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WonderWorks, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

100 Music Rd, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

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Mason, Ohio

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  • Visited: 2013-03-01
  • Submitted: 2013-03-28 12:48:35.0
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Lots to do! Lots of fun for the kids!

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Liberty, West Virginia

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  • Visited: 2011-08-01
  • Submitted: 2013-03-26 16:47:17.0
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Go after dinner time. Extremely LESS crowded.

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Submitted by: Lyndsey D.

This is not for preschool aged children or younger. I would say it's about 90% focused on school aged children and older, it was very hit or miss with our 3 year old daughter to be entertained or participate. There is virtual reality things, that aren't really impressive, indoor amusement park rides (NO sandals!), a rock wall (big hit!...

Submitted by: James G.

With a family of four we try to get the most bang for the buck. This place offers that. For $20 per head we were able to spend several hours observing and interact...

Submitted by: Megan k.

This place was alright, I'm sure it's funnier for kids then adults. It wasn't nearly as "hands-on" as I expected. It was a lot of lame computer trivia type deals and "figure it out" pictures. We were there in the off season (Feb) and it was still pretty packed, I'd hate to see this place on a busy day. There was a lot we were not able to do b.c it was too crowed. I totally agree with the others saying this place needs an upgrade, bad. The "huge bubble" thing was a joke, and just messy. The "Earth quack" was really just kind of silly. We were unable to do a couple of things b.c there is a weight limit of 250 pounds that they are unwavering on. Wish we would of known this before we bought the tickets. The rope...

Submitted by: Brian H.

Lame and not worth the price.  I came here because I had some time to kill while waiting for friends to go to dinner.  Maybe kids would be entertained h...

Submitted by: Dustin W.

I went with a big group of family 13 people in total pretty cool place overall. I'm not a person who can deal with h...

Submitted by: Tiffany B.

I went to the exhibit part of Wonderworks, not the dinner show. It was around $20 to get in. Wonderworks is awesome looking from the outside because it is an upside down building. Once you go in, you go through the inversion chamber to make things right-side-up. This was probably the best part of the whole thing. Through the effects of lighting, it makes you think you are spinning and turning upside down. Once you get out of it, you are a little stumbly. I also liked the exhibit where you move things with your mind. What I didn't like was how a good percentage of the exhibits were broken. Also, I went during the off season on a school day and still couldn't get to anything without 50 kids jumping in front of...

Submitted by: Gary N.

Wonderworks was nice, but was slammed alive when we were there.  The high point to the trip to Wonderworks was the H...

Submitted by: Kandace W.

Great for kids, just not when it's slammed busy! Very interactive and you can also see the Hott N' Holler show inside. They ...

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