2nd Sesame Street Place park opening in San Diego

MIKE SCHNEIDER Associated Press ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — There are plenty of sunny days to sweep the clouds away where SeaWorld is opening its next theme park. Officials with SeaWorld Entertainment and Sesame Workshop announced Monday that they are opening the country's second Sesame Place park in San Diego in spring 2021. The first Sesame Place theme park opened almost 40 years ago outside Philadelphia. The announcement continues a pivot by Orlando-based SeaWorld away from live animal shows. The new 17-acre (6.5-hectare) Sesame Place will be an adjacent park next to Sea World San Diego. The space is currently occupied by the water park, Aquatica San Diego, which will have its final season next year. Monday's announcement is part of an expanding partnership between SeaWorld and Sesame
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