SeaWorld and Busch Gardens

SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment has been in the news a lot over the recent years, particularly for their SeaWorld properties, but there is a lot more to the company than most people know. Anheuser-Busch originally operated several Busch Gardens parks adjacent to its breweries, and then acquired the SeaWorld parks. In 2009 the then Busch Entertainment Corporation was sold to The Blackstone Group, which now operates all parks under SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment. The company has a collection of seven theme parks and five water parks across the Unites States including SeaWorld San Diego, our most-frequently covered park (as of 2018), Aquatica San Diego, SeaWorld San Antonio, Aquatica San Antonio, SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica Orlando, Sesame Place, Busch Gardens Tampa, Adventure Island, Busch Gardens Williamsburg, and Water Country USA. The SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment properties are well-known for their cleanliness, attention to detailed landscaping, big coasters and immersive parks, but above all they are known for their natural beauty both terrain and animal experience wise. We’re big fans of the chain and will continue to cover the parks with a lot of love! Check out our reports and updates below:




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