SeaWorld Orlando has announced that Julia, an amazing 4-year-old with autism, will make her debut at Sesame Street today, April 2, 2021, to celebrate Autism Acceptance Month.
Julia, who loves to draw and play with her friends Elmo and Abby Cadabby, shows kids that even if we’re a little different, we all share the same joy of play and friendship. Guests will be invited to say “hello” and take physically distanced photos with Julia in Sesame Street at SeaWorld Orlando, a Certified Autism Center and voted the #1 Best Amusement Park Attraction by USA Today Reader’s Choice in 2020.
The all-new experience will take place outdoors daily, from April 2-30, 2021, at select times throughout the day. Julia’s appearances will follow the park’s enhanced health and safety measures, including limited capacity, reservations, increased cleaning and sanitation, temperature checks, and face-covering requirements.
While visiting Sesame Street, guests of all ages will enjoy exploring the neighborhood that their favorite furry friends call home, including the famous stoop at 123 Sesame Street and Big Bird’s Nest. Guests can also participate in meet-and-greet photo opportunities with friends like Elmo and Cookie Monster or visit Hooper’s Store and shop for gifts and plush characters — including Julia — as well as Elmo’s Interactive Light-Up Bubble Wand that will unlock hidden surprises, special effects, and exclusive content throughout the land.
The best way to play in Sesame Street at SeaWorld Orlando is with an Annual Pass, which offers great benefits, including free parking, free guest tickets, and more. Passes start as low as $12 per month (plus tax).
Click here for more information and check out our 2019 video of Sesame Street at SeaWorld Orlando below: