Cookie Monster and young boy outside at Sesame Place theme park

Neighborhood Street Party Parade

Along the Parade Route

The Neighborhood Street Party Parade allows kids and families to experience an energetic neighborhood block party on iconic Sesame Street with all of their favorite friends, including: Elmo, Murray, Count Von Count, Bert, Ernie, Abby Cadabby, Zoe, Cookie Monster, Rosita, Big Bird, and Telly..

 

Located just 30 minutes outside of Philadelphia, this daily AWARD WINNING “Street Party” features familiar contemporary tunes, as well as Sesame Street favorites that are sure to get everyone in the mood for fun! Kids learn about letters, numbers and friendship through the parade’s three show-stopping performances and 11 larger-than-life floats.

 

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.

 

Dates & Times: The Parade Performance will be at 3PM Daily.

Show times subject to change based on special events.

 

Shows & Parades are subject to change without notice. Please check our park schedule when you arrive for show times.

 

To give all guests an equal opportunity to view the parade, we no longer allow the use of unattended blankets, strollers, bags or towels as a means of saving seats. All unattended items will be taken to the Welcome Center.

 

Note that this only applies to unattended belongings. This does not affect stroller parking areas for the theaters.

SENSORY GUIDE
International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards
(IBCCES) - Learn more about this environment and if it meets your sensory needs.

IBCCES Sensory Guide™

1=low sensory stimulation,
10 = high sensory stimulation
  • Touch

    5

    Standing outside in close proximity to others.

    Sesame Street characters interact with audience.

    Participants may sing and dance.

  • Taste

    1

    Not applicable.

  • Sound

    6

    Sesame Street characters talk and sing.

    Music playing.

    During busy times, crowd noise levels can be very high.

  • Smell

    1

    Natural smells associated with outdoor parks.

  • Sight

    6

    Life-size Sesame Street characters and large moving floats.

    Sesame Street characters walk, dance, sing, and interact along parade route.