Coral World Qs

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Joined Jan 2004
On the park's web page it says no observers in the sea lion swim. OK, that's the rule but if I do that, can we just get DH a ticket to the park so when I'm finished with the sea lion portion we can explore the rest of the attraction together? He doesn't really want anything to do with the sea lions so I'd prefer not to waste $124 getting him a ticket he doesn't care about. Will there still be things we can do together?

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Joined Jan 2006
Yes, and they also have a sea lion demo twice a day that's included with your park admission. It's in an air conditioned building with limited seating, and is fun. No guest interaction with the animal, though, at the demo.