Halloween festivities have started at the Mall of America, with the Nickelodeon Universe theme park transforming into Nickelodeon Boo-niverse. The spooky events will run throughout October.
Mall of America (MoA) is putting on a nightly light show called ‘Fright Lights Halloween Spectacular’, which features strobe lights, fog effects and dancers.
Also taking place at Nickelodeon Universe throughout October is a special Double Dare Challenge: Double Scare Edition.
Guests will answer trivia, tackle physical challenges, and navigate the Spooktacular Double Dare obstacle course.
Meanwhile, the Log Chute at Nickelodeon is being transformed into a Haunted Fog Chute for Halloween, complete with cobwebs, bats and ghouls.
Other events include Slime Making with Mad Science, an Amateur Pumpkin Carving Contest with a cash prize, and Professional Pumpkin Carvers – all at Nickelodeon Universe and Rotunda.
There will also be a Treat Trail at Nickelodeon Universe, as well as trick-or-treating around the Mall of America on October 31.
Halloween events include pumpkin carving contests
Check out the full list of events and dates below:
- Fright Lights Halloween Spectacular – Nightly through October 31, Friday and Saturdays at 8pm and 9.30pm, Sundays at 7.30pm, Monday to Thursday at 9.30pm at South Entrance of Nickelodeon Universe.
- Double Dare Challenge: Double Scare Edition – October 11 to 27, Fridays and Saturdays at 4pm and 7pm, Sundays at 1pm and 4pm at West Market Square.
- Haunted Fog Chute – Friday and Saturday nights until October 31 at the east side of Nickelodeon Universe.
- Slime Making with Mad Science – October 12 and 13, 2pm – 4pm at Blue Spot in Nickelodeon Universe.
- Amateur Pumpkin Carving Contest – October 19, 1pm – 3pm at Rotunda.
- Professional Pumpkin Carvers – October 26 and 27, 11am – 6pm at Blue Spot in Nickelodeon Universe.
- Treat Trail – October 25 and 26, 6pm – 8pm at Blue Spot in Nickelodeon Universe.
- Trick-or-Treating around Mall of America – October 31, 5pm – 8pm.
Trick-or-treating, slime making and haunted rides
Meanwhile, the South Loop Waterpark at the Mall of America is moving forward. The attraction would be one of the largest indoor water parks in North America, costing $250 million.
Images: Mall of America