A Very Furry Christmas, a festive family-friendly celebration with everyone’s favorite furry friends. Going on now has the park transformed into a one-of-a-kind holiday winter wonderland where visitors can enjoy cheerful Christmas music, twinkling lights and spectacular seasonal entertainment.
This year, the park is enhancing their holiday festivities by adding a second trackless Furry Express train as well as adding new features to the Gingerbread Cookie Factory tour where guests can experience how Twiddlebugs bake their famous chocolate gingerbread cookies.
At A Very Furry Christmas, guests can enjoy the park’s mechanical rides, a larger-than-life Christmas tree and light show, a nightly parade set to festive music and one-of-a-kind fun-filled shopping in the park’s gift shops. There will be three Christmas shows, as well as an opportunity to share a holiday-themed meal with Elmo & friends and a visit with Santa Claus during special character dining experiences that are sure to please everyone in the family.
On Saturday, December 7th and Sunday, December 8th, guests can catch multiple performances of CHOO-CHOO SOUL as they entertain children with their soulful renditions of seasonal favorites.
And finally, to conclude the holiday season and ring in the year 2014, guests are invited to celebrate New Year’s Eve with Sesame Street characters on December 31st with an impressive fireworks show set to exciting and fun music.
General admission tickets for A Very Furry Christmas are on sale now for $24.99, which includes a free second day throughout the event. 2014 Season Pass Members can enjoy unlimited admittance to A Very Furry Christmas. For a complete operating schedule and list of events, please visit sesameplace.com.
Having just seen the Furry event myself for the first time I was BLOWN AWAY! If you have kids that love the holidays and Sesame Street – this is a MUST! They have these great backdrops setup in the park for you to just jump on and grab a picture and everyone is happy to take your camera and snap a picture of you while you snap a picture of them. And its not just about Christmas in the Elmo’s World show they deal with all the holidays which was very surprising and really nice for those interface couples.