This past weekend, we got to attend one of our favorite fall activities – The Count’s Halloween Spooktacular at Sesame Place. The Spooktacular begins on September 28th and is open every weekend until October 27th from 10am-6pm. Not-too-spooky attractions include 2 mazes (Abby’s & Count’s), Character Storytime Hayride, and all of the Sesame Street friends dressed up in their Halloween costumes! In addition, all of the dry rides in the park are open, guests can enjoy the Neighborhood Street Party Halloween Parade daily and 4 different Halloween shows!
I always tell my friends who ask me questions about Sesame Place, that this is a great time of the year to visit. If you have little kids who do not handle crowds and over-stimulation well, the Spooktacular is a great event to start your Sesame Place experience. Being how only the dry rides are open, there is no need to try and cram in both wet and dry rides into your trip.
|Lots of characters are out, since it isn’t as hot!|
Also, being how summer travel season is over, the park is considerably less crowded. You will be able to see all of the shows, do the rides, see the parade and meet characters all within your one visit. You can bring your own picnic lunch into the park (check website for cooler size specifications), but all of the eateries serve Fall-themed foods to add to your experience.
|We didn’t get to do the hayride this visit, but these were our past couple of visits!|
|I love the Sesame themed pumpkin decorations throughout the park!|
|Ernie’s Wave Pool is transformed into a dance floor complete with a DJ and bubble machine for Ernie’s Rubber Duckie Costume Party!|