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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I took 145 teenagers to this place. And we all had a great time. Never too old for this kind of fun and with the rainy weather it's good have a place to go instead of being at theme park stuck. This was a field trip and it was organized. However the manager was a little anxious. She was a tad to ride to the grown up chaperones. So I don't know if she was having a bad day or just overwhelmed.
I loved this place. Not only are there arcade favorites, but also simulating rides, laser tag, cool exhibits, etc. the comedy magician show was pretty funny, more kid oriented. The pizza was not worth the price. The wait staff was great!
Los Angeles, California
I always wondered what this upside building was. Curiosity made me poke my head in and purchase a ticket. I bought the Laser Combo - All Access ticket for $30. Without laser tag, it's $27. If you want to spend half a day doing something other than visiting one of the crowded giant theme parks, WonderWorks is perfect. It's similar to a science center in your local town but better. There are several exhibits that I personally haven't seen or experienced before. IE: Biofeedback, earthquake, 4D XD theater, and the ropes course. There were helpful friendly staff all over the place. Everyone was ready to help you discover or answer questions. The place was clean and well maintained. I ordered a soft drink and the chicken nuggets in their restaurant. When I think of chicken nuggets, I think of pressed and formed meat, these nuggets were more like breaded chicken breasts. (I think they're selling themselves short by calling them nuggets). The laser tag was a blast. This is the best laser tag I've played. I'm not sure how it would be if there was a large group in there, but for the size I played with, it was perfect. (6 people). The equipment functioned as it's supposed to. The room was large but not too big that you'd get lost and never be able to tag anyone. The suspended ropes course was crazy! Sometimes I was a bit scared but knew I was securely fastened into the harness if I were to slip. It was fun to challenge myself to see how many of the suspended trails I could complete. My boyfriend and I found this to be worth the price of admission. We enjoyed having something different to do away from the huge crowds. After four hours of playing (and learning a thing or two), we left completely satisfied with our experience.
Rochester, New York
We went inside and it was daytime, we came out it was night. It was like a time suck! We had so much fun doing all the activities. My teen boys, my 36 year old self, and my 59 year old mother all had a great time. We did not even do the ropes course, arcade, or movie. Just the activities included in admission. Wonderful family fun!
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