Dine with Orcas at SeaWorld Orlando

Dive into Orlando's most immersive and memorable family dining experience! Enjoy a menu of delicious food, which features sustainable, organic, seasonal or locally grown ingredients that aim to minimise environmental impacts to animals and their habitats.

Dine next to SeaWorld's resident Orcas as you hear the story of their incredible rescue and watch the specialised care they receive daily in their forever home. Following your meal, you'll get an up-close view into the relationship shared between our trainers and Orcas as you discover the unique characteristics of these majestic animals. Throughout your experience, you’ll learn about the small yet impactful measures we all can take to help save valuable ocean resources by enjoying sustainable foods and preserving natural habitats. It’s a behind-the-scenes experience that will connect you to the world we share like never before and it’s only at SeaWorld.

Conditions:

  • Dine with Orcas prices are in addition to SeaWorld park admission, a separate entrance ticket to SeaWorld and will still be required. 
  • Dine with Orcas at SeaWorld Orlando must be booked in advance and you must select your chosen date at the time of booking. 
  • Dine with Orcas at SeaWorld will take place between 11:30am and 1:30pm for lunch. Guests will need to check in at the Information and Reservation counter no later than 11.00 am on the date of your Dine with Orcas reservation. 
  • All members of your party must have a reservation including infants. 
  • Photo ID will be required. 
  • The Dine with Orcas menu is subject to change without notice. Should you have any concerns about food allergens, please mention this when you check in.
  • Children under the age of 3 are free but do require a reservation. 
  • Viewing of the Orcas could be withdrawn at any time without notice. 
  • Cancellation Policy: Tickets can be cancelled up to 24 hours before the activity date. No refunds are given after this time.

When you book, $2 will be donated to help UK wildlife charities, researchers and biologists.