SAN ANTONIO – Because of construction associated with a multi-million-dollar expansion, the unique Morgan’s Wonderland theme park will be unable to deliver its “A Wonderland Christmas” package of special entertainment this December, however several thousand Morgan’s Wonderland annual membership holders and season pass holders still will be able to enjoy holiday entertainment thanks to the generosity of SeaWorld San Antonio.
From Nov. 9 through Jan. 2, holders of 2023 Morgan’s Wonderland memberships and season passes will receive free unlimited admission to SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration at the spacious marine life adventure park in Westover Hills that will feature the largest Christmas light display in Texas.
Other highlights of SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration include twelve festive yuletide-themed areas; “O Wondrous Night’, an award-winning musical stage show that tells the story of the Nativity as seen through the eyes of the animals that were there and features whimsical puppets; the “Sesame Street Christmas Parade”; fireside s’mores roasting; and Santa Claus, to name a few.
“We’re truly grateful to SeaWorld for enabling our 2023 annual membership holders and season pass holders to get into the holiday spirit with exciting and sparkling entertainment,” said Richard Pretlow, Morgan’s Wonderland president. “Meanwhile, construction will be moving forward on our $6 million package of new Ultra Accessible® attractions that are scheduled to be unveiled when we reopen the park for our 2024 season in the spring.”
“We are thrilled and wholeheartedly committed to extending SeaWorld’s warmest welcome to Morgan’s Wonderland members this holiday season as a goodwill gesture while their own park undergoes expansion,” declared Jodi Davenport, SeaWorld Park President. “Whether it’s during the festive holiday season or any other time of the year, we embrace the opportunity to lend our support to fellow members of the hospitality industry and take joy in providing Morgan’s Wonderland regulars with a haven for enjoying our holiday festivities, including the largest light display in the state
Looking ahead to the 2024 season at Morgan’s Wonderland, Pretlow said information about season passes on sale for $50, and year-round annual memberships on sale for $75 can be found at https://MorgansWonderland.com/tickets-passes.
Visitors from Morgan’s Wonderland during this time will have an opportunity to upgrade to a 2024 SeaWorld (1-park) Season Pass, for as low as $50, available in-park only during their visit. The best way to experience all of the amazing animals, rides, and seasonal events that SeaWorld has to offer is with the new 2024 Season Pass or a SeaWorld Annual pass, both of which offer benefits like free parking, discounts on food and merchandise, exclusive pass member events, and more. Pass and ticket information can be found at https://seaworld.com/san-antonio/tickets/
Morgan’s is the nonprofit umbrella organization that coordinates planning, fundraising, marketing and communications for the Morgan’s Wonderland “family” of Ultra-Accessible™, fully-inclusive endeavors designed with individuals with special needs in mind and built for everyone’s benefit. Related ventures include Morgan’s Inspiration Island splash park, Morgan’s Sports complex, Morgan’s Camp and Morgan’s MAC (Multi-Assistance Center) that offers coordinated medical and non-medical solutions to problems faced by children and adults with special needs. All of these and other initiatives focus on the Morgan’s mission of inclusion. For more information, visit www.Morgans.org.
SeaWorld is a leading marine life theme park and accredited zoo and aquarium that provides experiences that matter while educating and inspiring guests of all ages to care about marine life. Welcoming millions of guests every year, the parks offer fun and enriching experiences from up-close animal encounters and year-round educational programs to award-winning marine-life themed rides and attractions, special events and exciting entertainment. For more than 60 years, SeaWorld has advanced the conservation of marine life in and outside its parks through science, education and exceptional animal care that is Humane Certified by American Humane and accredited by the Alliance of Marine Mammal Parks and Aquariums and the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. SeaWorld is one of the largest marine animal rescue organizations in the world, helping more than 40,000 animals to date. The SeaWorld Conservation Fund, a non-profit foundation established in 2003, has provided more than $20 million to nearly 1,400 organizations to advance critical research on every continent. A portion of park proceeds goes toward supporting these longstanding conservation commitments. SeaWorld parks are in Orlando, San Antonio, San Diego and Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE). SeaWorld is part of the SeaWorld Entertainment (NYSE:SEAS) portfolio of theme park brands. For more information, visit www.SeaWorld.com. To learn more about accessibility at SeaWorld San Antonio, go to https://seaworld.com/san-antonio/help/guest-with-disabilities/.