Drive through the Sesame Street Parade of Lights at SeaWorld
Published - 01/30/21 - 07:30 AM | 4121 views | 0 0 comments | 40 40 recommendations | email to a friend | print

SeaWorld San Diego is giving fans a whole new way to enjoy the park with the first Sesame Street Parade of Lights drive-thru. Guests can experience the all-new drive-thru event on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays through Feb. 14.  With enhanced health and safety measures in place, the new drive-thru experience allows guests to drive under SeaWorld’s famous Skytower lights and through light tunnels while enjoying the only Sesame Street Parade of Lights on the West Coast. The experience features everyone’s favorite furry friends dancing along to a lively Sesame Street soundtrack.

After passing through the entrance, guests will begin their journey by meandering through a winter wonderland of lights lined with their Sesame Street friends physically distanced on parade floats while listening to Sesame Street music along the way. The excitement continues as guests venture under the illuminated Skytower and watch in awe as they drive through two different tunnels of lights before cruising through the Sesame Street Village.

Seasonal favorite snacks will be available to enjoy in the car with limited contact purchasing, including popular items such as SeaWorld’s signature hot chocolate and cotton candy. Guests can also purchase special event souvenir packages, including Sesame Street character plush, Sesame Street superhero character capes, and souvenir cups to add to this memorable experience. While face coverings are not required throughout the drive-thru experience, they are required at transaction points (admission, merchandise, and culinary) and when interacting with any SeaWorld ambassadors. Advance reservations are required for all visitors to manage capacity. 

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