Clyde and Seamore’s Countdown to Christmas at SeaWorld Orlando

SeaWorld Orlando’s Christmas Celebration offers more holiday entertainment than you could imagine. From joyous entertainment like Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer to holiday shopping and stunning live shows, there is certainly no shortage of Christmas cheer. In fact, there is so much to do it can be hard to figure out what to do first. You really can’t go wrong but Best of Orlando recommends seeing at least one of SeaWorld’s Christmas shows. Here are our favorites:  

Clyde & Seamore’s Countdown to Christmas – A family favorite, Clyde & Seamer’s Countdown to Christmas will have you in stitches as you watch the two lovable sea lions Clyde and Seamore prepare for a visit from Santa. Having visited SeaWorld Orlando on a regular basis, it never seizes to amaze us at what these sea animals can do! Clyde & Seamore perform unbelievable tricks like balancing on their fins, twirling in circles, diving into the pool, and even driving a car. They are joined by an adorable otter, who can also perform its own amazing stunts. 

Shamu’s Christmas Miracle show at SeaWorld Orlando 

Shamu Christmas Miracles – It’s not a visit to SeaWorld Orlando without seeing Shamu. This Christmas witness these majestic orcas as they perform in the beautiful holiday show Shamu Christmas Miracles. SeaWorld combines sweet stories from children about their idea of miracles with gorgeous music and Shamu’s impressive moves. It is the perfect way to end your Christmas Celebration at SeaWorld Orlando. 

Elmo’s Christmas Wish – You kids will love this energetic Christmas show featuring Elmo and his best Sesame Street buds. Elmo, Rosita, Grover, Zoe and Cookie Monster gather on stage to help Elmo discover his Christmas wish. In doing so they each share their own and each one is accompanied by a popular Christmas tune song and dance.  Elmo’s Christmas Wish is very popular amongst families with smaller children so we recommend getting to the theater 30 minutes prior to show time.  

Orlando, FL – 12/13/16

By: Jena Pugh