Where is it at?
9067 International Drive
Tel: 407 351 8800
Where are we going today?
Did you ever think that a fun family day out would consist of experiencing a trembling 5.3 earthquake, or being blown away by a hurricane featuring 65mph winds!?
Welcome to Wonderworks!
Wonderworks is an amusement park with a different (you can tell you soon as you see you are entering a building that has been thrown upside down!)
It's 35,000 square feet of "edu-tainment", filled with attractions designed to education and entertainment. There are over 100 hands on exhibits too that challenge those little minds and get those imaginations running wild!
Kids - did you know that Wonderworks was actually a top-secret laboratory once, and located in the Bermuda Triangle. THEN...and experiment went wrong, and lifted the WHOLE lab into the air, dropping it where you are right now...only upside down!
You can land a shuttle, lie on a bed of 3,500 nails, and even take to the skies and fly a fighter jet!
Have you ever made a 3-D impression of your body? Have you ever designed and ridden your own roller coaster? You can here!
Located on the 3rd level of WonderWorks in the basement, is a huge lazer-tag facility and video arcade. Lazer-Tag combines innovative technology and fast paced excitement to provide players with a one of a kind experience. Vest up and face off against your opponents inside the huge maze!
While visiting WonderWorks, Don’t Miss the “Outta Control” Magic-Comedy Dinner Show located inside. This hilarious show combines high-energy comedy improvisation, spectacular magic and lots of audience participation to thoroughly entertain audiences of all ages. During the show, enjoy unlimited fresh hand-tossed pizza, salad, popcorn, beer, wine, soft drinks and dessert.
An amazing day out for the whole family - what will you create next!?
How much does it cost?
- AdultsFrom $26.99
- ChildrenFrom $20.99
- Free Under: 3 years.
When can we go?
9am to 12 midnight
Open 365 days a year!
WonderWorks makes learning fun with educational field trips! Teachers are provided with lab manuals that include lesson plans and classroom activities that correlate the exhibits with the state standards..
Enjoy a snack in the WonderWorks cafe. Serving fresh hand tossed pizza, wraps, salads, french fries, hot dogs, pretzels and much more!.
They do sell healthy food at the WonderWorks cafe - such as salads! .
Any Top Tips?
Things like ropes challenge, laser ride and other charge additionally..
Doing our bit
They have created a place where kids can learn AND have fun! Each exhibit has been designed to get the most out of their development and education! .
Need a little extra help?
If you have special needs, just speak to Guest Relations when you arrive and they will be able to help you! .
Can I get one of those?
The WonderWorks gift shop has an amazing collection of merchandise just for you! shirts, mugs, postcards, and even 21 colors of M&Ms! Amazing! .
Why not have your birthday party at Wonderworks! There are great packages to choose from, and it's a party with a difference!.
What people are saying?
by Alec Y
I absolutly loved wonderworks! My favorite things there were the bed of nails and the tunnel at the begining! :-)
by Cesar Tolentino
Its expensive. Exhibit is pathetic compared to Ripleys which a few blocks away and Ripleys is even way cheaper. The only thing good with this place is the indoor rope challenge. The rest are extra fee u have to pay. Wonder coaster could be a blast but they only use one even though they have two. So there is a very long line. So for 25 bucks per person ? Its expensive. Maybe for 15 bucks I might. So if youre a geeky like me that expects more, stay away.
by Andrew Johnson
Just left comedy/magic show with Fred Moore. Great show. Never laughed so hard. Worth checking out. Unlimited drinks and food.
by Jamie Stewart
Kind of like a Dave and Busters on crack. A daycare was there on a field trip and hogged all the games until they left. Could be layed out better, but the kids had a good time.
by Michael Lee
I love science and "weird science" in particular. This place felt like home to me. I'll bring my kids over at a first opportunity and when they are big enough to enjoy it.