By Car 

The marine park is south of Orlando and Universal, north of Disney. From I-4, take exit 72, Beachline (previously Bee Line) Expressway/Highway 528, and follow the signs.

Parking — SeaWorld Orlando parking costs $25 (closer “Preferred” spaces are $30 and not worth it); $30 on peak days

I-Ride Trolley — An excellent shuttle bus with plenty of clearly marked and well-maintained stops, benches to wait on, and genuinely useful routes—except it doesn’t go to Disney. Its Red Line (every 20 min.) plies International Drive from the shops and restaurants just north of I-4’s exit 75 all the way to Orlando Premium Outlets, near Disney; along the way it touches down at SeaWorld and the Wheel at ICON Park. The second route, the Green Line (every 30 min.), takes in SeaWorld, too, but heads down Universal Boulevard, making it more of an express route, and turns around at Orlando Premium Outlets. (; 407/354-5656; adults $2 per ride, seniors 65 and over 25 cents, kids 3–9 $1; day pass $5, 3-day pass $7, 5-day pass $9; free transfers; passes not sold on board; daily 8am–10:30pm). 

County busRoute 8 does most of International Drive, including the Convention Center and SeaWorld. It duplicates the service offered by the I-Ride Trolley. Route 50 goes from downtown Orlando to Disney Springs and to the gates of the Magic Kingdom. It stops at SeaWorld where passengers can connect to I-Drive on Route 8.

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