This summer my family and I attended Adventure Con 2014hosted by Sea World (see my post ). As a mom of a child with Special Needs I was a little nervous to take my Special Needs child to a busy amusement park like SeaWorld, but since I check it out last year without her I was sure we would have a great time.
2. You can purchase the Quick Queue. If you don’t mind paying a little extra and want to ride thrill rides, I would recommend buying the Quick Queue. In a nut shell it allows a person to go to the front of the line at Sea World’s most popular attractions. Checked out SeaWorld's website to learn more.
3. The Rides
Dress for the Weather! This summer has been unusually cool so far, but most summers in Texas are hot and humid. Bring lots of sunblock. Next to Sea World is Aquatica (click here to see my post on Aquatica) so it is a good idea to wear your swim suit underneath your clothes. Many shows and rides will get you drenched so bring a towel too.
10. You'll have FUN! You and your family will have the time of your lives.
You have any questions about traveling to Sea World Texas with a special needs child, especially one with Rett syndrome, please feel free to e-mail me or post a comment below.