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.
I loved this place, the kids loved the different things to do. From the time you enter you are over taken with so much to do, see and involved yourself with you just don't want to leave! I thought it was the most intresting and the most interactive place I have ever been in. If you get to Orlando you must visit Wonder Works! you won't regret it no matter what your age!
Seeing this is #10 makes me mistrust Yahoos attraction reviews.
The exterior and lobby look cool, but after you pay the outragious entry fee, you will be wanting your money back.
All the items inside are lame and (or) not working. I have more fun going to the dentist.
Save your money, check out the exterior then spend your money anywhere else!
If you like spending at least 20 a head for a day inhaling the smells of the 30 year old skating rink, then this is the place for you.
If you like waiting in lines to play with things that every science center, in every state that I have lived in has. This is the place for you.
If you like waiting in ungodly lines for the only cool ride that they have (when it is working) (even when it is working & only works half way)this is the place for you.
If you like paying for Disney and getting McDonalds playground. This is for you..
Either way.. Its your choice.. (Just be smart and do not be fooled by the exterior or by the area when you first walk in.)
The place is dirty and boring. I have been there three times. (No I didnt have to pay the astronomical prices) But this I will tell you. Its dirty, most of the equipment is broken down (a different piece each time you go)
I would say this place is worse than the titanic. A big 10 fingers DOWN!
I read all the reviews before we went- and they must not have had any children with them when they attended. WW was great- and my children loved it. I live near universal and this was a cheap and fun saturday to spend with my children. I have a 7 year old and my 2 year old was free. But she got to play on some of the displays too! It's well worth the $$ to have spent a great day and a fun time with the kids- Only complaint... They didn't want to leave. Wise up all you stifflers out there- this was a great place to take the kids... Better then ole' chucky cheese!!!!
Orlando Family of 4
THIS ATTRACTION SHOULD HAVE BEEN A FREEBIE. MY FAMILY AND I VISITED THIS ATTRACTION IN THE SUMMER OF 2004. THE KIDS WERE 12 AND 17 IT DID NOT MAKE THAT MUCH OF AN IMPRESSION. AND IT SURE DID NOT MAKE ONE WITH ME CONSIDERING THE AMOUNT IT COST TO GET IN THERE. WE WILL BE GOING BACK TO ORLANDO JUNE 2006 AND THIS ATTRACTION IS NOT ON THE LIST. TOURISTS WITH KIDS SAVE YOUR MONEY.
We frequently take our family to 'Hands-on' museums and science museums. This reminds me of an expensive hands on or science museum. On a rainy day it is a good way to keep the kids busy, but overall I thought it was overpriced and too crowded to really enjoy the exhibits. We found the layout confusing and ended up climbing stairs over and over again trying to find our way.
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