Sesame Place has recently announced that they will be partnering with Variety - the Children's Charity - for the 30th year in conjunction with National Autism Month.
Sesame Place officials will be making special accommodations for Variety Day (April 22, from 11:00AM to 5:00PM) so that children with disabilities and their families will have the opportunity to experience an exclusive day at the park with designated quiet areas, low sensory shows and volume adjustments throughout the park as well as a resource fair, where families can learn and connect with others.
The overall goal of Variety Day is to ensure that every child has an unforgettable and enjoyable experience while also providing guests to have a better understanding about autism and for children with autism to see themselves reflected in a positive way.
In recent announcements, it came to light that a new Muppet character, Julia, was the first on the program to have autism. We're excited to announce that Julia will be making her debut at Variety Day and will be available for meet & greets and that guests will receive a free storybook about Julia called "We're Amazing, 1, 2, 3!".
For complimentary admission, Variety Club members should contact here, or (215)-735-0803. Parking will be $25.00 per vehicle and a portion of the proceeds will go to Variety - The Children's Charity.