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Sesame Place, Langhorne

Theme Park · Water / Amusement Park
Based on the beloved television show, Sesame Place 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 on your trip to Langhorne, use our Langhorne day trip website.
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  • I would give 0 stars if possible! My son, 2 grandsons and I went Saturday for the first day of the Halloween events and it was an awful experience. There were only about 6 people handing out candy...  more »
  • I am a FIRST time season pass holder. When selecting my plan I decided to purchase a plan with preferred parking. During my first visit to the park after waiting in line for what seemed like forever.....  more »
  • The park rules states: "No outside food, beverages, or coolers are allowed to be brought into Sesame Place". The lines in the few restaurants were super long and after 4:00 pm the food trucks were...  more »
  • Brought our 3 year old to sesame place. She loved it. There was so much for her to do and it was extremely age appropriate. the shows were great and the linrs were not terrible. We definitely did not need to stay for more than one day. We were able to do everything in the one day that we went
  • We absolutely love this park. We've done the VIP meet and greet with Elmo and Cookie Monster and my kids have absolutely loved it. There's so much to do and see: free shows, parades, water rides, dry rides, character photo opportunities, character dining. The staff are all so friendly. We drive from NJ and we don't mind the trip.
  • We went two weekends in a row and found the afternoon to be less crowded. It was fun and our 3 yo loved it, especially meeting all the characters. We did wait in some long lines though, especially Saturday morning. There is very little in the way of guidance for shows and character meetings. I would suggest planning your day ahead of time with the online schedules.
  • We love Sesame Place for our family (4 kids 7 and under). There are rides aplenty once no longer a handheld infant and love that these are rides that you can go on with your kid. Note, most of them until they get tall enough require an adult. We have never experienced long lines at the regular rides but this past time, did note very long wait times for the water rides largely, I think, because of staffing and their inexperience in moving people through efficiently. Otherwise, it is very well maintained and clean. There is a great balance of rides and other fun things (shows, parades, etc...) which are very well done. We have gone multiple times for A Very Furry Christmas which is cute. The parking ($25/day) and food and lockers ($35/day!!) are expensive. You can bring snacks into the park and we saw a lot of people picnicking in their cars or at picnic benches near the parking area to bring their costs down. Overall, a great experience. Also note, there are frequent deals on tickets and passes so check online to see what is available!
  • Sesame Place is so close to being really good theme park... But there are just some aspects about it that make me put it ranked near the bottom of places to visit in the region. Our kids really like Sesame Street, like most kids, and they loved the parade as well as the show, but that was about it. Both times we have been here it has been way oversold. Thev lines for everything were way too long. They are deceptively shorter than you think because so many people have someone that stands in line for everyone else in their party who rejoin them once they get to the front. So a line you think is only about 30 minutes takes closer to an hour. The food: the kiosks w not well-supplied. We stood in line for a while and, I guess they ran or of food or something. The staff just walked off without saying anything and left everyone just standing there. We ended up leaving at that point to get food outside the park. There is a water park there as well. It looked like some fun things to do, if there weren't so many people. I would think this place might be good to visit during the week, but weekends, only if you don't mind the crowds

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