Disclosure: I am 2012 and 2013 Sesame Place Ambassador and they are sponsoring this giveaway but as always my post is my unbiased opinions.
Sesame Place in Langhorne, PA, has been transformed into The Count’s Halloween Spootacular for the next few weekends!
I love Fall activities like hayrides, mazes and of course dressing up and going trick or treating. Well Sesame Place does Halloween like no other! From 1pm to 6pm every Saturday and Sunday you and the family can have silly and spooky fun with Elmo, Big Bird, Cookie, Abby and your Sesame Place friends.
Check out our visit from last year!
This year the not-too-spooky Halloween celebration will include trick or treating at the park, two themed mazes, a Sesame Street character hayride, three Halloween shows and everyone’s favorite Sesame Street friends dressed in their Halloween attire. The wet attractions are closed but everything else is open and ready for family fun.
I HIGHLY RECOMMEND you and the family get all dressed up it makes the experience that much more fun and you can dance at Ernie’s Rubber Duckie Costume Party and the Neighborhood Street Party Halloween Parade.
The Dancing Hotdogs family is going this weekend! We cannot wait!
Some upcoming special events
October 12th and 13th—Grover’s Not -So- Spooky Birthday Bash – Put on your favorite Halloween costume and get ready to celebrate Grover, the lovable furry blue monster at his Not-So-Spooky Birthday Bash. Enjoy a delicious meal, singing, dancing and Spooktacular fun as Grover’s Sesame Street friends throw him a memorable birthday celebration. Reservations are available on both days at noon and 5pm. Adult (ages 10 & up) $26.99 + tax. Child (ages 2 – 9) -$16.99 + tax. Children under 2 are free. Season Pass Members save 30% on character dining experiences. Park admission ticket is required.
October 12th and 13th—Jack Hanna – Sesame Place welcomes back Jack Hanna, worldrenowned animal expert as he showcases some of his furry animal friends for photos and meet and greets in 1-2-3 Smile With Me! Star of the internationally syndicated “Jack Hanna’s Wild Countdown” and “Jack Hanna’s Into the Wild” TV programs, Jack is well-known for his guest appearances on Good Morning America, the Late Show with David Letterman, and the Talk. Take advantage of an up close photo opportunity with Jack Hanna’s animal friends. Jack Hanna’s animal friends will appear in 1-2-3 Smile With Me! from noon – 5:00 p.m.
October 19th and 20th — Abby Cadabby’s Fairy Pumpkin Party – Grab those fairy wands and join Abby Cadabby for her special birthday celebration! Come dressed in costume and get ready to sing, dance and enjoy a delicious buffet with magical treats fit for the finest fairies in training. Reservations are available on both days at noon and 5pm. Adult (ages 10 & up) $26.99 + tax. Child (ages 2 – 9) – $16.99 + tax. Children under 2 are free. Season Pass Members save 30% on character dining experiences. Park admission ticket is required.
October 26th and 27th—The Count’s Halloween Party- Book your reservations for the best Halloween Party this side of Transylvania, The Count’s Halloween Party! Come dressed in your favorite costume and enjoy a seasonal fall menu, Spooktacular desserts plus singing, dancing and Halloween fun with everyone’s favorite Sesame Street friends. Reservations are available on both days at noon and 5pm. Adult (ages 10 & up) $26.99 + tax. Child (ages 2 – 9) – $16.99 + tax. Children under 2 are free. Season Pass Members save 30% on character dining experiences. Park admission ticket is required.
October 27th — Halloween Costume Contest – Come dressed in a Halloween costume tocompete in the annual costume contest at Sesame Place! Registration will begin at 10 a.m. inside the front gate plaza area and there will be competitions for children and families. Space is limited. All of the contests will take place at Monster Rock Theater and winners will be posted at the Welcome Center. All winners will be invited to be special guests in a march prior to the start of the Neighborhood Street Party Halloween Parade.
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