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100 Sesame Rd Langhorne, PA 19047
100 Sesame RoadUSPennsylvaniaLanghorne19047
(866) 464-3566sesameplace.com
Amusement ParkToday 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 8:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Enjoy the spirit of fun and imagination with your kids at an adventure amusement park you'll enjoy as much as the little ones. Celebrate family time together soon near Philadelphia at Sesame Place!  Call us at (866) 464-3566!
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Big Sesame Street-themed amusement park with rides, interactive parade, water slides & Elmo's World.- Google
"Weather was hot so we really got to enjoy the water rides."
"I regret purchasing the season passes."
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Ingelle Gonzalez
a month ago
For starters, I went on a Thursday from 2-8pm. I have had my spirits crushed as I watched my then-two year old get denied access to rides at general carnivals due to her size, Sesame Place was a dream. I now also have a one year old and I was able to get on mostly every ride! It's literally an amusement park for kids and I really didn't know they existed. As a parent braving the park alone with two young children, I was pleasantly surprised to have attendants who went out of their way to be kind and accommodating. As with any public amusement park, go during the weekday so you can have a better experience. The bathrooms weren't totally gross, the wait times were less than 5 minutes, and everyone (overall- from employees to parents and children) was calm and enjoyable.
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Paul Yi
a week ago
I had the privilege visiting sesame place over the weekend, and I must say it was the worst! I arrived at the park around 10:30am. And waited at the VIP parking lot line, arrived at the booth 10mins later, employee tells me the lot is full. I don't think it’s that hard to put up a sign saying "the lot is full". From the moment I had entered the park was downhill. The water park was overly crowed, the rides were not operational, and if they were operating it took minimum of 45mins to get on. The lines to get into the restaurant it took over an hour!!! Was at the park over 7hrs and my kids were able to get on 5 rides and did some water splashing. Really recommend going somewhere else.
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Vash TheStampede
a week ago
Parking was adequate, but I did go on a weekday and DID NOT expect Sesame Place to be as crowded as it was. This is a warning to those who want to visit on the weekend. I would highly, highly, highly recommend hitting the pools early when they first open - later in the day, it smelled like urine and the water was very murky. The lines were pretty long, but waiting in line is expected at any park. If you go alone with your child, you will probably need a locker to hold your belongings while at the pool. The locker rentals are $16 and you get $3 back when you return the key (so it's really $13). This price may fluctuate as I see differing prices on other posts. I had to stand on the initial line and then I stood on line another two times because they kept giving me a key to a locker that didn't have a lock so this wasted a considerable amount of time. The lifeguard seemed intent on harassing my child and I. There was a row of six chairs in the water (two were occupied) and an additional four chairs were facing each other. When my child sat in one and I was preparing to sit in the other, the lifeguard blew his whistle and said I couldn't sit there and needed to move the chairs out of the water. Then, my child climbed up onto the edge and he blew the whistle again, telling us that we couldn't go there. There is also a colorful pipe structure which was also the subject of a familiar whistle. I noticed the peeling paint by the pipes and other structures so I wasn't too sad to leave the pool. Waiting in line for rides was expected, but I did avoid the lazy river ride as a lady informed me that it was very, very disorganized and her husband had to ask three times whether someone was running it. The service is pretty slow, but what irritated me was the general theme that no one knew which way was the line was going. Twice, I was waiting in line behind other people and another line of people just piled up the other way, came later, but were served first. There is also a large beverage cup sold with free refills on the day of purchase ($11.99+ tax) and $0.99 to refill the cup the rest of the season. There are no separate line for just refills so you will have to wait in line. Average time on line on the weekday that I went was 35 minutes and that was only with about five or six people ahead of me. I guess they are getting paid by the hour so there is no incentive for the staff to be efficient. In their defense, there were other people that cut in line twice so they serviced more people a couple of times. The parade featured your favorite Sesame Street characters and my child seemed to appreciate seeing them in person. The floats are colorful and whimsical and the dancing characters made my child start moving and swaying as well...very cute! It would be a great value add if characters roamed around randomly when the temperatures were lower (I can imagine those costumes could get very hot and endanger the health of the person wearing it). I felt bad for people who actually purchase a package and make this their vacation destination. I felt the prices were very high for the experience. Small tweaks could really make a huge difference in the value that a customer receives.
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Rebecca Tischler
2 weeks ago
Sesame place is a wonderful kids theme park. My kids always have a great time there. For the best experience, for your kids to be able to go on more rides they should be three and about three feet tall. You can bring in a small cooler bag with drinks and food. They never stopped me bring in food for my baby either. You can leave your belongings on a stroller (no valuables) and it will still be there. The food isn't a bad price either. The kids meals are $11 or if you get a meal plan $9 and they come with a side and a drink. And the kids get to keep the plate (cookie monster or Elmo depending on the restaurant) and a cup with all the characters. It's the only souvenir my kids have ever needed. The shows are nice, one of them is even air conditioned. The lines can be long during peak times which is why we go during the week. You can buy cheaper park tickets on line. You can even get two days for the price of one online. That's the package we do. This year we found tickets at a rec center that included a meal for one of the days. That was the best deal we have gotten. Every time we have gone the characters were located randomly all over the park (most are on Main Street)for pictures. We have always been able to take at least three pictures a trip. And they let you use your own camera. If you do this park right your kids will have a great time and so will you.
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Shirley Shirley
2 weeks ago
We loved it .....The only thing I had a problem... The mother was changing the little boys in the womans bathroom. Have no problem with that.. but if you change the boys in bathroom stalls not in plain sight well my little girls in the room ..... that's when I have a problem with it.......#not cool
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Lydia Roman
2 weeks ago
Felt like a kid again was awesome a day full of FUN...best place for everyone to enjoy themselves
Brandi Smith
a week ago
Got there right when the gates opened with 2 - 2 yr olds and did all the dry rides with the exception of 3 or 4 within the first hour with no waiting! Got photos with Elmo and BB then headed over to the water rides. They were a little more crowded but not bad. It was an excellent day. I will say waiting for the food lines in the "Cafeteria" style places could have been a waste...our friends were stuck in there a while. Bring your own food or buy from the concession stands outside. There are plenty of places to sit and enjoy your lunch outside. Watched the parade then scrambled right back to hit the water rides again. Zero complaints. Was worried after reading some of these comments but we had an absolutely perfect day in mid July and can't wait to go back!
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Kim Riley
a month ago
I been going to sesame place from the year they opened when it was $17.for children and $15. for adults :). And have been going for year with nieces,nephews and friends kids. I think this is the next best thing to Disney if not better! I don't know no kids who don't like water and adventure. The only park that still lets you bring a male or a beverage in the park. you used to be able to bring a cooler in a complete picnic lunch but I guess people ruin those privileges. They also have a great selection of food always healthy choices. My daughter is now 22 years old I don't have no babies but I also like kids who's parents don't get the opportunity to take them because of the course that there kids can enjoy it as well. I hope that Sesame Place can give at least one day or one week out of the season for underprivileged kids or parents with large families can afford for the kids to enjoy it as well. I still go to Sesame Place and all the time with kids that have never been there before its very costly for me but I do enjoy seeing them enjoy them self. They leave with a lifetime of memories. I think all kids should have a Sesame Place memory.
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