And we were invited to join in on the one-of-a-kind family-friendly celebration with our favorite furry friends.
Growing up, I never got the chance to go to Sesame Place so I get really happy to do things like this with The Boy. And once we convinced him that it was too cold for splashing water fun and showed him all the water attractions were closed - he had a blast.
The last time we went to Sesame Place The Boy refused to get near any of the characters, even though he loves so many of them. This time was different, he sought them out - walked up to them and got lots of sensory furry hugs.
The Boy asked for specific rides, waited patiently on lines (the park was manageable enough that we didn't need the disability pass) and used lots of language through out the day. He was really happy being part of the holiday fun.
Check out some of our pics:
|Christmas Tree at the Entrance|
Pictures cannot do this tree justice. It's just beautiful.
|Picture with Santa|
Don't ask how many photos it took to get this one right. But we got it.
|Hold on to your cookies Norrin|
This is the money shot of the day - The Husband captured a great moment.
|The View from Snuffle's Slides|
I was worried about whether it would be crowded, but it was quite manageable. We didn't even request a disability pass. And The Boy did a great job waiting on the lines.
With the water attractions closed, we got to see the parade. One of my favorite parts of the parade was when it started to snow. It really added to the festivities.
We left before it got really dark but even at dusk - the park looked like a Winter Wonderland at lit up.
|Father & Son|
We'll be back soon!
More pics to be posted later in the week
A Very Furry Christmas at Sesame Place is open select dates November 17th – December 31st. The fun starts with 3 special Christmas shows, dry rides (weather permitting), awesome music and twinkling lights all around. Sesame street glows with festivities and come to life at night with our illuminated Neighborhood Street Party Parade. And the fun continues with a special Christmas menu, super holiday shopping and, of course, a visit with Santa.
Disclosure: I was invited as a member of the media and provided with complimentary admission to the park. All opinions are my own.
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AutismWonderland - written by Lisa Quinones-Fontanez - is a personal blog chronicling a NYC family's journey with autism, while also sharing local resources for children/families with special needs.