Our View of the Nickeloden Universe Indoor Amusement Park from Above..
The Mystery Ticket
I didn't realize (before the trip) that the Mall of America housed a "real" amusement park. (Yeah--I was clueless. Oblivious..and in trouble when I wasn't sure that we really wanted to buy day tickets for a couple of hours for the experience.) Then. An unbelievable thing happened. A lady, pushing a stroller, with a toddler in tow, handed my husband a "mystery ticket". She had won it. They were leaving. We could have it...for whatever it was worth.
What was it worth?Could be one ride...could be a "day's worth" of rides... Ours turned out to hold 65 tickets--and the girls could share them. This ticket filled up our 3 hours with rides--AND--we were able to hand off the ticket (with 12 or so tickets remaining) to another family as we left.
I would love to thank this lady again!
Bumper Cars were a Hit...Literally and Figuratively
Our middle daughter preferred mild rides like tea cups, swings, and log rides...
While our youngest was ready for the roller coasters...front row!
SpongeBob SquarePants Rock Bottom Plunge Video
She was going to ride this--with or without anyone else. Since the husband and the middle daughter had zero intention of stepping up to the task; it was left to me. And we both liked it. A lot.
Have you visited the Nickelodeon Universe at the Mall of America?
Did you have a favorite ride?
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