9067 International Dr, Orlando, FL | Directions 3281928.433648 -81.471790
Daily 9am-12am ; Open 7 Days
eh - not worth the money. – Would not recommend going during peak season - very crowded even during non-peak season. Would agree with previous reviewers - good in theory - but NOTworth the money. Lines for many things move very slowly. Would recommend with older kids if you do give it a whirl. Wear sneaks if you want to try the overhead challenge (no flip flops allowed).
Sexiness!! – The lazer tag was sooooo much fun and the employees were hella friendly... and if you in for a fun tyme and lotsa cute boys then WonderWorks is GOLDEN lol the male employees were very VERY fine and allow themselves to be fine and helpful at th same tyme... uhmm BROWNIE POINTS ?!?!? lol but on th other hand it is really fun for kids... me and my friend went and we loved th lazer tag and roller coaster... we had a blast with th giant floor piano and freezing titantic water... th earthquake was really funny... I SUGGEST YOU GO CUZ IT OPENS YOU UP TO A WHOLE NEW WORLD!!!!
Technology and fun-house charm collide in this unique, science-loving upside-down attraction. – The Scene
The attraction, aside from its impressive upside-down facade, is reminiscent of old-fashioned science museums. Its goal is to teach people, interactively, the wonders of natural science. Visitors experience this through simulations, virtual rides and contests of physical endurance--all set to a pumping soundtrack of '80s tunes.
There's plenty of old-fashioned mind tricks, from fun house mirrors to hidden-image posters. In the Physical Challenge area, go up against a much taller opponent in virtual basketball. Hop into the 3-D sound booth for an acoustic adventure. The 10,000-square-foot Lazer Tag arena gives players an exiting setting to engage in fun battles. Also, don't forget to look at all of the space-age and surreal artwork hanging from the walls and ceiling.
Fantastic! – I live here in Orlando and I take my kids to WonderWorks all the time. On our most recent trip we learned that there are many new exhibits which was a fun surprise. My kids love the bubble lab and the bed of nails the most, I love the interactive computer quizzes. Great way to spend an afternoon and can't beat the price. I wish there were more activities like this in town. The previous reviews are pretty outdated, and I would highly suggest checking WonderWorks out!
worst value – Wonderworks uses the come-on of the upside-down building to make you think you're in for something incredible. What it really is is an outdated pseudo-science related attraction that is 1/3 for-fee arcade. If I wanted to play video games with my family, I'd rather go to DisneyQuest. The cost for our entry was over $40 after their discount coupons. Stay home and save the money for something else, like a nice meal out!
Wonderworks: update and come into the 21st century. Your stuff is stuck in the '70's.
We won't recommend your attraction. As a matter of fact, we've already steered people away!
Very Cool!!!!! – GREAT for all ages! Old or younge will enjoy all the different things to do.
I wouldn't go there.......for the fee to get in it's sooo lame! There is nothing to do there. ....if I were you go to Disney Quest. For 29.99 per person,( adult admission) it's so much better.
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