WonderWorks bills itself as a museum “where science has gone crazy.” This attraction will amuse both children and ... More
WonderWorks bills itself as a museum “where science has gone crazy.” 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 (which simulates the power of 250,000 watts of electricity), a Mystery Lab and the Earthquake Experience simulation room. Visit for a quirky and educational experience.
I love when you first walk in through the moving tunnel thats the best part. i also really enjoyed the bubbles and lazer tag. We built our own roller coster and laid on a bed of nails, took a ton of photos. looked at the world upside down, as well as water drop upwards. survived a huricane and earthquake and even stared in a video game!
Maybe it's because we've traveled too much? Maybe because we were born, raised and continue to reside in one of the largest cities in the world and therefore are predisposed to really well run, interesting and day long attractions? Maybe it's because my boss, a Florida native, upon finding out we were going to Orlando hyped the place up to me so much? Whatever the reason, this attraction failed even to impress my son (who was a whopping 7 at the time). His comment at the end of our whopping 1.5 hour experience was "That was it?". I felt cheated and ripped off. The whole museum could fit into the 1st floor exhibit halls at the Houston Museum of Natural Science...twice. I get the whole fleece the tourist thing that many of these "attractions" like to perpertrate, but at least give me a real bang for my buck - entertain us all day (at least 4 or 5 hours) or wow us. This place did neither. The outside of the building is the most interesting part. We're going back to Orlando in May. Trust me, this will not be on our trip plan.
Last year we went to Wonderworks and enjoyed each exibit. We especially enjoyed the flight simulator. If you go make sure you are willing to try each exibit : )
P.S. Even my teen (16) enjoyed Wonderworks!!
I thought that Wonderworks was very entertaining for all ages. It's very educational as well as fun. A lot of interacting with the exhibits and learning as you go. Well worth the trip and even better if you first experience the Out Of Control Magic Show!
I went to the wonderworks in pigeon forge, but I assume it's the same as in Orlando. I loved it. THe price was a little steep but look for discounts at the visitors center. Some of the exhibits were out of order but they had so many things to do and see it was all worth it. I highly recommend this to see in Pigeon Forge.
The ratings on this attraction is awful yet it is still rated as popular with 4.5 stars???? I won't visit this attraction and waste my money thanks to good revier writers like the rest of you! Thanks for saving me a TON of money!
Many fun hands on activities from bubble room to walk on and play piano to string music without strings. Great section on
the space program: space suit you can take a childs picture in, Gemini capsule they can lie in and drive, simulated earth quake and tornado. Kids loved the bed of nails and making portrait of self with pins. They even enjoyed the good old distorted mirrors of a fun house. Lots of virtual things: swimming with sharks, dancing with stars, distorting your shadow. a floor you danced on and it changed colors and designs as your feet moved. Great sports stuff, too. Measure speed of your pitch, etc. Passed several hours on a 46degree morning quite happily.
The brain teaser starts @ the entrance. WW is very fun. It lets you use interactive devices that lets you explore things about yourself, hightens your senses, and entertains to the fullest. The only thing about WW is the price for the regular admission is expensive, yeah it's fun, but not that fun.
It's worth the money spent. Some interesting, some silly and some fun thing to do and experience. The first thing you are going to experience as you enter is going to blow your minds off... Find out what it is for yourself.
this place was great, it was open till midnight. perfect place to have a blast with friends. trust me you'll want to pay the extra $4 for lazer tag it was amsome. and the gift was the perfect gag shop!!!!!
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