This ticket includes ALL WonderWorks exhibits, the 4-D Theater, Laser Tag and the Glow-In-The-Dark Ropes Course. Closed toed shoes are required for the ropes course.Close
This ticket includes ALL WonderWorks exhibits, the 4-D Theater, Laser Tag, the Glow-in-the-Dark Ropes Course, and a seat to the BEST SHOW Orlando has to offer - The Outta Control Magic Comedy Dinner Show.
Enjoy non-stop laughter and food! The dinner includes unlimited pizza, salad, dessert, soda, beer and wine. The show is seriously entertaining and funny - magic with a twist!
Reservations are required for the show. Shows are every night of the week. Please arrive 30 minutes prior to show start.
Closed toed shoes are required for the ropes course.
One of Orlando’s top-rated attractions, WonderWorks in Orlando, Florida, features thrills and excitement for many ages. Visitors will find action-packed entertainment, including a glow-in-the-dark indoor ropes course, an exciting backlit laser-tag arena, a 4-D XD motion theater, plus six incredible wonder zones that feature a variety of interactive exhibits and activities.
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Definitely a first time here with my partner and definitely quite the experience. At first I felt the place was a bit odd and perhaps only for children but to my dismay upon going through the rotating room and trying a little bit of everything I later found out that this place is for all ages. In life, it is how you look at something that determines the outcome of whether or not you are going to enjoy it or not. So I gave this place a chance and received a very good outcome. My partner even enjoyed the laser tag activity. This place has a little bit of everything with helpful staff. Definitely worth a stop by if you are unsure of where to go in Orlando. I rated this place with four dots instead of five because I feel it could use more challenging activities as well as more fun things to be added to it.
Said we'd try wonder works before we left Orlando,and were a little disappointed.Upon entry you through a cylindrical bridge with a. Spinning effect,which was quiet impressive,but after that it goes down hill.the earthquake simulator is pretty lame,as well as the hurricane simulator.these were the 2 things I thought would be the best..it's all pretty childish,and not as fascinating as what I thought it would be.its more for the kids than anything else,but not really for adults.the 3D or 4d cinema ride isn't great either.my advice,maybe try Ripleys
West Hempstead, New York
We went with 3 kids to this attraction on a rainy day while visiting Orlando. Very cool place with a lot to do. Only issue is that it is severely understaffed. It's also expensive as they require parents to pay as well (though most of the time you're just watching your kids play and explore). I'd recommend it as a secondary activity when in orlando visiting the major theme parks.
Don't even waste your money on this. It's like going to Chuck E cheese except nothing works and it's more expensive food not included in price. Just take the picture of the outside of the building and go. Hated this experience.
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How long does it take to tour the attraction?
Allow at least 3 – 4 hours but spend as much time as you like.