Mall of America JoAnna

Location of Mall of America

Mall of America is located in Minnesota. Minnesota is located in the West North Central States of the U.S. It is bordered by the Canadian provinces of Manitoba and Ontario. The actual location of the mall is 60 E Broadway, Bloomington, MN 55425.

History on the Mall

Mall of America Logo

On June 14, 1989, the developers and local dignitaries broke ground. 78 acres of highly accessible prime real estate. This property is located only a mile and a half from the Minneapolis St Paul international airport at the intersection of major highways. On August 11, 1992 when Mall of America opened its doors it changed the face of Minnesota forever. The mall was 71 percent leased with 330 brand new stores open for business, including nationally recognized department stores. They are all put tigether under one roof for the first time.

Activities to Do

Nickelodeon Universe

1 thing that you can do when your with friends and family is going to Nickelodeon Universe. Nickelodeon Universe is fun for both kids and adults. Nickelodeon Universe is the #1 entertainment brand for kids. Families may also just walk around and walk through the stores. There are four different levels. There are over 330 name brand stores. Something else that is fun for kids is going through The Amazing Mirror Maze. The maze is 2,500 square feet, it is one of the largest mirror mazes in the world, with endless hallways, infinite reflections, and a new twist and turn waiting around every corner. Kids and adults love having fun, well, there is a store here call the Lego store. Everything there is built out of Lego. A nice way to end your trip is to go to Sea life. Sea life lets you feed see creatures and lets you hold a few. Sea Life is on the first level.

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Outside View

The mall now generates $2 billion each year in economic impact for the state and has put Minnesota on the map as a tourist destination.. Each year 40 million visitors go to the mall of america.Tourists from Canada, England, Sweden, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Latin America, France, Germany, and throughout the world come to the mall of america to take in sights and capitalize on no sales tax on clothing.

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