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Bloomington welcomes visitors of all abilities.

Peruse this page to learn more about Bloomington’s commitment to accessible travel and making it easy to get to and around our destination.

If you have specific questions about accessibility, feel free to reach out the Bloomington CVB directly at 952-858-8500 or info@bloomingtonmn.org.

Mall of America and Nickelodeon Universe’s Certified Autism Designation
Bloomington’s top attraction, Mall of America, and its indoor theme park, Nickelodeon Universe, became a certified autism center in 2019. This means that 80% of Mall of America and Nickelodeon Universe’s guest-facing staff have completed an autism sensitivity and awareness training and are prepared to work with visitors and families with children who have autism. The International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES) also conducted an onsite review of MOA and Nickelodeon and helped to create sensory guides for each ride at the theme park.

Learn more about accessibility at Mall of America and Nickelodeon Universe.

Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport recently installed a Delta Air Lines cabin simulator designed to help people with disabilities get used to flying. The simulator is lined with rows of Boeing 737 seats and is part of the Metropolitan Airports Commission's Navigating MSP program, which allows travelers with special needs to do a practice run at the airport. Learn more here.