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100 Sesame Rd Langhorne, PA 19047
100 Sesame RoadUSPennsylvaniaLanghorne19047
(866) 464-3566sesameplace.com
Amusement Park, Water ParkToday 10AM–8PM
Thursday 10AM–8PMFriday 10AM–9PMSaturday 10AM–9PMSunday 10AM–9PMMonday 10AM–8PMTuesday 10AM–8PMWednesday 10AM–8PM
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 water park was perfect for a humid, hot summer day."
"We have the Super Grover season pass and it's WELL worth it."
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Jaimie Jacob
a week ago
We have the Super Grover season pass and it's WELL worth it. My son loves the characters and both the wet and dry rides. The park is very clean and well maintained. I highly recommend this for the preschool crowd but there are things that older siblings will also enjoy. The is outstanding for a theme park. I recommend Cookie's Cafe where adults can enjoy various wraps, salads, and burgers while kids can get Mac and cheese, hot dogs, and chicken strips.
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Ted Gallucci
in the last week
I have been visiting Sesame place every Summer for the last three years, and I will be glad when my kid outgrows the place. Honestly it is a really great place for young children like in the 3 to 9 age bracket, but after that it gets tired. Any ride that is worth riding is difficult for staff to load resulting in excessively long lines, and attractions with short lines are lacking at best. This park is close to several major cities and as a result there are a lot of rude people in the park behaving badly that can make the day less than fun. The food selection is limited to kid type food and isn't all that great, if you have the option, you are better off leaving the park and walking to a local restaurant then walking back. Finally if there is anything you can do that might make your day or trip better, you can bet there is an up-sell charge for it, from preferred parking, premium preferred parking, magic cue, ride again, or a cabana if it will make your day better plan on paying for it.
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Bill Miller
2 weeks ago
Fun place. Kids get to see all the characters. Rides are for the little ones. Best park for little kids. Food was better than most amusement parks.
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George Marzuk
a month ago
Going on a beautiful Saturday in June promised huge crowds and plenty of sweat. We didn't do any water attractions. Non-water rides are mostly suitable for 6 year olds or thereabouts depending, of course, on the tolerance of the child. They're OK. The teenagers/young people running the rides are generally very bored and slow moving which keeps the lines a little longer than they should be. Isn't this supposed to be a happy place, like Disney? One thing that everyone in the park has to tend to is food and drink. The availability is disgracefully limited. If you need something to eat at normal dining hours, say 11 to 2, good luck. Lines are often 25 people long and 45+ minutes of waiting. Once again, the employees are simply incapable of doing their jobs, no matter how hard they try (and many simply don't even do that). If SP says there are simply too many people to serve, either hire more people and open more food places or limit attendance. They're making a fortune, invest a bit in customer service and comfort. All that being said, the shows make the trip worthwhile. The characters are wonderful, especially when they come off stage and high-five the kids. Go mid-week and bring food and drink.
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brittany sperry
a month ago
We went for our first time this month. While we thoroughly enjoyed the park itself there were a few things I hope to bring to the parks attention. The staff was terrible for it being a children's amusement park. Every single employee seemed annoyed and like they just didn't want to be. I understand they don't need to be happy smiley all day but again its a park for children. Have a little fun or at least smile for the kids. Also the prices were outrageous. The admission itself should be enough but the clothing and toys were way too high priced.
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Jon Setliff
a month ago
We enjoyed our trip here. It seems all the amusement rides are catered to smaller kids. Although, it seems most of them you will need an accompanying adult to ride with toddlers. This is in contrast with Hersheypark (which I do prefer over Sesame Place), which has a lot of rides where toddlers can ride by themselves. The park is smaller than I thought it would be, and half of it is water slides or pools. One nice thing is that you can bring food into the park, which is good since the food we bought here wasn't anything great -- and the lines for food was ridiculous. For the distance travelled to come here, I think we'll return to Hersheypark for our amusement park trips.
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Xiaofeng Mi
2 months ago
It's okay, but you won't get much out of it because of the long lines. And the long lines are there partly due to the fact that the staff there could work a little harder to make sure everybody left after their ride. Also their pace of work could also be a bit faster. On May 28 2016 I was waiting for the Starbucks line. I found that it took them 5-15minutes to serve a single customer. A line of 10 people had me wait for more than 30 minutes, and then I gave up. I will try to avoid coming here again.
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Douglas Baldwin
in the last week
If you are looking for a water park for the family, this might work for you. Otherwise, probably would look elsewhere. We had discounts for being annual passholders at Busch Gardens, so we got in for half price. Even so, we didn't get much bang for our buck. The food was not particularly good, and there were many long line for certain activities. We had a $5 cookie that tasted like dough. However, the kids enjoyed the Elmo theater performance, and the oscar the grouch ride is a great super beginner entry level roller coaster-esque ride for kids who need some coaxing into going on rides. In the end, I saw lots of angry children and tired parents, more so than other theme parks. Check it out if you like water parks, but I wouldn't drive too far to visit.
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