests every day, one of the performance's stars has been amazing visitors for decades.
Bubbles the pilot whale, who began her career more than 40 years ago, continues to thrill crowds with her jumps and dives, much to the delight of her dedicated fans.