Super Nintendo World finally opened its gates on March 18, 2021 in Japan. Here’s a virtual tour of what it has to offer.
While the park won’t come to the United States until 2025, these 23 images offer a virtual tour of the theme park.
As you exit the Warp Pipe entrance, you’ll briefly be in Peach’s Castle and can even see some painting straight out of Super Mario 64.
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Make sure to look behind you once you walk out!
Turn around, and you’ll see Mount Beanpole in the distance
Mount Beanpole is filled with various Mario Bros. characters, including the Goomba stacks from Super Mario 3D World and Odyssey and Yoshi.
It looks like a Mario stage brought to life.
The Yoshi’s Adventure ride is a treasure hunt around Mount Beanpole with Yoshi and Captain Toad.
Nintendo and Universal have packed a myriad of activities into Super Nintendo World.
As you explore the park, you’ll find various activities and minigames that you can interact with.
You use “Power-Up” bands to interact with all of these attractions and earn coins.
You can even try a little platforming of your own.
You might even run into Mario and Luigi!
You can go underground to experience more iconic imagery from the Super Mario Bros. series.
Don’t forget to use those Power-Up bands!
Like any good theme park, there are a lot of vendors and shops to visit.
There’s even a Toad-themed restaurant (Toad is called Kinopio in Japan).
The food looks delicious.
Once you’re done eating, you’ll want to head over to Bowser’s Castle for the theme park’s main ride.
Big Bowser is even cooler than Beeg Yoshi.
Yyou’ll find an exhilarating ride based on the long-running race gaming series.
It’s a full-fledged Mario Kart experience that you can only get at this theme park!
Super Nintendo World is Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge for video game fans.
That’s it for now, but these Donkey Kong-themed doors at the back of the park suggest that it could be expanded in the future!