This post was written by me on behalf of Sesame Place. All opinions and views are my own.
For the past week all I have heard from my two year old is “Elmo hows, gen? Pretty peas!” Translated for those of you not immersed in toddler talk on a daily basis, he has been asking on repeat, “Elmo’s house, again? Pretty please?”
Who can blame the kid? Our family feels instant joy upon entering the theme park, as we stroll through the main street before seeking out rides and shows. Opening Day 2013 was our first time at Sesame Place during “warmer” weather, so we checked out a lot of rides that we haven’t tried in the past. It was still a bit chilly for the water rides, but we are hoping that we’ll have the opportunity to test those out at some point. I mean look at this splash area (just one of the many rides in their extensive water park). My kids would love the slides and the buckets dumping water!
Here’s Buddy on Elmo’s Cloud Chaser – I know he looks terrified, but he was actually shrieking with joy. He would have ridden these swings all day.
We also love that Sesame Place makes it easy for children to meet and greet their favorite characters. Our boys also loved getting some quality time with Super Grover (or “Soup Go-va” according to Little Guy).
On this visit we also checked out the Elmo Rocks show. The theater was set up so every seat was a “good seat” – and the boys enjoyed dancing along with their favorite Sesame Street characters (Elmo, Abby, Cookie, Bert, and Ernie). In my opinion, Cookie totally stole the show, but the boys loved Elmo…especially when THIS happened…
If you could have heard the giggles erupting from my boys, you would have had a huge smile on your face.
Sesame Place, located in Langhorne, PA is now open for the season. Check out their website for ticket pricing and special events, like Calliou’s Musical Playdate (this weekend) and the Imagination Movers in concert (next weekend – loved them last year!)
Thanks to Sesame Place for having us check out their exciting summer play options!