Explore: Mall of America
Mall of America® is more than a shopping mall.
It’s over 520 shops full of tax-free shopping and 50 restaurants full of delicious food. It’s Nickelodeon Universe®, SEA LIFE Minnesota Aquarium, American Girl®, LEGO® and more – all under one roof. Most of all, it’s an unforgettable experience.
Located in Bloomington, Minnesota, the Mall of America is only 15 minutes from downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Mall of America is full of some of the best family-friendly attractions in the region. Ride coasters and play games at Nickelodeon Universe®. See up to 10,000 different sea creatures up close at SEA LIFE® Minnesota Aquarium. Strap into the Barnacle Blast, the longest indoor zip line in North America, and soar high over the Nickelodeon Universe. Not to mention attractions like the LEGO® store, Moose Mountain Adventure Golf, American Girl® store and Theatres at Mall of America®.
There are two hotels within Mall of America, the Radisson Blu and JW Marriott. Both luxury hotels feature courtesy guest shopping pick-up anywhere in Mall of America, which allows you to continue shopping and enjoy a glass of wine with your dinner with your purchases safe in your room.
From the UK you can reach Mall of America on Delta’s nonstop daily service from Heathrow to Minneapolis/St Paul.
The Mall of America estimates it would take you 86 hours to visit every store in the mall—provided you didn’t spend more than 10 minutes in each!
To Learn More visit: www.mallofamerica.com
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