SeaWorld’s Mardi Gras Returns in 2024

Mardi Gras, a globally celebrated carnival, finds its vibrant home at SeaWorld Orlando in February 2024. 

A picture of a dolphin at SeaWorld, one of the many beautiful sea creatures you can see there.

The aquatic theme park proudly presents its extraordinary New Orlean’s inspired festivities—a fusion of culture and color that promises an unforgettable experience. 

Let the good times roll in a celebration that marries the depths of the ocean with the exuberance of a traditional Mardi Gras party. 

The Mardi Gras Party 

SeaWorld's Mardi Gras is a lively dance party with music, floats, and lots of excitement. 

The heart of the celebration beats within the pop-up parade. Experience the iconic tradition of Mardi Gras with an abundance of vibrant beads throughout the streets of the park, adding to the jubilant atmosphere and creating everlasting memories. 

A mask commonly used at Mardi Gras celebrations like the one at Seaworld Orlando

Imagine large, stunning floats moving through the park, playing lively music that makes everyone want to dance. People of all ages join in, creating an atmosphere full of energy and happiness. 

Eats Inspired by the Bayou 

At SeaWorld's Mardi Gras, delicious pleasures await. 

There are special dishes such as Bourbon BBQ Smoked Pork Po’ Boy available, and traditional New Orlean’s sweets like warm beignets. 

It’s got something for everyone, making sure you don't go hungry while enjoying the park’s celebration. 

Once you’ve had your fill of those, there’s also endless other food options as part of SeaWorld’s Seven Seas Festival, an event coinciding with Mardi Gras happening from February through March.  

SeaWorld’s Seven Seas Festival 

Aside from the Mardi Gras celebrations, SeaWorld is also gearing up for an extraordinary experience as it unveils its Seven Seas Festival

The theme park transforms into a culinary haven, showcasing the diverse flavors that span the seven seas. Visitors can embark on a journey through Orlando's own version of global street food, from savory bites to delectable desserts. 

The festival is not just a treat for the taste buds; it's a feast for the senses as well with live performances featuring local talents and international acts, adding a touch of cultural richness to the park’s atmosphere.  

With the city's vibrant energy and SeaWorld's commitment to marine conservation, the festival becomes a unique blend of entertainment, community, and environmental awareness. 

A turtle at SeaWorld Orlando.

Orlando residents and tourists alike are in for an immersive experience that captures the essence of global culture right in Central Florida. 

Stay at Rosen Inn Closest to Universal 

Rosen Inn Closest to Universal is the prime hotel location for Orlando’s theme parks. 

Whether you’re checking out SeaWorld for Mardi Gras or the Seven Seas Festival, choose to stay close to the festivities by booking your room at the Rosen Inn