Sesame Place Philadelphia, Langhorne

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Theme Park · Water / Amusement Park
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Based on the beloved television show, Sesame Place Philadelphia brings Sesame Street to life through amusement park rides. Water attractions, shows, parades, and holiday events have added to the park’s fun since it opened in 1980. The 2014 addition to the park, Cookie Monster Land, features five imaginative rides, adventurous net climbing, and a soft play area for the park’s youngest guests. Of course, no visit to this park is complete without meeting your favorite Sesame Street characters. To visit Sesame Place Philadelphia on your trip to Langhorne, use our Langhorne day trip website.
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  • We had a wonderful time with our Pre-K aged daughter! The park and things inside weren't cheap ($35 for locker access?!?) but the staff was extremely kind and helpful. There were plenty of food... 
    We had a wonderful time with our Pre-K aged daughter! The park and things inside weren't cheap ($35 for locker access?!?) but the staff was extremely kind and helpful. There were plenty of food...  more »
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  • Great place for young kids. Lots of rides and half the park has water-related activities. Would advise going early or later in the day (opening time or after 3). Otherwise kids will enjoy. Cute parade of all the Sesame Street characters. Check pricing and perhaps bring your own snacks and water.
  • We had a great time here with a 3 yr old. Staff was enthusiastic, we didn’t encounter a single grumpy employee. The performers at the parade were wonderful, they put on a great show while keeping kids safe and entertained. If you come on a weekday, the lines are short (if there at all) and the park is less crowded. The park was also notably clean and well-kept, none of the rides appeared to be run-down. Here’s a tip: BRING YOUR OWN FOOD. You cannot take it into the park. However, you can leave the park and come back (they stamp your wrist) and they have an area of picnic tables and umbrellas just outside by the preferred parking. Bring your own food and keep it in your car, the park is so compact that’s it’s very easy to head back to your car, even with little ones! Food prices were HIGH inside of the park, $12 for a hot dog, $7 for a pretzel…just a few examples. Also check out their season passes, especially if you’re coming with a group. The gold pass gives you what is essentially 5 tickets (the pass holder plus 4 guests a season) for exactly half the cost.

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