Disclosure: I received complimentary admission for our visit. No other compensation was received. As always, all opinions are my own.
It’s no secret that I love Halloween. It one of my favorite times of the year. If you’re looking for something fun to do this fall, then you have to check out Sesame Place in Langhorne, PA. From now until October 27th, Sesame Place is celebrating The Count’s Halloween Spooktacular. You can enjoy mazes, a pumpkin patch, your favorite characters dressed in Halloween costumes and even a hayride. While the water rides are closed this time of year, all of the dry rides are open for your enjoyment. We went this past weekend to enjoy some trick-or-treating in the park (Yup, there’s that too) and had a blast! Kids and families are encouraged to come in costume. My son grabbed his favorite costume hoodie and he was set!
In addition to the trick or treating, families can enjoy fun events just for Halloween like:
- Countdown to Halloween: A live character Halloween Musical Show
- The Count’s Not to Spooky Halloween Radio Show: Check out The Count Von Count as the master of scare-emoines on an old time radio show. Great for the whole family.
- Elmo’s World Live! Halloween: Join Elmo, Mr. Noodle and Dorothy as they explore Halloween
- Neighborhood Street Party Halloween Parade: Enjoy “The Neighborhood Street Party” parade with all new Halloween elements.
One of my favorite parts of the day was checking out all of the decorations. The park looked amazing. Everywhere you looked there were pumpkins or ghosts or spiders. They even had a pumpkin patch set up where kids could buy a pumpkin and decorate it.
For lunch we ate at Elmo’s Eatery. The food choices looked amazing and the restaurant and tables were so clean. For lunch my son picked chicken fingers and fries. Both were yummy and we both loved the cute Halloween plate and cup that came with the kids meal.
The crowds were minimal and that was great news for us since we had little to no wait for all the rides and attractions. Some of our favorites rides are the carousel and the teacups and we had so much fun riding them over and over.
My favorite character sighting of the day was Oscar in his trash can. I thought he was so cute! The mazes were a lot of fun and n We finished our day with a hayride and story with Ernie. It was a perfect way to end the days festivities.
We had such a fun time at Sesame Place, we can’t wait to go back. The park is great for kids of all ages to enjoy. My son is already asking to go back.
For more information on Sesame Place and all the park has to offer, visit http://sesameplace.com/en/langhorne
Disclosure: I received complimentary admission for our visit. No other compensation was received. As always, all opinions are my own and not influenced in anyway.