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100 Sesame Rd Langhorne, PA 19047
100 Sesame RoadUSPennsylvaniaLanghorne19047
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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
"The big bird season pass is totally worth it."
"It's only too much momey and long lines that are thumbs down."
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Matt D
a month ago
Great for small kids. Easy to find a parking spot and a great variety of activities for small kids which they love. The character breakfast was lackluster at bet in terms of food quality, but enabled the kids to see all the characters without waiting in line. It is comparable to a hotel continental breakfast. We would definitely go back, but would be more selective of the restaurants we picked.
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TJ Donahue
3 months ago
A great local alternative to the more we'll known parks, with great seasonal attractions, my son loves Very Furry Christmas. They're also very accommodating for character dines for children with allergies, which is a huge plus for us in letting our son feel like I've of the group with his friends.
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Shirley Shirley
a week ago
I love it but... the bathroom was a little to dirty and some of the mothers was bring their son in the ladies room wasn't paying attention to their sons that was run around without UNDERWEAR... NOT COOL.
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j pun
3 months ago
The sesame street recreation of the show set is pathetic! They just slapped up some plywood and painted it poorly. I went on the weekened so the shoulder to shoulder crowds were expected but the extremely slow food service was also pathetic. Over an hour wait on line to order. Last but not least, this place was not designed for parents with carriages. There is limited space to leave you carriage. The park is too cramped, everything is right on top over everything. I will never take my kids back.
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Michael Peters
2 months ago
Took my daughter here for Halloween and she had a blast. It was nice seeing all the families in costume and there were a lot of cool activities for the kids. Super expensive but you have to expect that going to a theme park for kids. My only gripe was that it took forever to get food. Pro tip: if you are going to go more than once in the year, get a season pass
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Mel Sharkey
4 months ago
I took my children here in early 90's when it was owned and operated by the true Sesame street Television Workshop. It was clean beautiful, safe, and they only had "human body" powered attractions. Meaning no gas or electronic cheap carnival rides. They had amazing climbing nets- hundreds of feet in the air (very safe nets, all attached to safety nets), mazes, oversized playground rides, shows, and a few water slides. Now, they are like every other boring theme park. They have sold out to Sea World. Yes, the same place that captures, cages, and treats beautiful ocean creatures horribly. This is just another $1.3 billion dollar company, offering all the same same boring rides, with catchy 'Sesame st. Names'. I refuse to recommend friends or family to this greedy over priced, permanent carnival. Save your money, go to the shore. Buy an all day pass, for one of the multitude of amusement piers in NJ.
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Phinon Woodside
4 months ago
We attended during the Halloween events here and were not impressed. We bought a Groupon and visited on a weekend. It was incredibly crowded and they seemed to have no control over the lines. Due to the incredibly long lines our child did not get to meet a single character. We stood in line 3 times (for a total of about an hour and a half) for the Elmo the Musical show before getting in, and there were so many people crammed in there out seemed like a fire hazard. This annoyed us for many reasons. We've been to Disney several times and while we were not expecting the same experience, there are minor things Sesame could have changed to make the experience much better. One was the line control. If your attraction (Elmo in this case) only holds x amount of people, you should have an employee standing at that spot in the line to let people know not to wait. This isn't terribly hard. They all have those little counters used to count the people going in. Use them in the line. Another thing was that we heard a notice for a missing child. But we only barely heard it. The music was so loud, and not paused, that you could barely hear this. I would have been furious had my child been lost. The pros to this place are that the rides are geared toward kids, but that is about all I can say. Save your money and go to Disney or Hershey instead.
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Jacqueline Klinges
a month ago
I loved meeting all the characters! I went there when I was 4 in 2007 and now I'm 12 in 2016. My mom and dad made a photo album of me at Sesame Place. I was just a toddler!