Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Place? The only theme park in the U.S. that’s based entirely on the award-winning show “Sesame Street” — and the first theme park in the world designated as a Certified Autism Center — will begin a phased reopening with limited capacity on July 24.[Read more…]
Theme park fans all over the world are mourning the closure of their favorite parks during this unprecedented time — but that doesn’t mean we need to stop dreaming about the upcoming attractions we’re excited to experience.[Read more…]
SeaWorld Entertainment and Sesame Workshop have announced the location for a new Sesame Place theme park, set to open in spring 2021.[Read more…]
SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment announced today that they would be extending their contract with Rudolph & Friends, retaining the characters for their annual holiday events at all of their parks across the country.
Sesame Place, the theme park based entirely on the award-winning show, “Sesame Street,” has announced their completion of a staff-wide autism sensitivity and awareness training in the park. [Read more…]
A grouchy coaster, an immersive VR experience, a triple-launch coaster and rapids in a rainforest river are some of the adventures to debut at SeaWorld, Busch Gardens and Sesame Place in 2018. [Read more…]
Sesame Place, the theme park based entirely around the award-winning show “Sesame Street,” has announced plans for its first wooden-steel hybrid coaster, Oscar’s Wacky Taxi – set to debut in spring 2018. [Read more…]