More attractions to open at American Dream Mall
The American Dream Mall, which opened in spurts due to the pandemic, has announced two major openings for May: the Sea Life Aquarium and the Legoland Discovery Center are slated to open on May 4.
The aquarium invites visitors to “escape into a breathtaking underwater tunnel, come face to face with sharks and rays, touch a sticky anemone and explore more than 10 aquatic exhibits inspired by the most famous landmarks. memorials of New York. ” One of the main attractions is the large number of fish; more than 1000 creatures will be exhibited.
The Legoland Discovery Center is open to families with children aged 3 to 10 and offers a “world of color, creativity and fun”; it will present monuments of New York and New Jersey in Legos. There will also be a Lego train ride, classes, a playground and a 4D cinema.
The American Dream was supposed to open in the spring of last year, but COVID has prevented that from happening. Since then, many attractions have opened, including the Nickelodeon Universe Theme Park, Dream Works Water Park, Indoor Ski Park, and Ice Rink. More than 100 planned stores are also open. The mall follows CDC protocols for customers.
General admission tickets to the aquarium cost $ 21.99 for children and $ 26.99 for adults. Legoland costs $ 26.99 for children or adults. A combined ticket for the two sites can be purchased for $ 35.99 for children and $ 40.99 for adults. Annual memberships and other memberships are also available.
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