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Ripleys Believe It or Not Museum Niagara Falls

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Ripleys Believe It or Not Museum
4960 Clifton Hill
Niagara Falls
ON
L2G3N4
Tel: 905-356-2238

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The Famous Ripleys Believe it or not museum is a must see for all the family!
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    I LOVE this place! In fact I'm going back for a second time this weekend! It's full of crazy, quirky things and facts. It's a great way to spend a good few hours learning facts to shock people with! Even better as they do lots of offers for entry :)

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    I had expected there to be a lot more hands on interactive things to do but it really was more of a museum of oddities, many of which I just wasn’t that impressed with. The knitted car was quite impressive as were some of the pieces of art made from unusual things. Toast art anyone? But there really wasn’t anything that stood out for me. Quite a few of the more hands-on exhibits were also out of order at the time of my visit which only added to my disappointment. MirrorMaze and LaseRace while fun both last only a couple of minutes and overall...Read More

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    We had planned in advance to include Ripleys into our London visit with our two children,and thought it was the perfect way to end a day,when all the other big attractions are closed but it was too early to retreat back to our hotel.From the outside its bright and noisy and circus-like,drawing you in,and there are weird and wonderful displays to catch the eye and imagination before you have even purchased your ticket.The entry price is very expensive for a museum being nearly £30 for an adult,but luckily we had 2for1 tickets found online,which...Read More

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    Brilliant few hours. If you're into this kind of stuff - trivial facts and fascinating oddities, you won't be disappointed. Lots of variation in the different areas and artefacts/models and plenty of fun to be had. Would definitely go back again. The price seemed a bit much at first but I was more than satisfied with what I paid by the end.

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    Nice building and stuff inside. Prices are £30ish per person so you'll will need the bank account of Sir Alan Sugar.

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by Leanne Fraser

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I had expected there to be a lot more hands on interactive things to do but it really was more of a museum of oddities, many of which I just wasn’t that impressed with. The knitted car was quite impressive as were some of the pieces of art made from unusual things. Toast art anyone? But there really wasn’t anything that stood out for me. Quite a few of the more hands-on exhibits were also out of order at the time of my visit which only added to my disappointment. MirrorMaze and LaseRace while fun both last only a couple of minutes and overall I found the whole thing a waste of time and money.

by Genevieve Sorensen-Bates

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We had planned in advance to include Ripleys into our London visit with our two children,and thought it was the perfect way to end a day,when all the other big attractions are closed but it was too early to retreat back to our hotel.From the outside its bright and noisy and circus-like,drawing you in,and there are weird and wonderful displays to catch the eye and imagination before you have even purchased your ticket.The entry price is very expensive for a museum being nearly £30 for an adult,but luckily we had 2for1 tickets found online,which include a free guide,and entry into the mirror maze and laser quest.My first thought on viewing the ground floor exhibits was that we had still paid too much,and this was not all that it had promised on the website,-until we went up to the first floor,where my fears were imeadiately resolved,wow there is SO much to see,6floors packed with amazing,mad artifacts and historical pieces,there are also some interactive things as well as the mirror maze and laser quest.There is plenty to keep children of any age interested and we easily spent 3 hours in there,they close at midnight so there is no rush

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