Featuring rides, character encounters, a parade and much more, Sesame Street Land™ at SeaWorld® Orlando offers family fun for all ages.


Updated Feb. 17, 2021

Wondering how to get to get to the home of Big Bird, Elmo, Oscar the Grouch and other furry friends? It’s easy: Just head to the all-new Sesame Street Land™ at SeaWorld® Orlando! Included with regular admission to SeaWorld Orlando’s theme park, this brand-new land is packed with rides, dining and shopping based on the iconic TV series, not to mention interactive fun, character meet-and-greets, and SeaWorld’s first-ever parade.

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SeaWorld is also prioritizing your safety with enhanced health and sanitization measures designed to help protect you, including a reservation system. Before your visit, check out all the family-friendly fun waiting for you at SeaWorld’s most ambitious expansion yet!

Please note: Depending on the timing of your visit, some experiences may be temporarily modified or closed. Learn more about healthy travel and what’s open in Orlando, and check with SeaWorld for their current status.

New Attractions at Sesame Street Land at SeaWorld Orlando

SeaWorld Orlando Cookie Drop ride at Sesame Street
Cookie Drop, Part of Sesame Street Land at SeaWorld Orlando

Encompassing 6 acres, Sesame Street at SeaWorld Orlando is a faithful re-creation of the famous neighborhood, with one major difference: It has attractions! Seven of them to be precise, and all designed for kids and their parents. They include:

Abby’s Flower Tower

Soar up, up and away in Abby Cadabby’s colorful flower pots on this lively ride, which provides a “fairy’s-eye” view of all the action on Sesame Street.

Restrictions: Guests below 42 inches must be accompanied by a supervising companion. Hand-held infants are not permitted.

Big Bird’s Twirl ‘N’ Whirl

There’s no napping in these nests! Instead, you’ll sing with delight as you twirl around Big Bird himself.

Restrictions: Guests below 36 inches must be accompanied by a supervising companion. Hand-held infants are not permitted.

Cookie Drop!

Have a giggling good time with Cookie Monster as you bounce up and down in a cloud of cookie crumbs.

Restrictions: Guests below 42 inches must be accompanied by a supervising companion. Hand-held infants are not permitted.

Elmo’s Choo Choo Train

All aboard for interactive, bell-ringing, horn-honking fun on Elmo’s train ride! Keep an eye out along the way to spot butterflies, caterpillars and even Elmo’s special friends, the Twiddlebugs.

Restrictions: Guests below 36 inches must be accompanied by a supervising companion. Hand-held infants are not permitted.

Rubber Duckie Water Works

Have the splashiest fun and cool off with Ernie and Rubber Ducky at this watery play zone, complete with blasts, fountains, pop jets and more.

Slimey’s Slider

Swoop and swivel your way through Oscar the Grouch’s prized compost collection. It’s a grouchy good time hosted by Oscar’s pet worm, Slimey.

Restrictions: Guests below 42 inches must be accompanied by a supervising companion. Hand-held infants are not permitted.

Super Grover’s Box Car Derby

Get behind the wheel with Sesame Street’s resident superhero for this family-friendly ride. The first steel roller coaster designed for kids and adults, it features hills, turns and mini-dives.

Restrictions: Guests must be at least 38 inches. Guests 38-40.9 inches must be accompanied by a supervising companion. Hand-held infants are not permitted.

More to Explore at Sesame Street Land at SeaWorld Orlando

In addition to all-ages attractions, this new land also features the Sesame Street Party Parade — the first of its kind at SeaWorld Orlando! The whole family can dance to the beat as Elmo, Big Bird and friends accompany colorful floats and fun surprises. (SeaWorld offers reserved viewing for this parade at an additional cost, guaranteeing you a close look at the action.)

You’ll also find 11 interactive play elements throughout Sesame Street. For example, feel free to knock on Oscar’s Trash Can — but expect a grouchy response if you do! Character meet-and-greet and photo opportunities are available, too, including Storytime With Big Bird.

During your visit to Sesame Street, be sure to stop by Hooper’s Store, where you can stock up on plush characters, exclusive clothing and more while taking advantage of iconic photo spots. Our favorite collectible? Elmo’s Interactive Light-Up Bubble Wand, which can be used to uncover secrets throughout the new land!

Finally, Sesame Street’s Eats on the Street food trucks will satisfy any tummy-rumblings. Not only are many menu items are named after Sesame Street characters, but you’ll find plenty of healthy choices! Food trucks include ABC Eats, Sesame Sips and Yummy Yummy Nom Noms.

Make a Splash at SeaWorld Orlando

Family on Infinity Falls raft ride at SeaWorld Orlando
Infinity Falls at SeaWorld Orlando (© SeaWorld)

Sesame Street is SeaWorld Orlando’s latest addition, but it’s not the only reason you’ll want to experience this vibrant theme park. For example, SeaWorld’s newest thrill ride, Infinity Falls, sends you on a white-water raft adventure through the ruins of a lost civilization — and teaches the importance of water conservation.

Learn more: Infinity Falls at SeaWorld Orlando

Infinity Falls is one of many pulse-pounding rides at SeaWorld, which is also home to Mako, Manta, Kraken and others. Those aquatic names are no coincidence, either, as heart-warming and awe-inspiring animal encounters have long been part of the park’s appeal.

SeaWorld Orlando also offers a full range of annual events, including Seven Seas Food Festival, Electric Ocean, SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular and SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration. You can find SeaWorld events around the time of your visit with Visit Orlando’s events calendar.

While you’re in the Orlando area, keep SeaWorld’s other local parks in mind, too: Aquatica® Orlando and Discovery Cove®. A world-class water park, Aquatica offers excitement and relaxation in equal measures. It also features the brand-new Ray Rush raft adventure. You can enjoy even more tranquility at SeaWorld’s all-inclusive day resort, Discovery Cove, as well as the chance to frolic with a wide range of aquatic animals — up to and including swimming with dolphins!

Learn more: Ray Rush at Aquatica Orlando

Last but not least, if you’re visiting Florida’s west coast, SeaWorld has some entertainment options for you there, too: Busch Gardens Tampa Bay and Adventure Island water park. Add them all up, and it’s easy to spend a full week or more exploring everything SeaWorld offers in the Orlando area!

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