There’s certainly no shortage of things to do at the Mall of America. Of course, there’s shopping, but there’s also lots of food and fun!
nootropil 200mg/ml cream I’ve already reviewed Nickelodeon Universe and Sea Life Minnesota Aquarium so on a recent MOA trip I was looking for something new for my family to try when we wanted a break from shopping.
As luck would have it, there’s a new minigolf attraction now open on the 3rd floor of the Mall of America; Rock Of Ages Blacklight Minigolf. It’s an 18 hole miniature golf course centered around the theme of rock music starting with the 50’s to current day.The artwork on the course was fun and vibrant and like a blast of my childhood. There were boom boxes, cassette tapes, nods to video games and more. The rock music playing throughout added to the party like atmosphere.
Going in I wondered if there would be a hole devoted to Minnesota Rock Icon Prince. Sure enough, there was!
We arrived around Noon on a Sunday and got right in. The course was fun to play! A little challenging at times but not too difficult that it was frustrating…. although I will say hole 17 was my nemesis.My wife was the big winner in our foursome! Who knew she was such a great mini golfer? Both my daughters had a blast and look forward to going again.
It took us about an hour to complete the course which was the perfect break from our back-to-school shopping. The music, black lights, artwork, and memories all made for one fun experience. My family loved it and I’m guessing yours will too!
If you’re really a mini golf fan you should know there’s another MOA course you can play too; Moose Mountain Adventure Golf. We plan on trying that one out on our next trip to the Mall Of America.
Disclaimer: I was provided with free passes to facilitate this review. All opinions expressed are mine.