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WonderWorks, Orlando

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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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  • Good fun for all ages, especially the younger ones. You could take your time at the stations to read, learn or play. Free re-admission on the same day means you could exit to rest or have lunch and th...  more »
  • I took my 6 year old daughter here for a play date on a rainy summer day and we had so much fun! All of the little exhibits including especially the bed of nails really caught the kids interest and we...  more »
  • A really fun place, self paced, kids had a great time. Finished with the dinner show, unlimited pizza, salad, drinks, wine, beer and dessert. Plus a seriously great comedy/magic show.  more »
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  • Took our kids in the middle of the week, arriving just before 11 am, they're 10 yo and I would say they definitely enjoyed it. We printed off a 2$ coupon, making our entrance with tax, $130 for the 5 of us. You can leave, eat lunch and come back, which is what we did. After reading some of the reviews, we were anticipating it to be packed with summer day camp kids. There were several groups there but it didn't effect waits or bottle neck exhibits, the longest wait for any of the popular areas was 5 to 15 mins. Each time we went to the bathrooms, they were being cleaned, which was nice. The employees were all friendly, especially the front desk. The arcade games are a little dated as is the 4D movie. Not all of the laser tag equipment worked properly but it's also one of the most popular activities there. We did not do the comedy dinner show nor did we eat there but considering it came out to $26 per person and we spent a total of 2.5 hours, we can't complain for it being a one time visit. For adults it may be a tad lame but our kids had a blast. It's definitely for families. It's not a date night place.
  • Architecturally compelling, cleverly done facade of a seemingly upside-down building draws your attention. Once inside (after duly paying the admission fees), you're met with a seemingly endless number of interactive displays and things to engage with. For the more intrepid among us, the tight-ropes are a memorable thing to do. Very much enjoyed our time at WonderWorks.
  • This place was pretty fun and had a lot of cool things to do. (Some will make you dizzy so beware) The staff was very nice and helpful and the minor activities were still interesting as well. This is more fun for kids and teens but it's does keep the adults entertained too. Also if you go you should have a little extra money for the arcade. Though, the arcade is not really that great and the prizes are things you'll throw way on your way back home. The food is inexpensive too. Other than that this place is really great and my family ended up being their for 5 hours so great day activity as well.
  • I've never been in a 4-D motion theater before and I have a broken leg. How can you not go in there with a broken bone when you're just sitting. My friends told me about it and thought it was not fair that I couldn't do something cool while I'm just sitting. It gets 2 stars because the rest was fun.
  • For the money, I think that Ripley's is a better experience. It was very busy, as its 4th of July weekend, and I'm not taking that into account for the review. My son is 7 and liked it. But, paying as much as we did for something that wasn't nearly as fun as expected. Wonder works does have interactive games for younger children, too, which is nice. There were also 2 exhibits closed when we went.