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WonderWorks, Orlando

Categories: Entertainment Centers, Fun & Games
Inspirock Rating:
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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  • Went with my parents and my husband on my last day in Orlando. Whilst the attractions in there are good the price to get in is wildly overpriced for what you get. On top of that there is an arcade on ...  read more »
  • We have cloudy 2 days so we looked attractions interiors. The best is undoubtedly wonderworks. Nothing extraordinary d either, but perfect for a time with family (our son is 5 years). Lots of small "stalls" where you can play. Frankly a good time. Think a buy on the internet (we have used Groupon and saved $ 20)
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  • I live in Florida but have never had the opportunity to go to WonderWorks. Today I did!! Along with my daughter and two grandkids (aged 10 & 12). I bought a Groupon for this visit and I couldn't be ha...  read more »
  • This is a fun attraction which kids and adults should enjoy. I got my tickets through florida Tix in the UK as part of tickets for space centre so I did not pay much. If I had paid the entrance price I would not be impressed! Best value lunch I have had. Basic but fair.
  • Biggest waste of money ever. For two people we spent 60 bucks to do nothing but get cut off by kids (that aren't watched by their parents) at every attraction. There are 3 floors and EVERYTHING costs money on the third floor aside from the rope trail that you wait 40+ minutes to do for only 5-10 minutes. That's the only thing that made the $60 half worth it. Oh, and trust me. I wanted a refund but that is not a possibility here because all sales are final. We left and tried coming back at 10pm and it was still swamped with children, although they were more controlled by parents. Workers are literally NO WHERE to be found and the attractions are mediocre. The digital attractions all seem to have glitches in them and make little to no sense. It's VASTLY over priced considering you only get 1 and a half floors of things to do. ONLY go if you are going to bring a child 7 or younger. Or, you know, just don't go...
  • Very unimpressed, I wanted to like this place too. I was really excited to go here and half the machines didn't work! Then there is the hall of pictures where the area is so tight that people walk in front of you while you try to figure out the little puzzles. These puzzles could also be looked up on my phone to be honest. Best of all half the staff doesn't speak English and couldn't count out change to the customers or remember orders. The café didn't have any seating for us because there were maybe 6 families sitting down at the few tables available, we got stuck outside eating to end the experience which I don't mind but it was a bit irritating.
  • Kids love it...adults can find plenty to do too. Was really disappointed in the dinner show. Mundane tricks, boring presentation. Jimmy Rook was his name , I think. My 6 year old grand twins didn't get it since most of the "magic" was over their heads. Need some more razzle dazzle or rabbits in a hat stuff to grab their attention. Sorry I wasted my money on that. I've had better pizza and the soda was flat and watery. Good beer, tho. To repeat what somebody else wrote, the technology is about 5 years behind the times but we had a good time despite that.
  • Biggest waste of money. Paid 50$ to do everything in 30 minutes minus the ropes course and lazer tag. I had very high expectations because of the cool building and the overall hype of the attraction but instead I was sadly disappointed. I do not recommend to anyone.
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