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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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  • There are so many things to do at Wonder Works. It can be a bit pricey but you can definitely make an entire day out of it. There are activities for every age and all will enjoy watching everyone in t...  more »
  • This was our first time ever, and it is well worth the money! We had a blast with 11 and 15 year old. Mom even enjoyed it! The fact that everything is hands on activities , keeps the entertainment goi...  more »
  • We visited WonderWorks during our trip to the Smokies. It was our first time, but it won't be our last. There were so many neat things for kids of all ages, and I would recommend it for anyone looking...  more »
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  • 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!
  • Me and the kids equally enjoyed this place. They have quite a bit to offer including earthquake and tornado simulators and sky walk. The magic show was absolutely amazing. I highly recommend this place if you have kids, there's a lot for them to do here
  • We are here during off season and there is a 2 hour plus wait for the rope climbing. They only have one person working it and only send a few at a time. Not worth spending the extra money to purchase the rope climb. Also other rides only had one operator and not running at capacity. Really disappointed with wait times. Everything else is good if a rainy day. So many better things to do when it's not raining then paying the cost of this place.
  • This place is awesome and is something that all ages can enjoy doing. It's kind of pricey but it's well worth the money. There's so much to do while you are there, you definitely get your money's worth.