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Guinness World Records Museum, San Antonio

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  • It is very historic and a little boring. The interactive games at the end made you forget about how boring it could be. Thought it had 3 floors but it was really 1 floor. I would have rather go to the...  more »
  • Most of facts are from mid 90's early 2000's. Needs tons of updating. Mostly reading facts off of walls. Save your money and give it to Wikipedia. 
  • My family loved the Museum. You could honestly kill 2 hours in that place. Has a bunch of info and hands on things to do, touch, play with. We can't wait to go back! Worth the visit. 
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  • So, this was super lame. Some of the facts were cool. But no joking, EVERY interactive thing was broken. It was beaten up and dirty. They had a room dedicated to video games and you could play for free, but they were all broken. They mostly had outdated Styrofoam plaques on the wall with what records were what and TVs from 1997 showing new hire-type training videos with random facts. Do not waste your time. The best part was at the end. I wanted to write on a comment card about everything being broken, and the pen was out of ink. Making literally everything broken.
  • Overpriced (about $20 per adult) and most of the time you're just looking at very outdated pictures on the walls. You can tell most of the facts haven't been updated since maybe 2001. They have a couple facts at the very end that are from this century. Do not waste your time!
  • Good place. Expensive at $25 per person.
  • Fun, but better value to do the combo with the other Ripley's activities nearby by.
  • Interesting place!