3-Day American Dream Getaway

Day 1 You'll See:

Day 2 You'll See:

Day 3 You'll See:

This 3-day itinerary is a really fun option for groups wanting to experience one of the biggest, newest, and most entertaining malls in the country, the American Dream Mall, as well as a little taste of NYC! 


American Dream Mall - East Rutherford, New Jersey

This astonishing retail and entertainment complex is revolutionary, the first of its kind offering guests not only the opportunity to shop and eat, but also to play, stay, and vacay! Consider this mall a 'staycation' destination, not a shopping trip. It will officially be ranked as the second-largest mall in America, the third-largest in North America. American Dream includes over 450 shops, services, and amenities, as well as over 15 attractions that include North America’s largest fully-enclosed DreamWorks Water Park and Nickelodeon Universe Theme Park; Big SNOW Indoor Ski & Snow Park, SEA Life Aquarium, LEGOLAND Discovery Center, CMX Luxury Movie Theater, a 300' Observation Wheel, and much more. The mall will also feature over 15 full-service restaurants!

We suggest you spend your first day at the Nickelodeon Universe Theme Park, ending your day with dinner and shopping here at the mall.


American Dream Mall

Continue your second day at the American Dream Mall, and choose between the DreamWorks Water Park or Big SNOW Indoor Ski & Snow Park. End your day here with shopping and dining again.


Times Square

You can find everything you want, except perhaps peace and quiet, on the streets in and surrounding Times Square. This entertainment district runs the full gamut of amusements from live performances to Madame Tussaud’s wax museum, over a hundred restaurants, and countless shops. Take a tour of the area and possibly meet some Broadway actors after their performances, see the famed Coca-cola sign, Chevrolet clock, and explore the exhibits at the Discovery Times Square museum. See a show at The Orion or the Paramount Theatre, see where ABC’s Good Morning America is filmed at Times Square Studios, or check out the new exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art.

Top of the Rock

You haven't seen New York until you've seen it from the Top of the Rock, one of the cities, and perhaps countries, greatest observation decks. This Rockefeller Center observatory is styled in an ocean-liner fashion, providing some of the most epic photo ops in the entire city. You will be able to catch 'sweeping, unobstructed views of both Central Park and Manhattan Midtown' here, a truly unmissable NYC experience.

Central Park

Jog the paved pathways, picnic on the lawns, or take your dog through the park on a nice Spring day. If you enjoy nature, boat along the lake, sit and watch the flowing waterfall at the Loch, explore Shakespeare Garden, or sit and read on Cherry Hill or the Great Lawn. Explore iconic Central Park features like the Mall and Literary Walk or the dozens of sculptures and fountains that decorate the landscape. See beautiful renditions of Alice in Wonderland, Simon Bolivar, Ludwig van Beethoven, the hero dog Balto, Romeo and Juliet, and the gorgeous Bethesda Fountain to name a few.