It’s been announced that Sesame Street is opening at Seaworld Orlando on 27th March 2019.
You can explore the inside of Hooper’s Store and then head for storytime at Big Bird’s Nest, imagine how enraptured your child will be listening to Big Bird tell them a story, how cool will that be?
It’s been created so that it will be exactly as you imagined from when you have watched the tv show except you get even more as there are lots of attractions and an award-winning parade, this will be the first ever parade at Seaworld, it’s going to be a spectacular new event.
Just imagine being able to meet and play with your favourite characters such as Elmo, Big Bird, Cookie Monster, Abby and all the gang and have your photo’s taken with them to create precious memories.
There’s also an area with interactive play with lots of games where you use your body and mind, it’s a great learning enironment which is also fun
The much anticipated new roller coaster *MAKO* has now opened at Seaworld
The coaster is 200 feet tall and goes up to 73 mph and is 4,760 feet long.
Mako is what is known as a Hypercoasters this means that it typically has a drop of at least 200 feet. They’re built for speed and what the industry calls “airtime” — those moments when riders are literally lifted from their seats and this is the first for Orlando.
SeaWorld Orlando announces Mako as their new roller coaster, the tallest and fastest in the city
Scheduled to open in Summer 2016, Mako is the name of the newest roller coaster coming to SeaWorld Orlando, just announced today.
With speeds which exceed 70 mph, Mako will propel riders across a track that’s 4,760 feet long which is almost a mile) and encounter a 200 foot drop.
Mako is a “hyper coaster,” which is the phrase given to rides that reach at least 200 feet high and feature a high-speed launch up to 70 mph.
Mako will feature multiple, tall hills and high speeds giving guests plenty of “air time”. A 48,000-watt surround-sound system envelops the entire realm also, which will have sound follow the coaster trains as they dive through and around the area.