Won­der Works

Where Orlando - - Editor's Itenerary -

This science-themed in­door at­trac­tion is all about the wow fac­tor. One of the most pho­tographed land­marks in Or­lando, Won­derWorks on In­ter­na­tional Drive will def­i­nitely catch your eye. Whether you're caught in one of Florida's af­ter­noon show­ers or just have some free time and don't want to pay the­mepark prices, Won­derWorks will keep your fam­ily en­gaged and en­ter­tained.

En­ter through the turn­stiles, and the op­ti­cal il­lu­sions con­tinue as you (at­tempt to) walk through a ro­tat­ing tun- nel. Once inside, you'll dis­cover four floors of 100 in­ter­ac­tive ex­hibits and games. Make a bub­ble larger than your­self, feel what it’s like to be blown away by a 71 mph hur­ri­cane and lie down on a bed of nails. Guests can also de­sign their very own roller coaster and ex­pe­ri­ence a 4D Ex­treme Mo­tion Ride com­plete with full-mo­tion seats and spe­cial ef­fects.

The third floor is de­signed for older kids with lazer tag and a ropes course, which are in­cluded in ad­mis­sion. Guests 42 inches and up (closed-toe shoes re­quired), can tackle 20 ob­sta­cles on the sus­pended ropes course, cross­ing bridges, swing­ing beams and lily pads. Once inside the lazer tag arena, it's every man for him­self as you com­pete against each other for the high­est score.

You can also pur­chase to­kens for fun in the ar­cade, with sim­u­la­tors and clas­sic games like skee-ball and air hockey, where you can win tick­ets to cash out for prizes.

If time al­lows, stay for the Outta Con­trol Magic Com­edy Din­ner Show fea­tur­ing Tony Brent, and en­joy un­lim­ited pizza, salad, beer, wine and dessert.

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