Sesame Place Theme Park Welcomes Guests to New Neighborhood

Sesame Place park has opened a new neighborhood themed area inspired by the “Sesame Street” TV show.

License Global

May 31, 2019

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The Sesame Place theme park has opened a new neighborhood themed area inspired by the “Sesame Street” TV show.

The new area includes interactive character elements and recognizable spots from the show including Hooper’s Store, the 123 Stoop, Abby Cadabby’s Garden and Big Bird’s Nest. It will also host new activities such as new photo opportunities and live shows.

“It was incredible to see the looks on our guests’ faces as the Neighborhood came to life,” says Cathy Valeriano, president, Sesame Place Park. “‘Sesame Street’ has touched so many lives over the past five decades; it’s an honor to have even a small part in helping to bring that special magic to all those who visit Sesame Place each season.”

Along with the new section, more culinary and convince amenities have been added throughout the park this year. The expansion of the park comes during the 50th anniversary of “Sesame Street.” Sesame Workshop has also inked a slew of collaborations In honor of the milestone.

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