“A building that "landed upside down"”
WonderWorks Myrtle Beach began as a Top Secret research laboratory on a remote island in the Bermuda Triangle. As legend has it, the world’s greatest scientists – led by Professor Wonder – were given the task of creating a man-made tornado and harnessing the POWER of it. During this experiment, something went awry and the power of the tornado was unleashed throughout the laboratory. This created a swirling vortex that was strong enough to rip the laboratory from its foundation. It was carried thousands of miles away and landed upside-down on the top of a crab shack in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Remarkably, all of the experiments remained intact and functional. When you enter the building, everything will be upside-down, so in order to participate in the fun, you must be inverted. Step inside the inversion tunnel and be turned right side up to begin your journey. Once you are properly aligned for your adventure, family fun awaits with more than 100 hands on exhibits. Make WonderWorks a stop on your Things to Do list when visiting Myrtle Beach.
Great place for kids young and old! my girlfriend and I really enjoyed all of the interactive exhibits
Visited! :-) Great place to take kids. My daughter loved it. Me too. :-)
Combo pkg w/laser tag
SO MUCH FUN! My family and I went there for the 1st time and LOVED it! There are so many fun activities for the whole family. There are lots of interactive things to do such as a ropes course, a cool 6d movie, bubble area where kids can make huge bubbles, you can lay on a bed of nails, the list goes on and on. The admission price wasn't bad (around $80 for 2 adults and 2 children) The admission price includes all day admission (which I didn't realize until we purchased our tickets in the evening) It takes at least 3 hours (if not more) to get through everything. I would suggest going earlier in the day (less crowds) and returning later in the evening to go back and do the things you like best or didn't get to see earlier. I wish we would've done this. Either way, it was a fun-filled time for the whole family. I can't say enough good things about it. We'll definitely be back!
Cool place for kids, especially on rainy days. We’ve visited a few interactive science museums before, but WonderWorks has to be one of my favorites.
There are three levels of imagination, experiments, and adventures to be had. We got to feel what a hurricane feels like, just how cold the water was when the Titanic sunk, and how to push the limits of electrical understanding. Our two favorite activities were the high ropes course and laser tag
It was so crowded that my younger kids got punched out of almost every exhibit by older kids and adults. But it looked like they were having fun so as long as you are prepared to fight for it I think you would have fun here
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