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You really need to review your teacher pass policy. You allow athletic trainers who are not teachers but not school counselors?
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100 Sesame Rd Langhorne, PA 19047
100 Sesame RoadUSPennsylvaniaLanghorne19047
(866) 464-3566sesameplace.com
Amusement ParkToday 10:00 am – 8:30 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 – 8:30 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 8:30 pmSunday 10:00 am – 8:30 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
"Highly recommend if you have young children and it's a hot summer day!"
"I regret purchasing the season passes."
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Ingelle Gonzalez
a week 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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Kim Riley
3 weeks 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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Ewan Buchanan
3 weeks ago
We have been coming here for the pass 5 years, multiple times each summer. We were here two weeks ago and we are going back tomorrow. It's just a fun place. The kids love it here and we as the adults love it too.
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Carl Sims
a month ago
Visited the park on a Wednesday, so the lines weren't too bad and the rides my kid wanted to get on were reasonably available even for multiple trips. Food is too expensive, which doesn't surprise. Just know that in advance. Beware the tire spikes coming out of the parking lot. Staff that I interacted with were pleasant, even nice. Other guests and their kids, not so much. Security had to break up a fight between two women in one of the cafes. Lots of children running around out of control. A parent had to be paged for more than 30 mins to come get their child at lost and found. This park is small, so I don't think that I would do it again unless my kid really demanded it. The cost doesn't add up to my liking. Small children will love it and it's good for at least one trip.
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Sarah Gutmann
in the last week
When I was researching rides there I saw some were listed as "hand held infants." Since there was nothing to clarify what that meant, I called Sesame Place and I told the woman I spoke to I was going there for my son's 1st birthday and I wanted to make sure he would be able to go on the majority of rides. The woman on phone told me a "hand held infant" were more like baby babies and if he was crawling he would be ok. He just would not be allowed on rides where they had to sit alone... fine, no problem. My parents, my husband, son and I drove 3 hours and stayed in a hotel the night before. The next day, we went to guest relations to purchase the upgraded "All DAY Magic Que" express tickets- and once again told them we were there for my son's 1st birthday. We went on 2 rides and then at Cookie Monster's High C ride the ride operator informed us my son was not allowed on any rides because he didn't have shoes... so I bought him a $15 pair of flip flops. The girl then allowed him on the ride. After his nap, we returned to the same ride and the new ride operator was insistent my son had to take "3 unassisted steps" to get on this ride. Since my son could not, he said the only thing he could go on would be the carousel because he was deeming him a "hand held infant." My parents and I were furious and when we asked for a park manager... no one knew who it was or how to contact the person. To add insult to injury, the $35 per ticket extra "all day" passes were not accepted on the water rides- which is what we got them for in the first place and now we were not allowed to use them on the rides with my son. If I was told in the first place he could not go on any rides that would have been fine- I would have just taken him to the local mall to ride the carousel. Their staff is ignorant and inconsistent with rules and policies. We took my son to Disney in May and that was a wonderful experience. This was a waste of time and money.
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Steven Engels
a week ago
We have been season pass holder for several years. The first year we went we had a great time. Each year after, the quality of the park employees, the service had severely declined. To our most recent trip where the spike strip in the sesame place parking area damaged the passenger side tire. Sesame place said they reviewed the matter and decided they would not reimburse us for the damage to the tires. Overall, I personnaly will never spend my hard earned money at sesame place again!
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Amanda Dover
2 weeks ago
We had a wonderful time at Sesame Place. We went on a Tuesday and were pleasantly surprised to find it wasn't horribly crowded. Our 20 month old loved every minute. We also purchased Dinner with Elmo and the interaction with the characters was awesome. However, the food was definitely not high quality and we were shocked to learn that their Mac and cheese was cross contaminated with peanuts. Overall though, it was a great day!!
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ronnie portwood
in the last week
The park looks like fun for small children but the food killed it for me when I went to the barbecue place all you can eat they don't take the meal ticket and it's $13 it's horrible stay away