Tickets to go on sale for Wonka-style Candytopia at the Mall of America

The 17,000-square-foot interactive, edible museum opens next month.
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Those of you with a sweet tooth can be the first to get your hands on tickets to a Wonka-style candy factory that is opening for a limited time at the Mall of America.

It'll be just the 4th Candytopia in America and it opens its doors to a 17,000-square-foot attraction on Level 2 West of the Bloomington megamall in March. 

Tickets go on sale to the general public next Tuesday at noon, with prices ranging from $28 for adults to $20 for kids ages 4-12. It's free for kids 3 and under.

You can sign up for early access to tickets here on the Candytopia website.

The space will be filled with edible interactive art installations that Candytopia promises will be "inspired by cultural Twin Cities moments and landmarks."

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There will be more than a dozen rooms to walk through, with guests able to sample sours and gummies, chocolates, "nostalgic favorites" and many more sweets during their visit.

It's described by its inventor, Jackie Sorkin, as a "multi-sensory, candy-coated experiential adventure."

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