These five rides and attraction benefit greatly from the slower, cooler fall season, and are must-do attractions if you find yourself at one of Orlando's parks this fall.
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Located in Florida's theme park hotspot, SeaWorld Orlando combines marine life exhibits and shows with a selection of major theme park rides. In recent years, the park has sought to compete with nearby Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando by installing multi-million dollar roller coasters Kraken and Manta, as well as the Journey to Atlantis water coaster. However, its main draw is still its killer whale shows, which continue to cause controversy but consistently pull in massive crowds.
History: SeaWorld Orlando was the third park in the chain to open, after SeaWorld San Diego and the now-defunct SeaWorld Ohio. It was expanded considerably following a takeover by Anheuser Busch in 1989, with the company investing in adding thrill rides similar to those found at its Busch Gardens parks. In 2009, SeaWorld Orlando and its sister parks were purchased by the Blackstone Group, which is planning a major expansion of the park by 2013, including the addition of the "world's coldest theme park ride", Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin.
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Late last week, SeaWorld unveiled its ambitious new Blue World project. This new initiative will see the tank space for SeaWorld’s killer whales effectively doubled by increasing both the depth and the width of the existing tank. The new tanks will also feature “fast-moving current” to help simulate ocean enironments.