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100 Sesame Rd   Rotate the view Langhorneclosed, PA 19047
100 Sesame Rd   Rotate the viewUSPennsylvaniaLanghorneclosed19047
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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."
"If you visit on weekends, prepare for long lines to many rides."
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TJ Donahue
a month 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.
j pun
a week 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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Ingelle Gonzalez
6 months 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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Jennifer D.
5 months ago
The rides, both water rides and dry rides were great. Unfortunately, the waits in the concession lines were unbelievable. It seems like the $12 drinks weren't too bad a deal as you could refill them as much as necessary. What happened is that half the day was spent in line getting food and/or drinks. They could take some lessons from Disney parks. The parking at $17 and locker key for $13 was also ridiculous. If the fire work display was shortened to a reasonable length maybe parking wouldn't cost $17.
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Mel Sharkey
a month 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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Paul Nash
4 months ago
Pros: Park is super clean. Plenty of stores, eateries, restrooms. Sesame Street storefronts are very nicely done-up. Cons: Concrete, so much concrete. Very few opportunities to catch some shade. (This is important in regards to my next point:) Basic rides can have a 30 minute wait in the sun because of running with empty seats. (Looking at you, Castle Swing.) Apparent tradition is to claim a space to view the 4pm parade - 2 hours before the parade. Supremely obnoxious to those trying to just meander down main street and can't get on the curb due to empty blankets and strollers lining the street.
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Joseph Cappellino
3 weeks ago
My kids love this place! We've been getting season passes for years. Well worth the trip. My only complaint is that due to lack of space, most rides go in circles and can cause nausea or dizziness.
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chris podolsky
3 months ago
First visit off season mid October. 70% inoperable water rides yet I still had hour long waits for simple 2 minute long kiddie rides- go Groupon... Food lines were so long I went to their "Cup and Cone" with hopes of a quick ice cream and Starbucks. No sugar in their coffee shop and no ice cream at all. It is Spooktacula or something. Two weeks to Halloween. No Halloween costumed characters walking around. In fact, saw one character in 6 hours... Incredibly crowded because of Groupons in off season. No sign of characters. Do yourself a favor and go elsewhere. Lines so long you will regret going. You will have time for two rides and one food... Can do that in a shopping mall cheaper...
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