WonderWorks bills itself as a museum "where science has gone crazy." While not as cerebral as some other area attractions, ... More
WonderWorks bills itself as a museum "where science has gone crazy." While not as cerebral as some other area attractions, such as the Orlando Science Center, this attraction will amuse both children and adults and they can pick up some quirky scientific information along the way. This bright upside-down establishment offers more than 100 hands-on exhibits, including the Bridge of Fire walk-through, simulating the power of 250,000 watts of electricity, a Mystery Labin which water flows up, against the force of that pesky gravity and the Earthquake Experience simulation room. Visit for a quirky and educational experience.
Wonderworks was awesome. You can never get enough of this place. Its just one of those places that you go to again and again. We visited with a large group of people and they were very accomidating to our needs. Thank You
The place for fun and had many unusual virtual reality games and exhibits but we were somewhat dissapointed it wasnt what we had expected. It is really multilevel arcade with unusual exhibits placed here and there. We made the best of the place and had fun but it wasnt a must see.
Our kids really enjoyed this place. It was a little cramped with games though. They need a bigger building. It had alot of things to do with very little waiting in line. Very entertaining and educational for the whole family.
We went last week for dinner. They serve you popcorn, salad, pizza, all you can eat. All the beer and soda you can drink. The show is funny, silly, campy. We loved it, had a great time!!! kids are 5-12-14, enjoyed by all
Great experience for the price and great dinner show
By A Yahoo! Contributor, 12/13/07
This place is a lot of fun. Great look outside and in the lobby is upside down too, perfect for great pictures. It have a loot of great exhibits. When you walk in the first thing is really crazy spinning tunnel, Huriacane hole, earthquake simulator, antigravity chamber were you see the water going up and you can touch it, bubble room, bead of nails (real nails and you lay down on it) biiiig pin wall, games that you appear inside them, velocity ball where you pitch famous players and tells you your speed, virtual air hoackey table, big simon game, TV trivias, swim with the sharks where you appear in the water with the sharks, a dark room where you can dance like crazy (it is really cool), big piano in the floor, leave your shadow in the wall for the first time in you life jaja really cool one, another one to dance or do what ever you whant becouse this one make different stuffs, how long can you have your hand in the water at the titanic water temperature, feel like you are in other place with the sound room (or what ever it is call) is a dark room where you feel like in the movie with the reallity of the sound, fly a jet in virtual reallity with all the movements that spinn you upside down and ride the virtual rollocoaster where you can create your tracks or rides and a lot more that I do not remember.
This place was really cool. I went there a few times and they replace the old buble room and looks great now brand new, pluss they have new games and stuffs and looks that they have an other new games that are inslalling becose I saw people working on something to hang up a heavy thing on the hallway, what it is? I have to check nex time I go. They have new carpet and the place do not smell strange like others say, looks like they add some stuffs on the walls gray metal frames with bolts and change the colors of the place as I remember it was different and it looks a lot better now. The change some of the games as I remember.
My grand mother, my mother, my syster and my kids love this place a lot and they are from 2 years to 81 years old and all of them love this place and we go there almost every time we go to florida.
The show is great and the arcade on the 3rd floor is great and the lazer game area too.
I personaly recommend it to all my friends and family and they all like it not even one bad response about it.
They lure you in by telling you that you can experience an "earthquake" or "tornado." You will be disgusted once you get inside. Trust me, Orlando locals know this is simply another place to rip off the tourists.
You are better off burning your cash with a lighter.
This is a great place to come after a dinner, but come early so you can avoid the crowd. Let the staff at the front know you would like a personal tour and they will be glad to tell a little more than you may get from regular tours. Nice retail store.
well after going to halloween horror the night before we stopped to wonderworks before heading home and it was great. For anyone who does not have any kids and would like to see how they'll look they have an exhibit that allows you and your partner to take pic and then they mix it. The stairs on the ceiling made great pictures for my photo album. I was also blown away by the hurrican affect ride and when it was time for me to lay on the bed of nails it was fun. If you toch one nail it hurts but if you lay down it doesnt, sound weird but true. Try it, it's great
I really was looking forward to Wonderworks, and it did not disappoint me. My husband and I spent literally hours touring through this place. It was pricey, but most things that are worth doing are going to be. It is great for kids also, but we didn't have our children on this trip, it was our anniversary. With or without the kids this place is Awesome!!
I was just disappointed with Wonderworks. It looks so cool on the outside, but the inside is full of outdated exhibits. Some of them didn't work right. It made me so proud of my Franklin Institute in Philadelphia though, that's a real interactive museum. This place was just kind of boring, and really annoying if you're not a very small child like me.
I think the only worth while thing was the lazer tag, and even that wasn't so great, because it claimed to be the biggest laser tag arena, but was very small on the inside.
The virtual roller coaster was kind of cool to create, but very sickening once you get inside. A real rollercoaster would make me feel less sick to my stomach than the virtual one.
This place wasn't worth the 20 dollars. Save your money, find a coupon for Ripley's Believe It Or Not Museum down the street and go there.
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