A few years ago Nintendo announced they were building a theme park for visitors to attend and enjoy in person. They had one in Japan and also announced one for the United States. They finally unveiled the opening date and it's a lot closer than most imagined.
The big day is February 17, 2023. Just a few months away.
This is for the Universal Studios in California. There is a Universal in Orlando, Florida and that should open sometime later, but will be at a later date. Not sure if next year or not.
Super Nintendo World is perfectly timed with the new movie coming out as both have a similar look. At Super Mario World you'll be able to walk through exhibits, dine at the Toadstool Cafe, shop for one-of-a-kind items at the gift shop and a lot more interactive experiences. Many are very excited to see this for themselves, myself included.
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