With over 500 stores covering an area of almost 5 million square feet, Mall of America can be overwhelming to tackle. Besides the abundance of retail stores, there are many fun-filled attractions to enjoy. Where should you go first? If you only have a short time to visit, what are the things you must do? Here is our short list of best attractions in Mall of America.
1. The Escape Game Minneapolis
The Escape Game’s adventures are epic for everyone. Step into worlds you have only seen in movies as you work together with your team to solve puzzles and overcome challenges in order to complete your mission and successfully escape.
2. Flyover America
Take a flight across the country without ever leaving the mall! This totally immersive attraction uses special effects like wind, scents, mist, and moving seats to make you feel like you’re really flying over America’s most iconic landscapes.
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3. Sea Life
Sea Life Minnesota Aquarium has interactive exhibits for the whole family to enjoy. From feeding stingrays to snorkeling with fish, there are so many incredible options at this amazing attraction. You an even spend the night under the 300 foot Ocean Tunnel with sharks and turtles!
4. Crayola Experience
From naming and wrapping your own crayon to starring in your own coloring book page, the Crayola Experience is perfect for a day of family fun. This one-of-a-kind attraction has 25 hands-on activities where the family can explore how color, chemistry, and technology meet.
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5. Nickelodeon Universe
With 27 thrilling rides and covering seven acres, Nickelodeon Universe is the largest indoor theme park in the US. Come visit unique shops, meet your favorite Nickelodeon characters, and experience fun attractions for the whole family!
6. Amazing Mirror Maze
At 2,500 square feet, this attraction in Mall of America is one of the largest mirror mazes in the world. Get lost in the twists and turns in this life-size, fun filled maze where you will be enthralled and mystified by your own reflection.