Sesame Street Play n' Carry sets were produced by Tara Toys in the 1980s. Each set came with accessories and one or more (simplified, pawn-like) Sesame Street figures. The playsets could be opened to reveal a diorama, or closed to function as a carry case for the figures and accessoires.

A series of four small sets with one figure each included:

A series of larger sets included:

  • A School House (with chairs, tables, a piano, a blackboard, an easel and figures of Bert, Ernie and Big Bird)
  • A Day Camp (with a merry-go-round, a slide, a cart and figures of Big Bird, Barkley and Alice Snuffleupagus).

Small Play n' Carry Sets

Large Play n' Carry Sets

International Release

The School House was released in The Netherlands, where the Big Bird figure was replaced with a blue variant that resembled Pino.

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