Disclosure: I’m a SeaWorld Wildside blogger. I receive complimentary passes for my family and other perks throughout the year. All opinions are mine.
Last Saturday was cold. VERY cold. But even with the high temperature for the day reaching just 31 degrees, there was no snow to be found in San Antonio — unless you visited SeaWorld, that is! Along with my Wildside blogging buddies, I enjoyed a day of snow, sledding, sea lions, and Santa. SeaWorld has gone Christmas crazy this year with a life-sized snow globe (perfect for taking a special family photo), sledding on real snow, dinner with Santa and Mrs. Claus, a charming Candy Cane Forest, caroling, a beautiful Nativity scene, and so much more. You can celebrate the Christmas season at SeaWorld too through December 31.
Here’s a quick glimpse of the magic of SeaWorld at Christmas. Happy holidays!
For a full set of my photos from SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration 2013, visit my Flickr.
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