Nickelodeon to Hold ’90s Dream Alive with New Jersey Theme Park in 2018

The Garden State is popular for Bon Jovi, the Turnpike, and soon a Nickelodeon theme park. The network will be constructing a massive attraction as portion of a 450-store mega mall dubbed “American Dream,” set to open in 2018. Minnesota’s Mall Of America at present hosts a Nickelodeon Universe indoor park. The eight.5-acre park in New Jersey will be the largest indoor theme park in the Western Hemisphere, according to a press release. “Nickelodeon Universe will function rides and attractions primarily based on Nickelodeon’s iconic properties which includes SpongeBob SquarePants, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and new hits like Blaze and the Monster Machines,” the press release also states.

Much more about the mall general:

American Dream is about three million square feet and will redefine the consumer knowledge in buying and leisure with a special mixture of retail, dining, entertainment and attractions – all in 1 place. Anchor tenants Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord &amp Taylor — along with over 450 retail, meals and specialty shops — are complimented by North America’s largest totally-enclosed indoor DreamWorks Water Park, Amusement Park and a 16-story Big Snow Indoor Ski &amp Snow Park a 1,500 seat reside Performing Arts Theater 285-foot tall Observation Wheel luxury film theatres by Cinemex 70,000 square foot Sea Life Aquarium &amp Lego Discovery Center NHL-size Ice Rink and an18-hole miniature golf course. The center also attributes The Collections – a 460,000 square foot luxury and fashion region and The Dining Terrace – a collection of fifteen complete-service restaurants showcased in one particular location.

Now you have two reasons to go to New Jersey, apart from the beach.


Beyoncé Shares Birthday With Fans By Releasing the Video for “Hold Up”

These days is Beyoncé’s 35th birthday, and Queen Bey is sharing the celebrations with her fans by releasing her bat-crashing video for “Hold Up” from her award-winning album Lemonade — no Tidal subscription necessary.