Mall of America®
An obvious goto for many visitors to MN. Hundreds of stores and many restaurants, both fast food and "sitdown." Also has Nickelodeon Universe which has many rides for all ages. Get a day pass for unlimited rides, or pay-by-the-ride.
you could spend all day here and not see the whole place, great time for the whole family.
The largest indoor shopping mall in the United States. There is an amusement park in the middle of the mall. Shops, stores, restaurants, entertainment, and aquarium - so many things to do at the Mall of America.
Mall of America is one of the top tourist destinations and largest mall in the country. With over 520 stores, Nickelodeon Universe theme Park, Movie Theater, and over 50 restaurants, there's something for everyone at MOA®. Table of Contents 1. Ride roller coasters, kiddie rides and other…
Shopping, restaurants, amusement park, movie theater, Lego statues, experiences.
There is something for everyone at the Mall of America. There is an amusement park and Underwater world for the kids, shopping for the adults and tons of restaurants and a Movie theater for the family to do together.
The name says it all. Many stores, restaurants, and even a theme park await!
“It’s a great place regardless of the season, be prepared for a cold day in the winter when the waterfall is frozen”
“Come and see a show! The Christmas Carol is a favorite, but there are plays all year long. There are restaurants inside the theater and plenty to see and do in the neighborhood before and after a show. I recommend touring the theater and checking out the "endless bridge" inside.”
“Walker Art Center presents contemporary visual arts and design exhibitions; dance, theater, and music performances, film screenings, and mini-golf.”
“-Several floors of "historic" science as well as "modern" science that are very "hands-on." -Also has the Omni theater to "sit back" and watch the movies in the dome. ”
“Home of the MN Vikings! Like the Target Center US Banks stadium will also hold concerts, if you go be sure to sit as close as you can, the quality in sound decreases as you go up. ”