Initially released as one of two CD-I games by Philips Interactive Media, under the label "A Visit to Sesame Street," the game was subsequently re-released and modified for CD-ROM. It was re-released by Electronic Arts (1995), Creative Wonders (1997), The Learning Company (1998), and Encore Software (2002). The game was also included in the Sesame Street Learning Series: Toddlers Deluxe CD-ROM set.
The main menu of the game is a scrolling two-dimensional computer animation of Sesame Street hosted by Telly Monster. He follows the player as they choose what doors to go into for different games. Locations include Big Bird's nest, Snuffy's cave (which is depicted here as located behind the courtyard), and Ernie and Bert's apartment.
- "The Trash Game": The user must match items in the spilled trash with their first letters and place them in Oscar's trash bag.
- "What's My Rhyme?": Big Bird says an incomplete rhyme and asks the user to find the missing word, an object in his nest area, to finish it.
- "Snuffy Says": Snuffy says a word and the user must find an object in his cave that starts with the same sound.
- "Storybooks & Telephones": Listen to stories in books and answer the phone to talk to characters from Sesame Street.
- "Radios & Televisions": Each character location contains a radio and television set, which plays songs and video clips from the show. Many of these clips are not commercially available elsewhere.
Each room in the game is equipped with a radio on which three stations are tunable: WHAT, KTOY and KKID featuring Jerry Nelson as the deejay. Each station plays commercials announced by Marty Robinson and News Flashes by Kermit the Frog (Jim Henson). Songs included are:
- "ABC's of the Swamp"
- "Would You Like to Buy an O?"
- "X Marks the Spot!"
- "Sing Your Synonyms"
- "The Zizzy Zoomers"
- "The Word is No"
- "The Question Song"
- "Still, We Like Each Other"
- "J Friends"
- Maria, Big Bird and Luis sing "Rhyme Out"
- "M-M-M Monster Meal"
- Edgar Turtle sings a nonsense song "Hey Diddle Diddle"
- "C is for Cookie"
- "Be My D"
- Elmo talks about the letter E
- "Two G Sounds"
- "Letter B"
- "Thinking of U"
- "Rappin' Alphabet"
- "It's Springtime"
- "Cookie Monster sings a rhyming song, "If You Want to Make Rhyme"
- Maria, David, Luis and Forgetful Jones rap "Write it Down"
- Marty Robinson as Telly Monster and Mr. Snuffleupagus
- Jim Henson as Ernie and Kermit the Frog
- Frank Oz as Bert
- Jerry Nelson as Radio Deejay
- Carroll Spinney as Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch