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WonderWorks - Pigeon Forge, Pigeon Forge

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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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Where to stay in Pigeon Forge

Despite its relatively small size, Pigeon Forge offers diverse lodging options, including family-owned hotels, luxury resorts, and quaint bed and breakfasts. To take advantage of the most this pristine natural area has to offer, consider pitching a tent or driving your RV into one of many campgrounds just outside of town. In addition to traditional sites for tent and trailer camping, many rustic campgrounds in the area offer mountain cabins for rent, which include modern conveniences like TVs, microwaves, and refrigerators.
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  • A great place to spend a rainy or hot morning or afternoon with visiting grandchildren. We took 4..ages 6,8,12 + 13, and everyone found multiple things to do and had a great time!  more »
  • When we scanNed our tickets and they told us they where good for all day I was like BONUS all the rides where free once in there the virtual roller coaster was my daughters favorite but mine was the b...  more »
  • We visited this attraction several years ago when our kids were much younger, My 14 year old son requested that we go back to "the upside down house" as he remembers having fun at it before. It is a b...  more »
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  • Its a great concept, though maintaining the attractions needs some work. One of the controllable robotic arms was not working as intended. The strobe light for "stopping" the water was out of sync. The right side of speed of light game didn't work well. The pitching area was out of calibration and didn't work well. The timers on the shoot the hoop games didn't work well. Some items where closed. The joystick on the shuttle landing didn't work well. There are lots of activities that do work.
  • Awesome place for kids! Our group was 3 generations and everyone enjoyed the few hours we don't there. Rock wall was fun for adults and kids. We would definitely visit another Wonderworks if we find one on vacation. Bonus - you can leave and come back the same day with your paid admission.
  • So much fun!!!! From our 5 year old, to the 70 year old grandmother, we all enjoyed our visit. I took my 9 year old on the ropes course, and we had fun, but I would caution those thinking of taking younger kids. I think it would be difficult to maneuver the safety rope around the course if you were smaller, and I saw several littles go up, then come right back down, realizing they were scared... but, we had a blast. Only negative: the soft pretzels in the snack bar were gross.
  • My grandson was three when we went and he remembered having fun and wants to go back to the "upside down house" on our vacation this year!! He is now seven and will enjoy it a lot more!! As adults, we had a great time as well! I'm looking forward to going back this year!!
  • We went early so it wasn't crowded. Ages 12 16 17 and adults and we all enjoyed it. Lots of fun and interesting activities for all of us. And we can go back later same day with our tickets.