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WonderWorks, Orlando
(3.1/5 based on 2,200+ reviews on the web)
Interactive educational exhibits in physics, math, and space aren't the only wonders at WonderWorks. These exhibits are displayed in an upside-down house designed by Terry Nicholson that looks as if it was lifted from the ground and dropped on its roof atop another building. Along with the educational exhibits that turn science into games, you'll find laser tag and rope courses that traverse multiple floors inside the building. WonderWorks is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our online itinerary creator, Orlando Edition.
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TripAdvisor
  • The House is very interesting. Everything upside down outside. There is normal, has a souvenir shop. Nice to take pictures!
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  • We'd thought a minimum of 2 hours here but it was way under. Interesting, but not, perhaps, as good as Ripleys.... however we did Ripleys first and so a lot of this stuff had already been seen. BUT......  more »
  • One evening we had a few hours to spare and as this attraction is close to our hotel decided to pop in. The building is very interesting from the outside, being upside down we didn't know what to expe...  more »
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  • So far, my family and I are having a blast. First, let me say that any place that has a teacher appreciation day is a great knave in my book. So my wife ( the teacher ) gets us in today, and we are definitely enjoying it. I've read about rude staff, but I have not noticed that yet at all ( and we're here on a Saturday, read busier day ). All of the games are working, as well. Let me tell you, if you like laser tag, this is a good price. The battle field is more than half decent, as well. One floor is all about hands on experimenting, one is hand on gaming and adventure. What this boils down to is the geeks amongst us ( like me ) get to nerd out, while the thrill seekers ( guilty ) get to get a little indoor rush. I've been in the area for more than this building. In glad I waited to come with my children, because setting them enjoy an entire building of fun is one of the best things I could witness.
  • My husband and I loved it. We spent 6 hours in this place. We got there just as they opened. We got to do everything. My personal favorite is the Bubble Lab. Lazer tag is the best! Everyone was very nice and friendly. All the families seem to enjoy the day. I would buy the discount book when you buy your tickets it saves you a lot of money on lunch and in the arcade. Will be going again!
  • I'd say a good one time experience for adults. Price wasn't too bad but the hours are great. Definitely more geared towards kids
  • Ok, so I booked a birthday here and my experience wasn't the best. Here's my review. It is extremely loud and chaotic in there. It was difficult to find a staff member to answer a question or direct us. If you include the VIP package and plan on visiting all 3 floors, get there early. We waited 1hr 45 mns just for the ropes course and never got to the Laser Tag or the 4D experience. We got there at 1:30pm and there wasn't enough time to visit everything before our comedy dinner show. There are ways to make the lines move much quicker in my opinion. The ropes course only lasts 5-10 mns tops but they have two high schoolers running it and half the time they weren't paying attention or moving it along. We weren't told about signing a waiver until we were actually up there for example which could have been signed during THE ALMOST TWO HOURS OF WAITING IN LINE that we spent standing there. I was told conflicting versions of what to expect for the dinner show. We were told we'd be up front and would be priority seating. Instead, we were seated more to the side with an entire row facing the wall. We were told that we wouldn't have to wait in line for the dinner show and would be seated first. Instead, we were actually told to 'not worry' and just wait until everyone else was seated because our seats were 'reserved'. So, instead of sitting comfortably, we had to wait while everyone else got seated and got their group pics before us. When asked if we could get a group pic, the photographer said, 'as soon as I can squeeze you in'. I asked to speak with the manager who came out and reassured me that our table was reserved so 'it wouldn't matter' whether we went in first or last. Also, our picture came out really bad. The lighting was off and we looked far away. The photographer basically snapped a super quick picture to get us out. The upside was the pizza and drinks were good and the show was actually funny and entertaining.
  • Fun for the whole family! The staff were very friendly and helpful. Tina at the front desk did a great job of welcoming us and answering any questions we had when buying the tickets. She was awesome! Our kids loved this place. You could easily spend three to four hours here.