Think Spring! Sesame Place Opens May 2 For Its 35th Season!
It’s A Birthday Party You Won’t Want To Miss
It’s icy outside, it’s snowy outside, but we aren’t worried about that, we are thinking Spring! This year, believe it or not, Sesame Place will open its gates for the 35th Season. Now is the time to lock in low rates on Season Passes. If you have a little one in your house you will not want to waste time. They are literally only little for a very short time. You’re invited to join the party as we kick-off a season long celebration of our 35th birthday! Be the first to arrive at Sesame Place on Opening Day, May 2, 2015 at 10:00AM and enjoy a character birthday celebration followed by meet & greets with everyone’s favorite Sesame Street friends, dressed in their birthday party attire! Don’t miss the debut of our new Neighborhood Birthday Party Parade!
Check out all the awesomeness of Sesame Place. Sesame Place is fun Wet or Dry! There is plenty to do for the day or the weekend. We enjoy visiting during Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. There are different events going on during each season. So while you are sitting home on this chilly day, it’s time to start thinking Spring! See you at Sesame Place!
Here are some fun Dry Ideas
Some Wet Fun! Don’t Forget Your Bathing Suit
- Bert & Ernie’s Slip & Slide
- Big Bird’s Rambling River
- The Count’s Splash Castle
- Ernie’s Waterworks
- Sesame Streak
- Sky Splash
Leave Time For The Parades and Shows
- Elmo the Musical-Live at Sesame Place!
- Let’s Play Together!
- Elmo Rocks!
- Neighborhood Street Party Parade
- Neighborhood Street Party Night Parade
You Can Also Dine With Characters. I would advise you to call ahead.
- Breakfast with Elmo & Friends
- Lunch with Elmo & Friends
- Dinner with Elmo & Friends
- Character Dining Celebrations
Disclosure: Diane Sullivan/ 3decades3kids is a Sesame Place Ambassador Blog. No compensation was given for this post. We are interested in your Spring and Summer fun and wanted to post about this great pass deal. Contact me at email@example.com and everywhere else at @3decades3kids. http://sesameplace.com/langhorne/