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Mall of America(R) is one of the top tourist destinations in the country! The Mall welcomes more than 40 million visitors a year from across the country and around the world to enjoy over 520 retail and specialty stores including Nordstrom and...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 9:30 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
60 E Broadway, Level 2, Bloomington, MN 55425-5510
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It’s great for Christmas shopping, but the amount of people is insane. I’m from Minnesota, so it’s nothing special to me, but if I were from somewhere else I would definitely recommend going and experiencing it at least once.
Date of experience: April 2018
The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, United Kingdom
It was good. The stores had a lot of things I have never seen other places. It was much smaller than I imagined though. For the "mall of America" one day was more than sufficient. I figured it would be much, much larger.
I don't like shopping malls but I love Mall of America! IT's brightly lit, easy to get around (in spite of it's size!) and has EVERYTHING! I love the digital maps they have everywhere. Good food and SO much to do besides shop!
Our 4 and 6 year old had a blast on the rides. The mini roller coaster, bus, swings, and paw patrol were really fun for them. We spent the entire day in the mall. A fun family tradition of ours over Xmas break.
I grew up in Bloomington, MN and followed the Mall of America (MOA) from its inception at the city council meetings to going there 7 times over my two week vacation this last December. Even if you are not a super-shopper, there is something for...More
Hard to believe that a shopping mall becomes a tourist site, but with the winter in Minneapolis St. Paul being what it is, a visionary developer built an incredible mall. It houses an amusement park in the center and just about every kind of store...More
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Check to see if the hotel you are staying at provides free shuttle from airport to hotel and from hotel to the Mall of America. Most of them do. Call hotel hotel before arrival to ask staff member for the number and... More
Check to see if the hotel you are staying at provides free shuttle from airport to hotel and from hotel to the Mall of America. Most of them do. Call hotel hotel before arrival to ask staff member for the number and procedure to follow once you have arrived at the airport. They will direct you to the shuttle depot. Once at the hotel you can ask at the front desk for the schedule for shuttle service to the Mall of America.
We're going to a family wedding in Minneapolis in late July 2012. We'll be driving from Kansas City. I'd like to plan a family vacation for us for the week after the wedding and would love suggestions about what we shouldn't miss in the region. We don't need to stay in Minneapolis except for the few days of the wedding so a fair drive from there isn't a problem. We aren't shoppers so Mall of America would not appeal. We'll be traveling with kids aged 13, 11 and 8. We've enjoyed trips...More
June 24, 2011|
I think you are a good candidate for the north shore if you like the outdoors and hiking. I also thought maybe a fishing charter on either Superior or Mille Lacs could be nice to give you a taste of our state pasttime. Drive up to Duluth is about 2.5 hours, closer to 2 for those of us with lead feet. One way to break up the trip is to (while heading north on I-35) break off at exit 191 and head over to Mille Lacs for a fishing charter to catch walleyes. Eddy's is the famous charter on...More
must see and do's for MN (9 Replies)
what would your list include? so far mine includes: the farmers market in St. Paul The Science Museum of MN Underwater World at Mall of America
February 02, 2009|
A mixed drink at Stand Up Frank's, North Minneapolis Food, adult drink, and louging (w/either board games or 1980s-era video games) at one of the three Chatterbox Pub locations A weekend of trout fishing, hiking, or just visiting in southeast Minnesota, centered approximately aroung Lanesboro A Minnesota Gophers' men's hockey game, preferably against Wisconsin, North Dakota, St. Cloud State, MSU-Mankato, or Minnesota-Duluth A drive through the Minnesota River Valley with a stop in...More
July 4 Weekend (6 Replies)
Me, my soulmate, and my soon-to-be 11-y/o daughter will be visiting the Twin Cities for 3 nights Friday through Monday. Saturday night is taken up with soccer... I better ask about fireworks displays in or near Blaine that night. We'd prefer to stay closer to downtown Minneapolis than to Blaine, but I don't want costs to skyrocket, so to speak. I'm open to suggestions. I'm trying to avoid Mall of America, no matter that my daughter may insist. Otherwise, where to go? I have a couple...More
February 19, 2009|
Minneapolis has a HUGE fireworks display by the Mississippi River for the 4th of July. It's right downtown and within walkin distance or quick cab ride from most of the hotels. I'd recommend bring bug spray, and a blanket, and get to the viewing area early. Try bidding on Priceline for 4 star downtown hotels and try $45/night. You probably won't get nights for that price, but it will "hint" at what might work. The two hotels that usually go on priceline are the Hyatt and Millenium, both on...More