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.
Place looks cool from the outside. The inside has a number of interesting displays, but most of it you would find in a science museum. Unfortunately, too many of the displays were broken. For what it offers, admission is pricey.
It was fun...I went with my friends, There were no long lines when we went. The things to do were very interesting and true..But Best of all was one of the workers there named Travis..I videotaped him alot..I thought he was adorable..I regret not talking to him..but basically he made my time there all the more fun..But it was a good place =)
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 It looks so cool on the outside, but the inside is full of outdated exhibits.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.
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
This place is for kids of all ages, from 3 to 93. It has interesting historical trivia & things for adults to ponder, & great hands on exhibits for the kids.
It was easy to find from our timeshare, & the price was reasonable for the value. You could get through all of it in one day, & it has a snack bar & gift shop too.
Even the older teenagers found it to be "cool", & coming from a teen, that's a great recommendation.
I would recommend it to families who don't want to do the whole theme park experience, but are looking for a fun, relatively inexpensive place to go that even teaches you to learn & enjoy doing it!
A great place to take your kids! My husband and I went last summer and we had a lot of fun. The displays were fascinating and the roller coaster simulator is fun if you don't get motion sick easily. The best part, however, was the magic/dinner show! Even if you don't like anything else this show makes it worth going. We're going back to Orlando this spring and, although we probably won't tour the museum again (seen it once...) we will DEFINITELY be going back to the magic show and taking my parents and brother.
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