Sesame Place, the nation’s only theme park based entirely on Sesame Street, is expanding its month long celebration of Halloween—The Count’s Halloween Spooktacular—this year with a new show, maze and hayride.
As you may know, Sesame Place is closed during the months of January-April to prepare for the coming summer season. What you may not know is that we are open for Special Events!
Top Ten Reasons to become a 2013 Sesame Place Season Pass Member
1. Visit as often as you want, on your schedule, during the entire regular 2013 season with access to exclusive Pass Member events!
2. Save 30% on food and Merchandise at Sesame Place
3. Big Bird and Super Grover Season Pass Members enjoy free parking at Sesame Place
4. Big Bird and Super Grover Season Pass Members save 30% on character dining experiences
Blog courtesy of Amy, Our Journey As Rookie Parents
It’s finally December!!!
One of the worst things that can happen when you’re family is on vacation is rain. Rain is a good thing; it helps plants grow and it cools the atmosphere if it’s too hot. But when a rainy day happens in the middle of your trip it can be a sad day. At Sesame Place, there are still plenty of activities to enjoy when it rains!
Spend the day riding our Dry Attractions such as Elmo’s Cloud Chaser or The Sunny Day Carousel! Most of our Dry Attractions are located in Elmo’s World where there are many fun rides to enjoy!
Hey Fuzzy and Read All Over Fans,
We want to share this article with you from iVillage.com...
40 Must-See Places to Take Your Kids Before They're Grown Ellen Parlapiano on Jun 13, 2012
From national parks to theme parks, make sure you get your kids to these great destinations!
Summer 2012 has started off with many heat waves. We have reached temperatures of nearly 100 degrees! And what better way to cool off this summer than to ride one of our water attractions here in the park. Here are a few safety tips when visiting Sesame Place during these hot summer months.
#1 Always Wear Sun Screen!
I am very excited to share my latest baking adventure with you…cake pops!! And not just any cake pops, Sesame Street cake pops!
These pops are a lot of fun to make but take a lot of work too. And they’re definitely not something you can make in one day, unless you start early in the morning and work late that night.
Greetings from the Sesame Place Horticulture Department, you can think of us as Elmo’s Gardening Green Thumbs! We are working very hard to get ready for Opening Day on Saturday, April 28th. We are busy planting over 15,000 colorful annuals and perennials in flowerbeds throughout the Park. We also have nearly 200 hanging baskets and 100 planter pots to add even more color!