Can you tell me how to get to the DOORS of Sesame Street?

“Life’s like a movie, write your own ending. Keep believing, keep pretending.” – Jim Henson

50 Years and Counting

Hands up if you and your children and your children’s children have been raised on Sesame Street.

The series premiered on November 10, 1969 and has now reached its 50th season. Since 2006 Sesame Street has become the most viewed children’s television show, broadcasting in over 120 countries.

Elevator door with a character from Sesame street.

Sunny Day
Sweepin’ the clouds away
On my way to where the air is sweet
Can you tell me how to get?
How to get to Sesame Street

Sesame Street theme song

Colourful doors painted for this event.

When Sesame Street first started, people were sceptical about its teaching method. Fast forward 50 years on, Sesame Street has tackled topics such as loss, racism, HIV positive issues, autism, etc explaining things in a lighter with easier language for its younger audience.

Come and play
Everything’s A-OK
Friendly neighbors there
That’s where we meet
Can you tell me how to get
How to get to Sesame Street

Sesame Street theme song

“Who are the people in your neighbourhood?”

The muppets of Jim Henson – Cookie Monster, Ernie, Bert, Kermit the Frog, the Count, Elmo, Big Bird, Mr Snuffleupagus, Oscar the Grouch and human characters Bob, Maria, Gordon and Gina are names that are way very familiar to us all.

It’s a magic carpet ride
Every door will open wide
To happy people like you
Happy people like
What a beautiful
Sunny Day 

Sesame Street theme song

Source: Musixmatch

So,if you’re asking: “Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street“. Then it is behind the Shot Tower of Melbourne Central until the 27th of January 2020.

More doors on the way to the exit.

11 Comments Add yours

  1. Great shots and surprisingly wonderful hidden doors. This was so much fun for me, to remember and sing along in my head as I looked at your pics. ❤

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    1. TCast says:

      Thanks for the comment, Crystal. That’s why I put in the lyrics of the theme song, it’s a happy song 😂😃😀😄🤣

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  2. Lara/Trace says:

    What a fun post – thank you!

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  3. I wasn’t raised on Sesame Street (too old 🙂 and neither were our children. I love the characters, but Sesame Street seems to me to be the show that started the everything-short-and-loud phenomenon, which I think has contributed to short attention span. 🙂 Love the shots, though!

    janet

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  4. You must have had such a great time there. The photos are fabulous, so colourful My children watched it in black and white until the mid ’80’s when our old TV set stopped working and we bought a new colour TV. Thanks for the trip down memory lane. 🙂

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    1. TCast says:

      My pleasure. Thanks for your nice story about your TV haha

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  5. Norm 2.0 says:

    This visit must have been so much fun! Lots of great memories for me too.
    Thanks for taking me back to simpler times 🙂

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    1. TCast says:

      I know right! I was like a kid viewing it.

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  6. Tara says:

    What a delightful post! Thanks for taking me along. So colorful and fun and full of memories!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. TCast says:

      Yes, I was thinking that too while taking the photos… so full of memories!

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