Sesame Place Unveils Seasonal Celebrations Filled with Holiday Cheer and Cultural Richness

Celebrations at Sesame PlaceImage courtesy Sesame Place

LANGHORNE, PA — Get ready for a season filled with holiday cheer, cultural richness, and everyone’s favorite Sesame Street characters at Sesame Place. The park is hosting a series of cultural celebrations through January 7, 2024, promising a season of joy, learning, and unforgettable experiences.

First on the calendar is “A Very Furry Christmas”. Through January 7, 2024, the park will transform into a festive wonderland with millions of glittering lights, a Christmas parade, festive floats, and performances. Guests can join in musical sing-alongs and marvel at light shows around a towering 30-foot Christmas tree.

From December 8-10, 2023, Sesame Place will host a Hanukkah Celebration. Visitors can experience the Festival of Lights, play fun dreidel games, and partake in the spectacular Sesame Place Menorah lighting ceremony.

The Kwanzaa Celebration, running from December 26, 2023, to January 1, 2024, offers a chance to learn about and celebrate the holiday’s seven principles. Each night of Kwanzaa will feature a Kinara-lighting ceremony and plenty of opportunities to celebrate with your favorite Sesame Street characters.

Lastly, usher in the New Year with a bang at the New Year’s Eve Fireworks display on December 31, 2023. Join Elmo, Abby, Cookie Monster, and the Count as the skies above the park burst into vibrant colors.

Sesame Place, located at 100 Sesame Road in Langhorne, is excited to welcome visitors to these seasonal celebrations. It’s time to bundle up, grab your loved ones, and head to Sesame Place for a season filled with holiday magic and cultural celebrations. Don’t miss out on these enchanting events that promise to make your holiday season truly unforgettable!

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