The WonderWorks building, which claims to be the world’s only upside-down, 4-story building. WonderWorks definitely has some of I-Drive’s most interesting architecture.
But what is inside? A laboratory ripped from the Bermuda Triangle and landed in Orlando. All the lab experiments still unharmed and ready for use, spread out over 2 floors. Yes, it’s partly a science show–but one that emphasizes fun more than learning.
And all the exhibits are included in one flat price costing less than most attractions. This is a place where a family could spend hours, if not much of a day.
More than 100 on-hands exhibits include landing a space shuttle on an airstrip in Florida, piloting F14 and F18 fighter jets using 3 widescreen TV monitors. In an earthquake simulator, you can experience a what 5.3 earthquake feels like. Also take a virtual glider ride above the Grand Canyon,play a giant piano keyboard with your feet, attempt a glow-in-the-dark ropes course and more. For the ropes course, everyone needs to wear closed toe shoes.
Two items at WonderWorks are an extra cost. One is LazerWorks, a 10,000-foot lazer tag arena. The nightly Outta Control Magic Comedy Dinner Show is also an extra charge. It features magic, impersonations and improv comedy. This is one of the more basic dinner show meals. It includes unlimited hand-tossed cheese and pepperoni pizza, salad, popcorn and a dessert. For drinks, unlimited beer, wine and sodas. Sometimes, back to the basics is just what you need. The dinner is available as a separate ticket or part of a combo pack.