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WonderWorks - Pigeon Forge, Pigeon Forge

Categories: Entertainment Centers, Fun & Games
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3.4/5 based on 2,800+ reviews on the web
WonderWorks - Pigeon Forge houses over 100 interactive educational exhibits and rides. Experience a hurricane in the natural disaster zone, create enormous bubbles in the physical challenge zone, and land a shuttle in the space zone. The center is also home to what's thought to be the world’s largest indoor rope course, reaching 15.2 m (50 ft) high, spanning four stories, and containing 50 different obstacles and activities. The wonders of flight attraction includes a giant tethered air-balloon experience. Check showtimes for the on-site magic performance and reserve your tickets in advance. You must wear sensible shoes to participate in some of the activities. By using our Pigeon Forge vacation planner, you can arrange your visit to WonderWorks - Pigeon Forge and other attractions in Pigeon Forge.
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  • This place is so unique of a building you can't help by seeing this when you drive by. Been inside a few times so cool and awesome. 
  • I would love for the entire attraction to be upside down, but it wasn't. The outside view is amazing, and the inside is spectacular, as well. There are several opportunities for learning and experienc...  read more »
  • Don't let this building fool you. It may look like it was damaged by a severe storm, but in actuality, it's a building that houses several unique interactive hands on exhibits for visitors of all ages...  read more »
  • I cannot describe in few words how awesome this place was. From the upside-down exterior and lobby to the ropes challenge, this was all very fun and engaging. When we purchased tickets, the clerk was helping us find a discount (teacher, firefighter, veteran etc). This is not exactly a museum or pure science but it is a pretty good mixture of the world of science and entertainment. From putting your hand in a Faraday glove, touching thousands of volts of electricity, to laying on a bed of nails, and something as simple as launching a tennis ball into the air with the force of a bowling ball were all neat. I did regret the 360 Extreme bike which seemed harmless at first, but after 2 revolutions I was praying for the ride to stop as I was breaking out in a cold sweat and feeling queasy. The 2004 Flight Simulator was probably awesome 10 years ago but it really needs updating. I really found the ropes challenge quite awesome although it is not for anyone with a fear of heights. I was thrilled to be walking in the sky above everyone else and the black lights added a neat effect. It's really incredible how they pack all of this stuff in that building. If you plan to go to this, you should set aside most of the day to enjoy it all.
  • We had a phenomenal time with our freshly 4 year old. He even got to play laser tag! Tons of hands, on exhibits and cool things to explore. Lots of rides and fun for older kids and adults too. Not terribly pricey either. ~$25 per person. Check it out!
  • *Buy your tickets online; it was a bit difficult to find the code, but provided decent savings. *Make a concerted effort to avoid peak hours/days. Our experience would have been much different if it was during Spring Break or a similar busy time. *All three of our girls (10, 12, 14) had lots of fun at multiple activities. Some things weren't working properly, but it was pretty minimal. *The fact you buy a pass for the WHOLE DAY makes a big difference. We were experiencing some "sensory overload," ate lunch elsewhere and then came back. *We spent a total of five total hours. Even being 45 years old, I found a lot of fun things to do. I don't understand people who say they were done in 90 minutes. *I don't like being higher than my tree stand, but the ropes course was really fun and helped me deal with my fear of heights. It also helped that I was being "outclimbed" by 10 year olds. :) The ropes course was a highlight. *If you make a strong effort to avoid crowded times, WonderWorks is a great value for a family!
  • Soooo much fun for all of the family!! Even my 9 month old enjoyed it! From the science nerd, to the athlete, to the bold mountain (wall) climber, to the arcade enthusiast... there's something for everyone! The best part. Your ticket is good for 24 hours and since it takes the average guest 4 hours to go through the entire tour, it's great if you need to take a break and grab lunch/dinner. However, they do have two places to stop for food food, drinks or a sweet snack and the prices are affordable. Our group had five adults and children ranging from 13 to 9 months and we all had a blast!!
  • Very nice place to go with your family even though it's pricey. Must go with plenty of time or you will not get to do it all. Long waits on the most famous attractions. Some attractions are broken since so many people handle it. Overall my family and I had a great time.
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