The American Dream in New Jersey, known for its stunning attractions including a water park, shopping and an ice skating rink, is home to a 90-meter Ferris wheel that offers the best skyline of the financial capital of the world, New York.
< p>The Wheel has 27 climate-controlled cabins that can accommodate up to 16 people in each. A full circle takes about half an hour. The booths are all glass walls and offer views of the Meadowlands Sports Complex, the Hackensack River, the MetLife Stadium, the highway, and even Manhattan on the horizon.
The attraction is $27.20 for adults, $18.76 for children ages 3 to 9, excluding taxes. There is also a special price of $24.38 for seniors aged 65 and over, active duty military personnel, and residents of Hudson and Bergen counties. There are also two VIP cabins for up to six people each, priced at $55.33 plus tax per guest. While there is no age limit, children under 132 cm must ride with at least one adult.
Because this is the tallest Ferris wheel on the US East Coast, the view outside the window changes depending on the time of day or night . The Dream Wheel opens at 11:00 and closes at 21:00 on weekdays, at 22:00 on Saturdays and at 20:00 on Sundays.
“What you see at night with sparkling lights is different from what you see during the day when you can see more details,” — announced in a press release for the attraction's opening
Three million square feet mall just a short drive from New York City already has a water park, a Nickelodeon Universe, a SEA LIFE aquarium, a mini Angry Birds Not So golf club, skating rink and other entertainment. Restaurants — from gourmet carpaccio to fast food favorites like The Halal Guys and Hong Kong desserts Hui Lau Shan, shops include Toys R Us, H&M, Lululemon, Uniqlo, Primark, Zara, and luxury Hermès, Saint Laurent, Mulberry and Saks Fifth Avenue.
The largest Asian food hypermarket H Mart with an area of 3 250 sq.m. will soon appear in American Dream. and a karting center from the Skip Barber Karting Academy.
Dream Wheel joins other iconic “wheels” the world such as London Eye, Ain Dubai, La Grande Roue de Montreal, Maryland's Capital Wheel National Harbor and St. Louis wheel. True, this has never happened in the New York area.