Ripley's Believe It or Not - Orlando, Orlando

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
3.2/5 based on 1,200+ reviews on the web
At 930 sq m (10,000 sq ft) Ripley's Believe It or Not - Orlando, you'll see over 500 strange and bizarre findings from around the world. At 16 different galleries, expect to encounter unusual objects such as shrunken heads. See torture devices, fertility statues, and portraits made of ketchup. Look for a glass case preserving a real vampire-slaying kit. Solve puzzles, engage in thinking challenges, and get disoriented in a vortex tunnel. Photography is allowed, so don't leave the camera behind. Plan to visit Ripley's Believe It or Not - Orlando and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Orlando attractions using our Orlando itinerary planner.
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  • This is the third Ripley's I've been too. I throughly enjoyed it. They had some cool interactive parts as well as really neat artifacts. I loved the videos clips played throughout the place. The staff...  read more »
  • Had a good time. It was a self guide atmosphere and the kids had a good time. It was on but had some very interesting facts. Had fun but probably would not go through it again. 
  • Wasn't so my thing. I'm not the navel of the world. I saw it and it was then, maybe I'm too old for this. Younger visitors have determined have fun in the Ripley House.
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  • Cramped, crowded, hot. The attractions themselves are dated and boring. You'd find more interesting things browsing online. A lot of the "curiosities" are the kinds of optical illusions and "facts" your grandma would forward in a chain email to you. There's no quick way out, either so you have to traipse round the items at a snail's pace, often stuck behind slow moving families. You end up spending more time looking at people's backs than the attractions.
  • I've been to Ripleys before in Gatlinburg TN. As usual, the attraction consisted of a self guided tour through wacky, quirky exhibits. You make your way through a plethora of artifacts, shrunken heads, and interesting art projects. I'd recommend anyone who hasn't been to go at least once, mostly because you have the chance to see things that you may never see in your entire life. I am giving this location four stars, however, because of the price. My tickets were $20 a person. This isn't highway robbery by any means, but personally it felt like a $10 ticket wouldn't have been a steal.
  • Very cool! It was nice to hang out there and see the incredible things. The staff was very nice.
  • Fun, entertaining throughout, from the moment you walk in til after you leave. Very interesting exhibitions and interactive games throughout, playable on your mobile. Some parts can get quite crowded though.
  • We went here last year and it was amazing it took us 1 hour and a half to get round and there was loads of activities for children to do and there was loads of good stuff to see would definatly recommend it to people
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