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.
“Hot off the presses,” was a saying coined by print media when an article was freshly printedor just released. This year at Sesame Place, we can proudly say, “Hot off the USBs!” Why? Well, as part of ongoing efforts to be a greener park, we decided that instead of printing over a hundred copies of our multiple-page press kitfor media members, we distributed the press kits on Sesame Place themed USB drives.
I don't know about anyone else, but spring fever has already set in over here! Who else is excited for warmer weather, longer days, and of course, water slides?! Here at Sesame Place we are gearing up for another great season, but in the meantime, don't forget to check out our off season celebrations! Your favorite furry friends will be happy to see you and I'm sure they will keep you warm while we're waiting for the weather to do the same!
Check out our video recap of My Fuzzy Valentine Lunch & Show!
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
Halloween can be a fun time of the year, but it can also be dangerous. Children are at a greater risk of being injured from a trip or fall, or from being involved in a pedestrian-car accident on Halloween than they are from becoming ill from their candy. With that in mind I wanted to share some information to help keep your family safe during your Halloween festivities.
That's right! Even more dogs came to Sesame Place this week as part of the United Way Campaign.
Woof Woof Woof!
This week Sesame Place employees were able to bring their favorite four legged friends to work! That’s right we had an employee dog day here in the offices of Sesame Place. Employees were able to bring their dogs to the office in exchange for making a donation to the United Way. This is the first time that Sesame Place is ever having a “Bring your Dog to work day.” Sesame Place is also the first theme park in SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment to have this event.
Here is a photo of Zoe, Jenn Wehrs.