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WonderWorks in Orlando, FL

9067 International DriveOrlando, FL 32819
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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.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Orlando Travel Experts
  • General admission includes the exhibit, ropes course and 1 film on the 4D theater.
  • 2 - 4 hours of arcade games, thrills, fun activities and glow-in-the-dark indoor ropes course.
  • 4D XD motion theater will take you on adventurous journey through virtual reality.
  • Bubble lab is fun for all ages.
  • Wear closed toe shoes.
  • No short shorts or skirts allowed while visiting for the ropes course.
  • No food or drinks allowed inside.
  • Parking is in Pointe Orlando, $3 for the first 2 hours, maximum fee of $6.
  • Must be at least 42” in height to participate in the indoor ropes course.


from WonderWorks
WonderWorks is an amusement park for the mind with over 100 interactive exhibits for visitors of all ages to experience. The most eye-catching feature of WonderWorks is the attraction’s dramatic exterior – a three-story tall, classically designed building that appears to have landed upside down, atop a 1930s era brick warehouse.

Experience the trembling of a 5.3 earthquake, be blown away by 71mph hurricane force winds, maneuver the controls of a NASA spacecraft to land the shuttle, step inside an astronaut space suit, feel the sensation of 3,500 nails elevate you, fly a fighter jet, make a 3-D impression of your entire body on the WonderWall, design and ride your own roller coaster, play virtual sports plus much more! New attractions - the XD Theater 4D extreme motion ride and 3 Story indoor ropes challenge course-located in the basement/the 3rd level.

While visiting WonderWorks, don’t miss Orlando’s Funniest Dinner Show, The “Outta Control” Magic-Comedy Dinner Show. Enjoy unlimited fresh hand-tossed pizza, popcorn, beer, wine and soft drinks. To purchase your dinner show ticket or a WondeWorks combo package go to The Outta Control Dinner Show listed under Theatre Shows.

Parking: Pointe Orlando Parking Garage is $4.00 for the first hour, $2.00 each additional hour, no more than $10.00 per day.

Reserve Orlando Customer Reviews

1 Review
Jake Gephart
jupiter, FL
4 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"So much fun!"
July, 2015
There is lots to do here, three different levels with tons of games and activities. I went with my girlfriend and we had an absolute blast good for all ages.
Tip: Do the ropes course and the create your own rollercoaster!

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TripAdvisor Reviews
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Laydee E
"More family fun than the museum of science"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed August 26, 2016 NEW
My group included an 89 year old grandmother, an 8 year old son and 3 cousins in their 20's. We all had a blast. We went on a Monday mid-August, so it wasn't crowded, which allowed us to enjoy all of the place had to offer without waiting in lines. In a few hours we were able to enjoy everything, except for the Laser Tag, which we chose not to do. We also enjoyed lunch in the café, which I considered fairly priced and yummy choices. We had the pizza, chicken strips and hot dogs/fries and even my grandmother though the food was delicious. Don't forget to take advantage of the $2 pp offer for online purchase.
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Reading, Pennsylvania
"Good learning experience but not worth the Big Price Tag."
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed August 24, 2016 NEW
The Wonder works building seemed very interesting and amusing. Your children can learn about different fun facts including the weather, electricity, water and other great educational topics. But the price of this attraction was a bit pricey and it did not include anything that was in the actual building. There are separate fees for going in, an additional fee for an arcade, and a separate bill for laser tag, and one more for a 3d ride and rope obstacle course.
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David G
Darlington, United Kingdom
"Interesting place"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed August 24, 2016 NEW
I purchased an Orlando Explorer Pass in the UK for 4 activities / attractions and used it here without any issues. I visited with my 10 year old daughter and enjoyed the visit. The outside of the building is an attraction in itself, many people are outside day and night taking photos, it is made to look like a building that has been ripped from the ground and flipped upside down. There are normally a number of unofficial photo opportunities outside with a number of macaws and other animals present. On entering the attraction you walk through a rotating tube that fools your senses so you feel you are falling over. Once through that there are a number of explore / science exhibits to interact with. To be honest this is only suitable for pre-teens as older kids would not be interested. However, moving upstairs, which is actually going downstairs in an upside down house take you to more interactive exhibits like a bed of nails, massive bubble making etc. and then through to an area more suited to teens. This area has a couple of simulators which feature roller coaster rides, you go upside down in these but as there is no G force you actually hang on the seat belt / brace. There are also a couple of astronaut trainers – gyroscopes and these looked intense. My 10 year old did the simulator but didn’t want to attempt the gyroscope. Going upstairs (to the basement) takes you into an area which is a games arcade (need to pay) but there is a 6D motion ride and an overhead ropes course. The 6D (not sure how there were 6) is good, ride is a little short but very small. The queue looks short but not many people can get in each run. The rope course is overhead the whole floor and is quite challenging. Only 20 people allowed on at a time for 20 minutes. Again the queue is deceptively short, be prepared for a 40 minute wait to get on. This attraction was interesting, worth going but if you have kids with a mixture of ages be prepared to allow them to split up or be bored / scared in some places.
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Amy C
Wallburg, North Carolina
"So much fun & All Day Pass!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed August 23, 2016 NEW
Our family had such a great time here! Our admission let us enjoy everything for our first 3 hour visit, then allowed us to come back that night to do it all again! There were several educational activities, but the highlights for our group were the bubble lab, the roller coaster simulation, the astronaut training ball, and the high ropes course. The last three activities are not for the faint of heart! If you have a fear of heights, please don't attempt the ropes course. Although you are incredibly safe, we had to "save" several people along the way who were somewhat paralyzed with fear. Best to stay in the ground and take some great pictures of your crew! Enjoy Wonderworks- it is an attraction worth checking out!
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Orlando, Florida
"Fun Place"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed August 23, 2016 NEW
This was a fun place to go to. The entry fee was a bit expensive however they had a lot of stuff that you could do inside.

Frequently Asked Questions about WonderWorks

How long does it take to tour the attraction?
Allow at least 3 – 4 hours but spend as much time as you like.

Can I bring food into WonderWorks?
No, outside food and drinks are not permitted inside WonderWorks.
Can I take pictures?
You can take pictures inside. Great photo spots in WonderWorks Orlando include: The Spacesuit, The Floating Circuit Head, Mercury Capsule, Hurricane Simulator, and more!
Where can I park?
Parking is available at the Pointe Orlando parking garage. Parking fees are $4.00 for the first hour, $2.00 each additional hour, no more than $10.00 per day.
What is the best way to dress for a day at the attraction? Is there any clothing that isn’t permissible?
WonderWorks is a casual, family-oriented attraction. We suggest you dress comfortably. Closed shoes are required for our ropes course. No skirts or dresses permitted on the ropes course. Please dress family friendly.
Is the attraction wheelchair accessible?
WonderWorks is equipped with elevators for wheelchairs and strollers.
Are there lockers?
Lockers are available for 75¢.
Can I exit the attraction and return later in the day?
Yes, a WonderWorks attraction ticket allows unlimited fun all day, come and go as you please.

Are there any height, weight or other requirements for any of the rides?
4D Theater Ride – Must be at least 40” ( 3'4" )
Wonder Coaster – Must be at least 48” ( 4' ) to participate.
Ropes Course – Must be at least 42" ( 3'6" ) with an adult or 48" ( 4' ) to participate alone. Maximum height is 80" ( 6'8” ). Closed shoes required. Maximum weight limit is 300 pounds.
Does WonderWorks serve food?
Yes, at the Works Café. Take a break and pull up a chair to enjoy the freshly hand tossed New York style pizza. Other menu items include chicken nuggets, hot dogs, french fries, soft pretzels, popcorn, hand-dipped ice cream, Pepsi products and more.
What is available in the WonderWorks gift shop?
The WonderWorks gift shop offers a fascinating collection of souvenir merchandise from postcards and t-shirts to mugs and hats. Old fashion rock candy comes in a variety of flavors and is sure to be a hit with the kids. If you like M&M’s, look no further, we have 21 different colors or simply satisfy your sweet tooth with a selection from our wall to wall bulk candy!

What if my child is under 3 years of age?
Children 3 and younger are more than welcome and are admitted free.