Sesame Place® in Bucks County, Pennsylvania makes everyone’s favorite furry friends on Sesame Street® come to life! Opened in 1980, the amusement park is popular for always having something fun to do just for kids like meet, hug and get a photograph with characters, including Elmo and other friends. The nation’s only theme park based entirely on the award-winning children’s show, Sesame Place has grown a lot since then.
In 2018, Sesame Place® partnered with The International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES), to become the first theme park in the world to be designated as a Certified Autism Center (CAC). Coming soon! Oscar’s Wacky Taxi™, a new wooden-steel hybrid roller coaster, will open late spring 2018!
Other popular park attractions include 11 mechanical rides like the Super Grover Vapor Trail roller coaster, 10 water attractions, including, Count Splash Castle, three stage shows for kids to sing, dance and clap along to like The Magic of Art™ and a spectacularly huge Neighborhood Street Party Parade™. Also, don’t miss Cookie’s Monster Land™, Sesame’s furriest land ever, featuring five rides, a three-story net climb and more!
Plus, the theme park offers special holiday fun. Celebrate Halloween all October long during the Count’s Halloween Spooktacular at the end of every September. Bring the kids and dress to impress for some not-too-spooky fun with everyone’s favorite furry friends, a character hayride, two winding mazes and three Halloween spectacles.
Then, at the end of each November, Sesame Place transforms into a one-of-a-kind Christmas wonderland with millions of twinkling lights and festive decorations during A Very Furry Christmas. See special Christmas shows and visit with Santa in his workshop!
Before little kids become big kids, make wonderful memories together through the magic and wonderment of Sesame Place®! There’s no better getaway for the kids, especially in the family-friendly community of Bucks County where children can also explore Giggleberry Fair in Peddler’s Village and the Bucks County Children’s Museum and New Hope Ivyland Railroad.