Kids Weekend at Sesame Street Land at SeaWorld Orlando

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This weekend at SeaWorld Orlando, you can join in on the Sesame Street fun with all your favorite characters from the show. The event starts at 11am daily on January 22nd and 23rd. Join Big Bird, Elmo, Cookie Monster, Rosita and other furry friends for this fun-filled kids weekend!

SeaWorld states that this will be a fun filled weekend with hands on activities, character photo opportunities, and more. They will also be celebrating everyday heroes during this event.

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Some of the offerings are:

Storytime with Big Bird: Listen to your favorite lovable big yellow bird read stories at various times during the day. Check at the park for times for Storytime with Big Bird.

Sesame Street Party Parade: Have fun, sing and dance, with all your favorite furry friends while they parade through the area. On Saturday and Sunday, the parade happens at both 2:30pm and 4:30pm.

Everyday Heroes Badges: Kids can earn special badges for being an everyday hero such as for Bravery, Helping, Manners, and more all weekend! No cape needed!

Oscar’s Trash Art Activity: Kids can turn everyday materials that some may consider trash into beautiful works of art. (Oscar will not be present at this event.)

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Breakfast with Elmo:
for $32.99 for adult and $16.99 for children, you and your family can enjoy a delicious breakfast buffet along with Elmo and his furry friends as they dance and mingle. Breakfast starts at 9:30am located at the SeaFire Grill. The menu includes an array of breakfast choices for the whole family to enjoy.

All of this Sesame Street fun can be had with your park admission in the Sesame Street Land section of the park.

SeaWorld is open from 9am-7pm on Saturday, January 22nd and from 9am-6pm on Sunday, January 23rd. Sesame Street Kids Weekend starts each day at 11am.



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