- True GPS navigation that provides a highlighted path to your destination
- Interactive park map
- Quick Pay feature – so that you don’t have to constantly pull out your wallet
- Wait times for attractions
- Displays next show times for each of the park’s character shows.
Tip: Hit all the water attractions first before the park gets too crowded. Then dry off, have lunch and check out the dry attractions.
Trick: Ride the dry attractions during the Parade times, lines are usually shorter. But if you want to see the Parade (which you should – because it’s amazing!) start making your way toward the front of the Park 45-30 minutes before show starts -that’s where the parade begins.
Need to Know: There is a designated area for disabled guests along the parade route. This area is on the east side (river side) of the parade route, adjacent to the Boy’s River Restroom. While this area was established to provide mobility impaired individuals and their families a place to view the parade, those with a mobility impairment may choose any other location along the parade route as well.
Need To Know: On busier days, you may be given a boarding time to return. Our water attractions that allow for special access are Sky Splash, Slimey’s Chutes, Sesame Streak, Slip- pery Slopes, Bert and Ernie’s Slip and Slide, and Big Bird’s Rambling River. On busier days Special Access may be limited during certain hours which will be communicated by the Welcome Center.
Stay overnight (if you can). The first time we visited Sesame Place, we made it a weekend trip. It was our first time in a hotel and we needed a break from our hectic schedules. I am so happy that’s what we did, we drove down at our pace. We weren’t rushed. We stayed in the hotel and visited the park the next day and the next morning drove home. There are many hotels in the area at varying price points and there is a lot to do in the area. (Philly is less than 45 minutes away.)
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