What is Sesame Place doing to ensure guest health and safety in light of coronavirus concerns?
The safety and health of our ambassadors and guests are our top priorities. We are working with public health officials and local, state and federal authorities. We have arranged a task force which is leading our coronavirus preparedness and response activities. To learn more click here.
What are the park’s days and hours of operation?
View the 2020 operating calendar.
Is there a fee for Parking?
General parking: $25
Preferred parking: $27
Bus Parking (located in our General Parking Lot): $27
Save time and purchase parking today online! Paid parking is required. If you are visiting multiple days, parking is required for each visit.
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.
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.