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Mall of America
60 East Broadway
Boomington, MN 55425
952-883-8800
M-F 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Sat: 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Holiday Hours: Call

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770 Inc.
925 Sterling
A Pea In The Pod
A Simpler Time
A&W Hot Dogs And More
AARP
Abercrombie
Abercrombie & Fitch
Action Master
Aerie
Aeropostale
Aerosoles
Air Traffic
Alamo Flags
Aldo
Aldo Accessories
All About Time
Alpaca Connection
Al's Farm Toys
American Apparel
American Eagle (North)
American Eagle (South)
American Girl
American Girl (Apparel)
American Girl (Gifts)
American Girl (Toys)
Ann Taylor
Ann Taylor Loft
Apple Store
Aquamassage
Arby's
Archiver's
Arden B
Arm Candy
As Seen On Tv
Asian Chao
At & T (E220)
At & T (E302)
Auntie Anne's (East)
Auntie Anne's (North)
Aveda Experience Center
B Sweet
Baby Gap
Baja Tortilla Grill
Banana Republic
Bare Escentuals (East)
Bare Escentuals (North)
Barnes & Noble
Barnes & Noble Cafe
Barnes & Noble Music
Bath & Body Works (North)
Bath & Body Works (South)
Beadniks
Beadniks (Gifts)
Beauty By Fabrizio
Bebe
Bebe Sport
Belts And Buckles
Ben Bridge Jeweler
Benetton
Best Buy
Best Buy Mobile
Bico Australia
Bloomingdale's
Bloomingdale's Fine Jewelry
Bose
Bostonian
Bow Wow Meow
Brighton Collectibles
Brookstone
Brow Art
Bubba Gump Shrimp Co
Buckle
Build-A-Bear
Build-A-Bear Workshop
Burberry
Burger King
Butterflies, Jewels &
C.J. Banks
Cache
Candy Candy!
Cantina #1
Caribou Coffee (N194)
Caribou Coffee (N232)
Caribou Coffee (Nickelodeoncaribou Coffee)
Carter's
Champs Just Hats
Champs Sports (East)
Champs Sports (West)
Chapel Of Love
Charlie's Grilled Subs
Charlotte Russe
Chic Boutique
Chico's
Chipotle
Christopher & Banks
Cinnabon
City Shirts
Claire's Boutique (East)
Claire's Boutique (North)
Claire's Club
Clarks
Club Monaco
Coach
Coach (Shoes)
Coffee And Tea Ltd
Cold Stone Creamery
Coldwater Creek
Color Revolution
Columbia Sportswear
Coming Soon
Corda-Roy's Originals
Coupon Book
Crabtree & Evelyn
Crave
Crewcuts By J.Crew
Crocs
Custom College Shop
Dairy Queen & Orange Julius
Dairy Queen (East)
Dairy Queen (North)
Daniel's Leather
Deb
Deck The Walls
Delia*S
Disney Store
Do It Yourself Spa
Dollar Tree
Dsw Shoe Warehouse
Easy Reader Optical
Easy Spirit
Ecko Unltd
Eco Beauty
Eddie Bauer
Elante
Engrave Ur Memory
European Gifts
Everything But Water
Express
F.Y.E.
Famous Dave's
Famous Footwear
Field Of Dreams
Fight Gear
Flight Plan
Flips
Foot Locker
Foot Locker (North)
Foot Locker (South)
Foot Traffic
Footaction
Footaction Usa
For Love 21
Forever 21
Fossil
Fossil (Jeans)
Franklin Covey
Frederick's Of Hollywood
Freshens Yogurt (North)
Freshens Yogurt (South)
Friends 2b Made (Gifts)
Friends 2b Made (Toys)
Frullati Cafe
Games By James
Gamestop (East)
Gamestop (North)
Gap
Gap Body
Gap Maternity
Gapkids
Garage
General Nutrition Center
Geox
Gift Card
Gilly Hicks Sydney
Gizmo Bies
Glamour Shots
Glamour Shots For Kids
Glitz!
Global Cellular
Gloria Jean's Gourmet Coffee
Godiva Chocolatier (East)
Godiva Chocolatier (West)
Goldy's Locker Room
Goodman Jewelers
Gordon's Jewelers
Great Steak & Potato Co
Green Tea Company
Guess
Guest Services (East)
Guest Services (North)
Guest Services (South)
Guest Services (West)
Gymboree
H&M
Haagen Dazs
Hanna Andersson
Happy Feet
Harley-Davidson
Harry And David
Hat World
Hawaii Crabs
Healthy Express
Heather's Perfume
Helzberg Diamonds
Heritage 1981
Hi-Score Video Games
Holiday Stationstores
Hollister
Hollywood Hair
Hooters
Hot Topic
Icing By Claire's
Impulse
Invisibleshield By Zagg
It's A Puzzle
J.Crew
J.Jill
Janie And Jack
Jessica Mcclintock
Johnny Rockets
Johnston & Murphy
Journeys
Journeys Kidz
Just Dogs Gourmet
Justice (North)
Justice (South)
Kay Jewelers
Kempls Ice Cream Cafe
Kids Foot Locker
Kids Foot Locker (Shoes)
Kim's Hallmark
Kiwi Beach
Kiwi Beach
Kokomo's Island Cafe
La Nails
Lacoste
Lady Foot Locker
Lady Foot Locker (Shoes)
Lane Bryant
Le Gourmet Chef
Lee's Gallery
Lego (Toys)
Lenscrafters
Levi's
Lids
Lids (East)
Lids (West)
Lindt Chocolate
Listenhear
Little Tokyo
Local Charm
Local Charm Studio
L'occitane
Long John Silver
Lost Lake Gifts
Love From Minnesota
Lovesac
Lucky Brand Jeans
Lush
Mac Cosmetics
Macy's
Macy's Fine Jewelry
Magic Pan Crepe Stand
Magnet Max
Maki Of Japan
Mall Of America Gift Store (East)
Mall Of America Gift Store (North)
Mall Of America Gift Store (South)
Marshalls
Marshalls (Kids)
Martin + Osa
Martin + Osa (Shoes)
Mastercuts
Maurices
Mcdonald's
Men's Wearhouse & Tux
Metro Learning Alliance
Metropark
Mia & Maxx Hair Studio
Mineral Make-Up
Minnesota Bound
Minnesota Wild Hockey Lodge
Minnesot-Ah
Model Cars
Money Xchange
Motherhood Maternity
My Pillow Pets
Mystic Lake Casino Hotel
Nail Trix
Napa Valley Grille
Natural Beauty
Naturalizer
Nestle Toll House Cafe (East)
Nestle Toll House Cafe (West)
New Stores
New York & Co
Nikestore
Nikestore (Apparel)
Nikestore (Shoes)
Nine West
Noodles And Company
Nordstrom
Nordstrom Cafe
Nordstrom Espresso Bar
Nordstrom Fine Jewelry
Nordstrom Rack
Nordstrom Rack (Kids)
Oakley (N107)
Oakley (N260)
Old Navy
Old Navy (Kids)
Old Navy Maternity
Old Time Photography
Old Vine Wine And Spirits
Opa! Souvlaki
Orange Julius
Oriental Treasures
Origins
Osterman Jewelers
Oxynate
Pacsun
Panda Express (North)
Panda Express (South)
Pandora Jewelry
Papyrus
Paradise Pen Co
Paradise Pen Co (Gifts)
Payless Shoes
Pearle Vision
Perfumania
Personalization Station
Pictures In Motion
Piercing Pagoda
Pretzel Time
Pro Image
Puma
Puma (Apparel)
Pure Beauty (East)
Pure Beauty (West)
Quiksilver
Qvc At The Mall
Qwest
R Burger Bar
Radio Shack
Ragstock (North)
Ragstock (South)
Rainbow
Rainbow Brights
Rainforest Cafe
Ralph Marlin Ties
Razz
Rcc Western Store
Regis Salon
Reign
Relax-A-Daisical
Relaxing Massage
Rich Girl
Ritz Camera
River Care
Rockport
Rocky Mountain Chocolate
Rodney Lough Jr
Rogers & Hollands
Rosetta Stone
Ruby Thai Kitchen
Ruby Tuesday
Ruehl
Rybicki Cheese
Sacks In The Cities
Salad Fusion
Sanrio
Sbarro
Sears
Sears Optical
Seasonal Living
Select Comfort (East)
Select Comfort (West)
Sephora
Shady Eyewear
Shangri La Nook
Sharky's Cove
Shi By Journeys
Shop & Dine
Silver Time
Skechers
Sleepless In Mn
Smoke Free Usa
Smooth Legs
Soho Fashions
Sole Mio Sunglasses
Sox Appeal
Spencer's
Spring
Sprint
Starbucks Coffee (East)
Starbucks Coffee (West)
Steve Madden
Stitch It (East)
Stitch It (West)
Store Directory
Stores By Category
Street Corner News (East)
Street Corner News (North)
Style And Dial
Subway
Sundog Trading Company
Sundog Trading Company (Cart)
Sunglass Hut
Swarovski
Swatch
T Mobile
T Mobile (North)
Taco Bell
Tall Girl
Tea Garden
Team Choice
Teavana
Temptations Of The Dead Sea
The Afternoon
The Body Shop
The Children's Place
The Finish Line (Apparel)
The Finish Line (Shoes)
The Gold Guys
The Limited
The Mobile Solution
The Vaase
The Walking Company
Things Remembered
Tiger Sushi
Tommy Bahama's
Tony Roma's
Torrid
Trends
Tropicana Smoothies, Juice
True Religion
Tucci Benucch
Tumi
Twin City Grill
Ultra Diamonds
Underground Station
Urban Outfitters
Vans (Apparel)
Vans (Shoes)
Verizon Wireless (East)
Verizon Wireless (West)
Victoria's Secret (North)
Victoria's Secret (South)
Vikings Locker Room
Villa Pizza (East)
Villa Pizza (North)
Wallet World
Watch Station
Wet Seal
White House Black Market
Wikki Hut
Williams Sonoma
Wolfgang Puck Express
Wow Smile
Yankee Candle
Yankee Candle Co
Zales Jewelers
Zumiez

From Wikipedia:

"Mall of America (also MOA, MoA or the Megamall) is a super-regional shopping mall located in the Twin Cities suburb of Bloomington, Minnesota. The mall is located southeast of the junction of Interstate 494 and Minnesota State Highway 77, north of the Minnesota River and is across the interstate from the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. In the United States, it is the second largest enclosed mall in terms of retail space but is largest in terms of total enclosed floor area. Opened in 1992, the mall received 40 million visitors in 2006. Triple Five Group, owned by Canada's Ghermezian family, fully owns and manages the property.

Mall of America has a gross area of 4.2 million sq ft. (390,000 m²), with 2.5 million sq ft. (230,000 m²) available as retail space. The mall is a nearly symmetrical building, with a roughly rectangular floor plan. Over 520 stores are arranged along three levels of pedestrian walkways on the sides of the rectangle, with a fourth level on one side. An addition planned north of the mall will allow for up to 900 stores. Four "anchor" department stores are located at the corners. The Mall is organized into four different zones, each with its own decorative style.

Despite Minnesota's sub-zero temperatures in the winter, only the mall's entrances are heated. Heat is allowed in through skylights above Nickelodeon Universe. Heat is produced by lighting fixtures, other electric devices and also by employees and guests of the mall in sufficient amounts to keep it comfortable. In fact, even during the winter, air conditioning systems need to be run nonstop during peak hours to ensure a comfortable shopping environment.

Although the common areas are unheated, the individual stores do have heating systems.

Two nearly identical seven story parking ramps on east and west sides provide 12,550 parking spaces. Parking lots on the north and south of the building, along with nearby overflow parking, bring the total number of spaces up to approximately 20,000.

The concept was designed and built by Triple Five Group, owned by the Ghermezian brothers of Canada, who also own the biggest shopping mall in North America, the West Edmonton Mall. Mall of America is located on the former site of Metropolitan Stadium, where the Minnesota Vikings and Minnesota Twins played until the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome opened. The teams left Met Stadium in 1982. A plaque in the amusement park commemorates the former location of home plate. One seat from Met Stadium was placed in Mall of America at the exact location (including elevation) it occupied in the stadium, to commemorate a 520 foot home run hit by hall-of-famer Harmon Killebrew on June 3, 1967.

In 1986, The Bloomington Port Authority signed an agreement with the Ghermezian Organization. Groundbreaking for the mall took place on June 14, 1989. Organizations involved include Melvin Simon and Associates, Teachers Insurance and Annuity (a.k.a. TIAA), the Triple Five Group, and the office of architect Jon Jerde.

The mall opened its doors to the public August 11, 1992. Even before opening, Mall of America had earned several nicknames, including "The Megamall" (or "The Megamess" during construction), "Sprawl of America", "Hugedale" (in reference to the four major "Dale" shopping malls within the Twin Cities, Rosedale, Southdale, Ridgedale and Brookdale) and, simply, "The Mall".

It became the second largest shopping mall in total area and largest in total store vendors in the United States when it opened, however, the mall has never been the largest in the world (at the time it opened, it was #2 globally to the West Edmonton Mall). Mall of America is the most visited shopping mall in the world with more than 40 million visitors annually (or roughly eight times the population of the state of Minnesota). The mall employs over 12,000 workers.

From September 4, 1995, The Mall became a venue for live television for the first time. Time-Warner owned professional wrestling company World Championship Wrestling set up in the building for the Inaugural edition of WCW Monday Nitro. This debut broadcast on Turner Network Television, along with later editions broadcast from the Mall, would go on to compete with The World Wrestling Federation.

During its run as an all encompassing entertainment and retail venue, certain aspects-most notably bars-have come under scrutiny. A Mardi Gras themed bar, Fat Tuesdays, shut its doors in early 2000 due to indecent exposure and alcohol related offenses, for ignoring warnings from the mall and Bloomington police to not repeat incidents caught on tape the year before. Following that verdict were other problems, such as foot traffic within the Mall after the bars (all located on the fourth floor) had closed for the evening. The Mall storefronts were closed, however. The Hooters restaurant, the Cantina #1 restaurant and the Theatres at Mall of America movie theater are the only establishments remaining on the fourth floor.

In 2003, after a protracted six year legal battle between Simon Property Group, the managing general partner of the property, and the Ghermezian brothers/Triple Five Group, over majority ownership of the site, a federal appeals judge ruled in favor of the Ghermezians, effectively transferring control and planning authority of the mall back to its original conceptualizer. The dispute stemmed from a 1999 purchase of Teacher's Insurance 27.5% equity stake by Simon Properties, giving them majority ownership. The Ghermezians claimed they were never told of the deal and sued Simon, citing fiduciary responsibility.

On November 3, 2006, the Ghermezians gained full control of Mall of America, spending US$1 billion to do so. The ruling cleared the way for Triple Five to begin work on what is being called "Phase II".

There have been occasional suicides at the Mall. A recent one occurred on January 6, 2008 when a man jumped to his death off of the east side parking ramp

Phase II is the planned expansion for MOA, developing a large, empty parcel of land north of the mall which was the former home of the Met Center indoor arena and integrating an IKEA store built on a portion of the property in 2004. Phase II, in current form, includes a dinner theatre, ice rink, three hotels, and a waterpark; similar in design to the West Edmonton Mall. The expansion will not make MOA exceed the size of the WEM (itself going under expansion). The plan has been impeded by a lack of public financing.

MOA currently estimates costs of $1.9 billion for the expansion, doubling the mall's size with a 5.2 million-square-feet extension. The mall's developers have asked for $234 million in state and local subsidies, but the request was vetoed as part of a larger bill by Gov. Tim Pawlenty on its first appearance in the 2006-07 session. Questions have arisen among Bloomington city officials as to the fiscal ability of the Ghermezians to finish Phase II.

In the meantime, MOA has signed contracts to bring in Great Wolf Resorts as the waterpark operator, as well as Bass Pro Shops and a Kimpton Hotel. The expansion section will connect to the mall on all four levels, and the IKEA via a second level bridge. There will be a NHL-sized ice rink for public & private skating. There will also be an additional parking ramp, adding 8,000 parking spaces.

There will also be fine art exhibits planned in the expansion, and two upscale department stores. Another plan that was in the works would have been fashions, architecture, and restaurants based after Europe.

On May 18, 2008, the Minnesota State Legislature passed a bill granting the city of Bloomington the right to raise property and sales taxes to pay for the MOA expansion.

Nickelodeon Universe is an indoor theme park in the center of the mall, formerly known as Knotts Camp Snoopy, Camp Snoopy, and The Park at MOA. The park features roller coasters, among numerous other rides and attractions, and is the largest indoor theme park in the United States. Unlike many indoor amusement parks, Nickelodeon Universe has a great deal of natural foliage in and about the park, and its floor has a wide variance in height - the highest ground level in the park is 15 feet above the lowest. This allows for a far more naturalistic experience than would normally occur in an indoor amusement park.

The park features two new roller coasters; SpongeBob SquarePants Rock Bottom Plunge and Avatar Airbender

It also has a golfing section called Moose Mountain. With 18 holes, designed to create a challenge for players hoping to seek a hole in one.

Guests travel through a 300 foot long curved tunnel through 14 feet of water to view over 4,500 sea creatures including sharks, turtles, stingrays, and many more. Underwater Adventures offers special events such as sleepovers, scuba diving, snorkeling, and birthday parties. Children ages 2 and younger receive free admission, while admission for ages 3-12 are $12.49, and Adult admission for ages 13 & older are $18.99

Notable attractions

* A.C.E.S. flight simulations
* 14-screen movie theater (formerly operated by General Cinema and AMC Theaters, now operated by MOA itself as the "Theatres at Mall of America")
* LEGO Imagination Center
* Nickelodeon Universe (formerly Camp Snoopy)
* Underwater Adventures Aquarium

Nostalgic artifacts or memorials:

* The exact seat to which Harmon Killebrew hit his longest home run at Metropolitan Stadium
* The home plate plaque in Nickelodeon Universe denoting the exact spot of home plate at Metropolitan Stadium
* United Airlines Flight 93 memorial, for those who died aboard during the September 11, 2001 attacks -- the bust of Tom Burnett is on the west side of the first floor, next to the fountain in front of Nordstrom.

Twin Cities public events:

* Race for the Cure, held at Mall of America on Mother's Day

Mall of America Measurements

* Bloomingdale's (210,000 sq. ft. / 19,506.6 m²)
* Nickelodeon Universe (292,000 sq. ft. / 27,127.7 m²)
* Macy's (280,000 sq. ft. / 26,012.9 m²)
* Nordstrom (220,000 sq. ft. / 20,438.7 m²)
* Sears (177,904 sq. ft. / 16,527.8 m²)
* Underwater Adventures Aquarium (43,886 sq. ft. / 4,077.1 m²)

The mall is used as a major transportation hub in the region, with bus and light rail service linking the mall to other destinations. Regular public transit service is provided by Metro Transit and other area bus lines, and nearby Mystic Lake Casino offers free shuttles to their establishment. The primary bus/rail station for scheduled local service is in the lower level of the eastern parking ramp. There, the Hiawatha Line light rail line connects the mall to the Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport and from there to downtown Minneapolis (another major shopping destination in the region, particularly during weekdays). The mall is being discouraged as a park and ride facility, and overnight parking is banned to prevent passengers taking the train to the airport. Commuters are encouraged to use the nearby 28th Avenue Station's parking lot.

It has been deliberately made difficult for drivers to park at the mall and then ride the train, so many passengers drive to the nearby 28th Avenue station, which has a 600-space Park and Ride lot, however, a Cedar Grove station will be built in the coming months on the Cedar Avenue Bus Rapid Line."