East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA
September 3, 2020 – American Dream, the gigantic indoor entertainment complex in the Meadowlands Sports Complex, not far from Manhattan, will reopen on October 1st.
Retailers will open for the first time, while the DreamWorks Water Park, Nickelodeon Universe, Out of this World Blacklight Mini Golf, and The Rink will reopen after closing in March due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Big Snow American Dream, an indoor snow park, already reopened this week.
“To ensure the safety of our guests, reduced attendance levels and extensive health and safety protocols will be observed by all attractions and retailers at American Dream,” the mall owners, Triple Five Group, said in a press release.
Face coverings are required for entry into American Dream and there will be reduced capacities. There will be increased sanitizing and disinfecting throughout American Dream common areas and attractions. Hand sanitizer stations and hygiene reminders are installed throughout the complex, which will be 55% entertainment and 45% retail.
The attractions at American Dream will operate limited capacity so guests are encouraged to make online reservations.
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