Pricing and Admissions | General Park Information | Park Attractions | Guests with Small Children and Infants
What are the park’s days and hours of operation?
View the 2016 operating calendar.
What are your ticket prices?
Single-day admission tickets at the front gate are $65 for all guests ages 2 and older. The best way to save on admission is to purchase your tickets in advance at sesameplace.com.
Is there a separate price for children?
Children 23 months and younger are free. Admission tickets must be purchased for children ages 2 and older.
Do you offer discounts on tickets?
The best discounts on admission tickets are available at sesameplace.com.
Additionally, we offer these discounts at the front gate only:
- Guests 55 years or older can save 30% on single-day admission
- Learn about our AAA discounts here.
- Waves of Honor Program: We are proud to salute the men and women of our armed forces and their families. Our Waves of Honor program permits any U.S. active duty military, activated or drilling reservist, or National Guardsman to one complimentary admission per year to either SeaWorld®, Busch Gardens®, Adventure Island®, Water Country USA®, or Sesame Place® or Aquatica SeaWorld's Waterpark™ in San Diego for military personnel and as many as three direct dependents. To register please visit www.wavesofhonor.com
If I purchase an Any Day Ticket with a FREE 2nd visit, can I give the 2nd visit to someone else?
No. The ticket is non-transferable. Both visits must be used by the same person.
What if I misplace my Season Pass?
If you lose your Season Pass, please visit Guest Relations with a valid form of identification to pick up a new one free of charge.
I am having trouble printing my online order, what should I do?
Visit Guest Relations with your confirmation number or purchasing information and our team will be happy to print your admission tickets and order details.
Is there a fee for Parking?
General parking: $18
Preferred parking: $20
VIP parking: $30
Bus Parking (located in our General Parking Lot): $25
Save time and purchase parking today online! View a map of our parking lots. Paid parking is required. If you are visiting multiple days, parking is required for each visit.
Disabled parking is available next to the Sesame Place entrance for $17. 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 $17 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.
What should I wear to Sesame Place?
Footwear and shirts are required on all dry attractions.
We recommend that guests bring swimsuits to enjoy all of the water attractions at the park. Proper swimwear is required on all water attractions. Swim diapers are required for diaper-wearing children. Water shoes are not permitted to be worn on water slides but may be held while riding. Footwear is recommended while waiting in queue lines, walking between rides and at Teeny Tiny Tidal Wave, Ernie’s Waterworks, Big Bird’s Rambling River and The Count’s Splash Castle (water shoes may not be worn on the slides at The Count’s Splash Castle).
Sesame Place provides life vests on certain attractions. Guests may use personal life vests that are Coast Guard Approved Type II or Type III. Please stop at the Welcome Center or see a lifeguard for approval of a personal life vest.
Swimsuits, water shoes and swim diapers are available for purchase at in-park retail locations.
Does Sesame Place allow guests to play Pokémon Go within the park?
Plenty of Pokémon, PokéStops and PokéGyms can be found at Sesame Place. The safety of our guests and team members is our top priority, so we ask that you please click here to review our safety guidelines and rules regarding playing Pokémon Go at Sesame Place.
Cooler and Picnic Policy
Soft-sided coolers 10"x10"x12" or smaller are permitted in the park for storage of baby formula, baby food and medically necessary items. Sealed non-alcoholic beverages and small single-serve snack sized items such as chips, pretzels, cookies, whole fruit, and pre-made sandwiches are also allowed. All other outside food is not permitted in the park. Picnic areas and vending machines are available outside of the park in our General and Preferred Parking Lots. For food allergy concerns, please contact AllergenFriendlySPL@seaworld.com for accommodations. Glass items including bottles and containers are not permitted in the park.
Do you have lockers at Sesame Place?
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 and near Snuffy's Slides. Lockers are self-service and may be purchased on the day of your visit with either cash or a credit card.
What items are restricted at Sesame Place?
For your safety, ALL hand-carried items, including backpacks, purses, and belt bags are subject to search. Weapons of any type, costume props/toys resembling a weapon and masks covering the face are not permitted. Water play toys such as inflatables, foam noodles and super soakers are not permitted inside the park. Glass items including bottles and containers are not permitted inside the park.
Do you have ATMs in the park?
ATMs are located at Finders Keepers Gift Shop, Cookie’s Café, Sesame Playhouse, and Trader Bert’s Treasures.
Lost and Found
Please contact Lost and Found by calling (215) 741-5383.
Leave a message with your information, date of visit, and report # if applicable, and we will return your call as soon as possible.
Our team will make every effort to locate and return the item to you
Do you have special accommodations for guests with food allergies and dietary restrictions?
Please reference park allergen information. If you have questions about special dietary needs prior to your Sesame Place visit, please contact us at AllergenFriendlySPL@seaworld.com.
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 board the animal at our kennel or leave the premises. For more information about Service Animals, please refer to our Accessibility Guide.
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.
Are characters available for private events?
No. Sesame Street characters are not able to leave the park for private events.
Do you offer gift certificates?
To purchase gift certificates please call 1-866-GO-4-ELMO. Gift certificates are not available at the park or online at this time.
Where is Sesame Place located?
Sesame Place is located in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, 30 minutes north of Philadelphia, and 90 minutes south of New York City. Our address is 100 Sesame Road, Langhorne, PA 19047. Reference our driving directions.
How do I get to Sesame Place using public transportation?
Take New Jersey Transit to the Trenton Train Station and take a SEPTA bus or a cab to Sesame Place. Sesame Place is located 10 minutes west of Trenton.
Contact SEPTA 215-580-7800 for bus schedules.
Contact New Jersey Transit 1-800-626-RIDE for train schedules.
All requests must be made in writing on the organization’s original letterhead. Please send your request to:
100 Sesame Road
Langhorne, PA 19047
(215) 741-5307 (Fax)
Sesame Place is only able to assist organizations within a 25 mile radius of the park. Our focus areas are children and families, education, conservation and the environment. Currently, we do not contribute to third party events, events for employees, volunteers, or recreational groups.
Safety is our highest priority, and we meet or exceed all safety guidelines set forth by state agencies, industry organizations, as well as our ride and slide manufacturers. Each ride has a posted safety warning sign at the entrance, which may be different for each attraction. Guests should review these safety requirements, based on manufacturer guidelines and our park safety protocols.
Many of our attractions may be enjoyed together as a family. Certain attractions do not allow hand held infants and children must be accompanied by a supervising companion. All height and safety requirements are posted on each individual ride page.
What is a handheld infant?
A baby or toddler who is unable to take three unassisted steps to the ride or attraction independently and cannot maintain independent seated postural control.
For water attractions, all riders must maintain independent postural control, as well as fit into a US Coast Guard Type II or III life vest.
What is a Supervising Companion?
A supervising companion is someone who meets all of the requirements to ride by themselves, is 14 years of age or older and exhibits the maturity of someone 14 years of age or older.
What can I enjoy as an Expecting Mother?
Guests who are pregnant are able to purchase a Single Day Admission Ticket at 50% off the front gate price. This ticket is available for purchase at Guest Relations on the day of your visit. Guests are permitted to enjoy the following attractions: The Sunny Day Carousel, Mini-Monster Clubhouse, Teeny Tiny Tidal Wavepool, and Ernie’s Waterworks. Guests may also enjoy all of our daily live shows.
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.
What assistance is available for guests with disabilities?
Sesame Place is committed to being accessible to guests with disabilities and to providing a safe and enjoyable environment to all guests. We have two programs in place to assist guests with disabilities. Our Ride Accessibility Program matches the individual abilities of our guests to the requirements of each ride. We also have our Special Access Program to assist guests in enjoying attractions throughout the park as some queue lines are not accessible to mobility-impaired guests. Guests with physical limitations can register for either program at the Welcome Center. Click here for full program details or download our Accessibility Guide.
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How can I skip the lines?
Make the lines disappear! With Abby’s Magic Queue, you can skip the regular lines and enjoy priority boarding at our most popular attractions – all day long! Reserve our Abby’s Magic Queue now!
A private nursing room is located next to the main entrance of Big Bird’s Rambling River.
Changing Stations are conveniently located in each restroom facility.
Bottle warmers are located at The Welcome Center and Lost Parents for guest use.
What if my family gets separated?
- Make sure children carry a form of identification listing their name and parent’s phone number. We provide wristbands to write this information at The Welcome Center.
- Set up a meeting spot, in case you get separated.
- Carry a picture of your child.
- Point out park employees. Teach your child to find a park employee with a name tag and ask for help if you get separated.
- Lost Parents is located next to Cookie’s Café, near The Sunny Day Carousel. Lost child announcements are made each time a child is brought to Lost Parents. Personal in park pages are not permitted.
I am a single parent with two children, how can I ride certain attractions?
Sesame Place offers a 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 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.
Can I bring my own stroller or wagon to the park?
Yes. Stroller rentals are also available for $18.
Lifejackets 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.