Sesame Place in Langhorne, PA

100 Sesame RoadLanghorne, PA 19047
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Sesame Place®   in Langhorne, Pennsylvania


We’ll tell you how to get to Sesame Place! Located just outside of Philadelphia, Sesame Place boasts 16 kid-friendly rides, 9 family-friendly water rides, 3 live Sesame Street® shows, and so much more. From first amusement park moments to lifelong memories, your entire family will love visiting Sesame Place. No matter if you’re 2 or 62, you’re bound to find fun at Sesame Place!

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Langhorne Travel Experts
  • Enjoy attractions including kid-friendly rides and water rides.
  • Parking is available for an additional fee.
  • Park re-entry is available by getting your hand stamped as you exit the park.
  • Proper swimwear must be worn by all guests who plan to participate in water rides and attractions.
  • Sesame Place is a smoke-free property.


from Sesame Place®
With over 16 kid-friendly rides, 9 family-friendly water rides, 3 live Sesame Street® shows and a daily parade, your entire family will be entertained all day long! From your child’s first roller coaster to a family-sized water slide, there will be plenty of whirls & splashes to experience together.

Whether you’re 2 or 62, you’ll find rides for kids of all ages to enjoy! From Elmo’s World to Cookie’s Monster Land, the rides at Sesame Place® are themed with everyone’s favorite furry friends in mind.

Water Rides - Open May 24, 2019
You won’t need a bathtub to splish and splash at Sesame Place®, there are plenty of water rides to choose from, including body slides, tube slides, a family raft slide, a lazy river, a kid-friendly wave pool and multiple splash playgrounds. Kids of all ages will be splashing all day long!

Philadelphia Customer Reviews

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"Fun but small."
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed May 22, 2019 NEW
Trip was nice just not that big.walked in a circle 3 times. there is a lot of small shows and entertainment for children.they need to have a quiet room for children to take a nap.
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"Sunny Days!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed May 19, 2019 NEW
First time to the park and absolutely loved it. We visited for our daughter’s birthday, but each of us had fun. The setup, rides and shows available are excellent. Prices are expensive although to be expected in any theme park. We enjoyed it so much, we plan to return again in a few weeks.
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Stephanie B
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed May 13, 2019 NEW
I have a special needs child (albino and legally blind) who has spent her life isolated to the house away from the world and other kids because of albinism. We relocated from Florida to benefit her quality of life (which she had NO quality of life in Florida) and one of the first things we discovered was Sesame Place! Her birthday was on May 7th and she fell sick minutes after my mother and I sang her Happy Birthday (we are all she has...) and I had to RUSH her to the hospital! I was concerned we wouldn't be able to make the trip the upcoming Saturday to Sesame PLace (which I used a large amount of the only money we get per month to plan because she has been waiting the moment she can just go be a kid and I wanted so badly to give that moment to her this year...) The customer relations people I worked with on every phone call preceding our trip were incredible! Helped me get the best deals and plan the most perfect time. The Dine With Elmo on mothers Day to also tribute her bday! We decided to chance it because she has survived for 6 years by fighting not by laying down and she was so excited that she bounced back miraculously the day we were leaving. Sadly... It ended up being torrential downpours the entire day... But in every horrible moment we can find the greatest blessing can't we? She didn't get to ride anything except three rides, but she somehow got FIRST DIBS on meeting the Count, Zoe, Abby, Julia, Elmo, Cookie Monster, and Grover!!! She DID get plenty of pictures and videos with her absolute besties (the characters of Sesame Street) and got to see the Elmo Musical as well as the Dine With Elmo which she got blessed beyond measure by the characters who swooned over her! They brought out the cake and I was shedding rivers of tears overjoyed at her amazing therapeutic time! Zoe and Cookie Monster both saw me crying my eyes out over her and hugged me forever lol I whispered to them her miracle story and that she is also legally blind (can see some) and I know I heard even Zoe crying in her costume... I can't thank you all enough because when I called today, the following day- we got blessed with free "Sunny Day Promise" passes to make up for the washout day! Top be honest, it WAS NOT a washout for my baby girl. She had her dreams come true yesterday and I wouldn't have it any other o for these special babies. I'm in tears sharing this... We love you. May God Bless all at Sesame Street/Place 7x70 for all you do.
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"it was awesome"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed May 07, 2019 NEW
The place was awesome and not even my seven year old daughter but even me and my husband enjoyed the rides we had during this day.
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Onika M
Monmouth Junction, New Jersey
"Poor customer service"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed April 20, 2019
My daughter loves watching Sesame Street and was excited for our second visit to sesame place. During the parade they chose some children to join them to dance. My daughter was at the front and wanted to join the other kids but they rudely sent her away. I’d be more understanding if there were a lot more kids wanting to join but she was the only one trying to join them; And they didn’t have to be so rude with a toddler. Feels like a complete waste of money on season passes because we no longer want to return. Otherwise lines are way too long for everything, most things are overpriced and employees (including characters) appear tired, frustrated and not engaging with children. I think disappoting for children who love watching sesame street and expect similar interactions when they visit sesame place.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Sesame Place®

Is there a fee for Parking?
Yes, parking fees are:

  • General parking: $23
  • Preferred parking: $27
  • Bus Parking (located in our General Parking Lot): $27

Do you offer accessible parking?
Accessible parking spaces are available in our Preferred Parking Lot for $23. Spaces are limited and often sell out, so we recommend you arrive early. In the event that the lot is full, guests will be directed to park in our Preferred Lot for the $23 rate. Vehicles should display a disabled permit to the tollbooth employee. A wheelchair or ECV can be arranged to be brought to your vehicle based upon availability.

Is there a place to store my belongings inside the park?
Yes. Lockers are conveniently located at the front of the park near Sky Splash, at the back of the park near The Count's Splash Castle. Lockers are self-service and may be purchased on the day of your visit with either cash or a credit card.

May I bring my own food and beverages into Sesame Place?
Picnic lunches are not permitted in the park. We offer a variety of food options at restaurants and concession stands throughout the park. Exceptions are made for guests with special dietary needs to include food allergies and baby food/formula. Guest should contact Park Security at the bag check upon arrival for approval to bring in these special dietary foods. Picnic tables are provided in select locations of the parking lot for outside food consumption. Grills and open fires are not allowed.

Prohibited Items:
  • Coolers larger than 10"x10"x12"
  • Any glass items including bottles and containers
  • Alcoholic beverages

Acceptable Items:
  • Coolers 10"x10"x12" or smaller
  • Medically necessary items
  • Sealed, non-alcoholic beverages
  • Baby food/formula
  • Small, single-serve snack-sized items such as chips, pretzels, cookies, and fruit

Do you have ATMs in the park?
ATMs are located at Finders Keepers Gift Shop, Cookie’s Café, and Sesame Games Playhouse.

Do you allow pets in the park?
Service Animals are welcome at Sesame Place. Service Animals are limited to dogs and miniature horses that have been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability. Service animals must remain on a leash or in a harness at all times unless such leash or harness interferes with the service the animal is providing, or the handler is unable to use a leash or harness due to his/her disability. The animal also must be housebroken.

Service animals are the responsibility of the owner and cannot be left unattended. Guests are responsible for the clean-up and for controlling their service animal’s behavior. If at any time, your service animal’s behavior becomes a threat to the safety and well-being of other park guests or animals, you will be asked to leave the premises.

What if I need to leave the park to get something out of my car? Can I get back into the park?
Yes. Prior to leaving the park, guests should have their hand stamped for re-entry at the Front Gate.

What amenities are available to parents with infants and toddlers?
Changing Stations: are conveniently located in each restroom facility

Bottle Warming: located at the Welcome Center and Family Care Center for guest use.

ID Wristbands for Children: are available at the Welcome Center

Child Swap: This is when an adult wants to ride with their children but the ride does not allow them all to ride at the same time. Once at the front of the line, the adult can ride with one child while the other waits at the front of the line. Once the ride is complete, the children switch spots and the adult will ride with the other child without having to wait in line again.  Team members may not ride with a child and cannot take responsibility for a child participating in a child swap.  A child swap must be done by a member of the party to allow the children to ride.

Family Care Center: is located next to Cookie’s Café, near the Sunny Day Carousel. Lost child announcements are if a child is brought to the Family Care Center. Should your family get separated, set up a meeting spot in advance. Carry a picture of your child. Point out park employees to your child. Teach them to find a park employee with a name tag and ask for help should they get separated.

Stroller Rentals: Large double stroller with seatbelts and canopy are available for all day rental.

Life Jackets: are provided at each water attraction which one is required to be worn. Guests are also welcome to bring their own lifejacket as long as it is an approved US Coast Guard Type II or III life vest.  To check to see if your lifejacket is approved please visit The Welcome Center or ask any lifeguard supervisor.

What happens if it rains?
  • If weather affects ride operations or impacts the park’s operating hours, visit Guest Relations to exchange your ticket for a Sunny Day Ticket.
  • A Sunny Day ticket is valid for a return visit any operating day one year from the date issued.
  • Sunny Day tickets are issued at Guest Relations and The Welcome Center.
  • Guests who do not exchange their ticket on the date of their visit forfeit their Sunny Day tickets.
  • Guests will receive one Sunny Day ticket for every paid admission ticket.
  • Not valid on Season Passes, chaperone, and complimentary tickets.

Is smoking permitted inside the park?
Sesame Place offers guests a smoke-free environment. Smoking is only permitted outside the front gate.

Does Sesame Place have a dress code?
Life Jackets are available on all appropriate attractions. Proper swimwear is required on all wet attractions. Swim diapers are required for diaper-wearing children. Water shoes are recommended. Swimsuits, water shoes, and swim diapers are available for purchase inside the park. Guests must wear appropriate clothing while in the park.

Can I save a seat for the parade?
To give all guests an equal opportunity to view the parade, we do not allow the use of unattended blankets, strollers, bags or towels as a means of saving seats. All unattended items will be taken to the Welcome Center.

Are Segways permitted in the park?
Sesame Place is committed to providing guests a safe and enjoyable experience. Because of different pathway configuration and terrain as well as large crowds that include small children and strollers, we regret that we cannot permit the use of two-wheeled, self-balancing electric vehicles such as Segways. We are pleased to offer other forms of personal transportation, including electric convenience vehicles and standard wheelchairs and we encourage you to contact Guest Services with any questions you may have.

Are there any items that are not permitted inside the park?
For your safety, ALL hand-carried items, including backpacks, purses, and belt bags are subject to search prior to entering the park. For your safety, the following items are not permitted in the park: weapons of any type, costume props/toys resembling a weapon, masks covering the face, glass items including bottles and containers, no knives. For your safety, water play toys such as inflatables, foam noodles, and super soakers are not permitted inside the park. To expedite entry into the park, leave any unnecessary articles secured in your vehicle. Sesame Place is not responsible for fire, theft, damage or loss of vehicle or articles left within vehicles

Are there specific dress requirements for water attractions?
Swim diapers are required for all water attractions and are available for purchase at the park. Proper swim attire must be worn on all water attractions.

What is your policy on saving spots in attraction lines?
Line cutting is not permitted. Guests that exit a line must re-enter at the end of the line.

Some rides required that a child be accompanied by a supervising companion. How is this defined?
For all mechanical rides as well as some water rides, guests not meeting the established height and/or age requirements must be accompanied by a supervising companion at least 14 years of age.

What items am I allowed to bring with me on attractions?
Loose articles, such as hats, glasses, cameras, and bags are not permitted on any of our attractions and should be left with a non-rider or in a locker.

Is a Child Swap program available?
Sesame Place offers a Child Swap program. This program is helpful when one adult wants to ride with more than one child, but the ride does not allow the entire party to ride at the same time. Once at the front of the line, the adult can ride with one child while the other waits with a non-rider. Once the ride is complete, the children switch spots and the adult can ride with the other child without having to wait in line again. Please note that Sesame Place team members may not supervise children or ride with a child as part of the child swap program. A child swap must be done by a member of the party to allow the children to ride.