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Nickelodeon Universe Theme Park Coming To American Dream Meadowlands

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Here is the park layout with rides.     More images can be found here: http://www.structure1.com/project/american-dream-mall/    

If they aren't allowing refunds, I'd dispute the charge with my credit card. What a horrible thing to do to customers.

I'm glad to see that there will finally be a full size indoor amusement park in the area. I never understood why it seems like indoor waterparks are being added everywhere but not many amusement parks

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On 10/29/2017 at 6:48 PM, The Master said:

I didn' t know that was a brand name. Thought it was sea life in the general sense. 

Its kind of Like SeaWorld (3 US amusement parks themed to animals) and Sea World (a park that's apart of Movie World Gold Coast, owned by village Roadshow)


1 hour ago, Medusa42 said:

Construction progress from the webcam.



What is the head room for the Takabisha clone?

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Wow, I wasn't expecting another thrill coaster in a Nickelodeon themed park. I thought there would be the Eurofighter and a bunch of tamer coasters. Looks interesting for a compact layout.

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On ‎11‎/‎14‎/‎2018 at 11:54 PM, Yoshi said:

The 3rd coaster revealed from the park is a Chance Family coaster.




I am curious if the Suspended Family Coaster is still part of the plan or if it was replaced by this.  It would be cool if they found a way to fit both in.


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I am so goddamn excited about the fact that I can get my coaster fix during the three months of GA not being open. I live like 35 mins away from GA, and around 30 from the future Nickelodeon. 

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I like the train art for TMNT Shellraiser. Now knowing Sandy's Blasting Bronco will go backwards, I'm wondering if I'll be able to deal with it once just to get the credit. I'm not too much of a fan of coasters that travel backwards, especially with inversions.

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On Oct. 25, American Dream's official debut, Nickelodeon Universe Theme Park and The Rink will be open.


DreamWorks Water Park is set to open on Nov. 27.


On Dec. 5, Big SNOW, the country's only indoor real-snow park, will open


By March 2020, the mall's 350 retail stores will be open for business, Triple Five said. 





Nickelodeon Universe Special Preview - timed ticketing, limited availability.



  • All Access - recommended for individuals 48”+ who are seeking the most thrilling experiences
  • General Access - recommended for individuals under 48”, and those who choose not to ride our most thrilling rides
  • Free Access - Children 2 years and younger


Monday - Thursday
All Access Ticket 10AM-3PM $49.99
All Access Ticket 4PM-9PM $49.99
General Access Ticket 10AM-3PM $39.99
General Access Ticket 4PM-9PM $39.99
Friday - Sunday
All Access Ticket 10AM-2PM $49.99
All Access Ticket 3PM-7PM $49.99
All Access Ticket 8PM-12AM $49.99
General Access Ticket 10AM-2PM $39.99
General Access Ticket 3PM-7PM $39.99
General Access Ticket 8PM-12AM $39.99
Terms & Conditions

Tickets are non-refundable. Tickets are valid for the specified date and time period of purchase only. Prices subject to change without notice. Tickets will be delivered via email upon online purchase. Ride rules vary, see signs at ride entrances. Height and weight restrictions vary per ride, see signs at ride entrances. A chaperone is defined as a person who is qualified to ride and who, in the opinion of the ride operator, is capable of controlling the actions of the unqualified rider


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I wonder if the timed tickets are just for the preview or will be the standard and if there will be annual passes or the option to pay per ride.


If this is how tickets will be sold all the time, $50 for 4 hours on the weekend seems like a lot although I guess it was to be expected with it right next to NYC.

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