Sesame Place Halloween Spooktacular {review}

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Sesame Place

Sesame Place Spooktacular

We were recently invited to Sesame Place to check out their annual Count’s Halloween Spooktacular event.

The kids have been to Sesame Place a handful of times in the past two years and we’re able to find something new every time we go.

And this visit did not disappoint.

The Count’s Halloween Spooktacular is one of our favorite times to visit Sesame Place, because we get to see all our Sesame pals dressed up in costume. The only thing better than seeing Ernie, is seeing Ernie dressed as a rubber ducky, in my opinion. You thought he couldn’t get any cuter, but…

Sesame Place Ernie

Ernie was hosting a Rubber Duckie Costume Party for the first time this year. Lots of music and dancing (and costumes) made it a total hit.

One of the things I love about visiting Sesame Place during these special, off-season events (Halloween Spooktacular and A Very Furry Christmas) is that the entire park comes alive with festive decorations. When you step into the gates, you’re truly transformed into another world.

For Halloween, they had character hayrides, Halloween shows, an interactive corn maze, a “not-too-spooky” maze and even a pumpkin patch, filled with the cutest decorated pumpkins ever.

Sesame Place Pumpkin Patch

I also love that our favorites from summer are still available. We still get to enjoy all the rides and climbing areas (minus the water park, that is! Brr!!)

If you head out to Sesame Place yourself this October, come dressed in costume and stop at the trick-or-treating stations set up throughout the park.

For us, it’s all about creating lasting family memories on these special outings. With Sesame Place, it’s a given that we’ll get that unique and memorable family experience.

If you go {Sesame Place}:

When: Sesame Place: Count’s Halloween Spooktacular Schedule
Weekends through Oct. 27, open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Langhorne, PA (about 30 minutes north of Philadelphia and 90 minutes south of NYC)

How much:
– $39.99 for a single visit (kids 23 months and younger are free) – For this discount, purchase tickets online before you go.

For more information:
Visit Sesame Place for all the details on planning your trip and for answers to Frequently Asked Questions.


Disclosure: We received complimentary day passes to Sesame Place to facilitate last year’s review.

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