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    Seaworld. They have the water park, shows, animals, Cartoon Network beach, rides. We had a 3 park superpass but did seaworld twice and skipped movie world. Great for teens/young adults/ tourists, but I would not go there with a young child. They only have a couple of rides for little kids.

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    Def Seaworld. We did Seaworld and movie world, and my kids loved Seaworld far more - movie world was too old for them and the little kids section was too young for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WorkingClassMum View Post
    Def Seaworld. We did Seaworld and movie world, and my kids loved Seaworld far more - movie world was too old for them and the little kids section was too young for them.
    I found that too. They have like a little toddler section with not much there, then the rest was for teens/young adults.

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    *ponders whether to wake up emma and suggest we go to seaworld instead*

    I think we might go to seaworld. Will talk to em tomorrow about it and see what she thinks.

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    Seaworld!

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    We have just taken DS 2yrs to both he far preferred seaworld they have the Jurassic park exhibit and he's obsessed with dinosaurs so spent heaps of time there and absolutely loved the polar bears he watched them for over an hour which is unheard of for him lol. They have heaps of stuff for the young kids including the Dora show and water park and the hands on reef exhibit where they can touch corals and starfish the shows are great DS loved the seal show and even got a kiss from one of them as well as being allowed to pat a baby dolphin (I was given a voucher to swim with them for my birthday and they let him come down to see them too)

    Movie world was ok but DS is petrified of people in costumes so he didn't have the greatest day he enjoyed watching people on rides and running around but there wasn't a lot else for him to do there, so for us seaworld was a much better day out


 

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