Sesame Place, Langhorne
Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
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. See Sesame Place and all Langhorne has to offer by arranging your trip with our Langhorne itinerary maker.
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A great outing for families with young kids. The rides were lovely and the park is just the right size. The restaurant needs a bit more variety though. The parade of the characters was absolutely deli... read more »
I admit, we weren't huge Sesame Street people before we went. Now, it's all my son can talk about. We went in October so we got a great "2 days for the price of 1" sale (2 days for $55 pp). We had not... read more »
This is our second time here. First time with our year and half old son. It was amazing for him. Great entertainment for him and the characters were so real to him. It was magical. The daily parades a... read more »
The park is a great place. Tons of fun for my dayghter (4yrs old). The lazy river is my favourite part, even though you can only go around once it's long enough to be enjoyable and a great way to cool off on a hot day. As with any park , the lines for the rides are long, but the smile and excitement on my little girls face make the wait worth it. The parade at 3:00 was entertaining. The reason I only give 3 stars is the parking , $20. That is just ridiculous. However, if you're willing to walk a bit there the mall lot and a restaurant near by.
It is a nice park for the kids. My 3yr old had a blast and wanted to go on all the rides, water and land didn't matter. The park is smaller then I thought and we were able to cover pretty much all the rides within a few hours. They had a nice street parade with all the characters that they repeat two times per day at 12 and later at 4. Price wise I find the place a bit expensive at $50 per ticket even for the kids; the stores inside don't help much either. Food is as expensive as any other Park with burgers, frieds and soda are around the $10 to $12 mark. Parking $20 to $18. Lockers $20 for the day. Overall We had a good time but don't think we'll be going back anytime soon.
Was looking forward to taking my son here but was blown away that it was costing $191.00 for my wife, son, and I just to get into the park. When we got into the park i quickly realized that it would be a long day since the first two rides took 25 minutes each to get onto. Everything you did in the park required you to wait in a line. We brought our own food and was allowed to take it out of the park to eat. Good thing we did cause the food prices are outrageous ( $10.00+ for chicken fingers and fries, $8.00 for hot dog ). All the games you had to pay extra. The rides that they had for the little children were all the same ride but just had different names. They all just go in a circle, so I just payed $200 for my child to go in circles all day. When the characters would come around you had to wait in a line and they only allowed so many families to see them, then they would tell everyone that they couldnt take anymore pictures. This happened each time we saw a character and my son cried each time. All in all this was the worst park we have ever been to and will NEVER return. Waste of time and money. Dutch wonderland is cheaper and has 10x more rides and activities for young children to do and the staff is hands down the best.
I was online for the lazy river for about 20 minutes, not bad considering it was mid- August. Once I made it to the front, I waited a half hour for a tube. A customer got off the tube and ALLURE (a sesame place worker) took the life vest off the child and threw it towards someone behind me. It landed on my face. ALLURE thought this was the funniest thing ever. I understand things happen but to laugh instead of apologizing.JUST UNPROFFESSIONAL AND RUDE!! A simple sorry would have been great. Not laughing at me and then try having a staring contest with me. I was with four kids and was not about to make a scene. I really wanted to slap her in the face with a life vest and see how she liked it.
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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