Guinness World Records Adventure in Gatlinburg, TN

631 ParkwayGatlinburg, TN 37738
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See the amazing Guinness Book of World Records come to life through incredible displays, cool interactive games, trivia, themed galleries and new videos! Compare your height to the Tallest Man, test your skills, take the challenge and attempt to break a World Record! Hundreds of unbelievable exhibits and authentic memorabilia from celebrity record-holders like Elvis, The Beatles and much more!

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from Ashley, one of our Gatlinburg Travel Experts
  • Interactive games.
  • Hundreds of exhibits.
  • Located in Downtown Gatlinburg.
  • Appropriate for all ages.

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Major renovations have made Guinness World Records Adventure that much more amazing! New interactive games, challenges, videos and memorabilia keep families busy for hours.

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from Guinness World Records Adventure
Experience the all NEW Guinness World Records Adventure in Gatlinburg! Enjoy Cool Interactive Games, New Challenges to Test Your Skills and Attempt to Break a World Record! Enjoy New Kid Zones, Trivia, Themed Galleries and Videos! See Amazing Records, Unbelievable Exhibits and Famous Memorabilia including Wrigley Field Seats, World’s Largest Pacman Game, Smallest Door, Clothing from the Tallest and Shortest People and Much More!

Located in downtown Gatlinburg, traffic light #6.
Children 2 and under are FREE!

Reserve Pigeon Forge Customer Reviews

4 Reviews
Stephanie Fleming
swainsboro, GA
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"So much fun!"
April, 2018
Several interactive experiences for the whole family. We all had fun and were surprised at how much there was to do!
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"Out of Ordet"
September, 2017
More than half of the better more popular games were broken or wore out and not working properly. It's criminal what they charge and the poor condition of everything. After the horrible experience we had here kept us from going into anything Ripley. Including the aquarium. Handicap access is terrible.
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Tip: Waste of time and money.

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Lisa Knopsnyder
Somerset, PA
24 Reviews
Verified Traveler
October, 2015
Was fun but a bit old.
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Nichole Gilliam
Vanceburg , KY
4 Reviews
Verified Traveler
March, 2015
I really enjoyed the guinness world records museum. It had a lot of different and interesting things as well as a lot of interactive activities. The only issue that I had was that the exit at the end of the museum takes you out of the back side of the building instead of the front where you came in at so you then have to find your way back around to where you were.
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Tip: We were asked to show our ID's to get in with the reserve gatlinburg e-tickets.

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Nashville, Tennessee
"Fun place for all ages"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed January 15, 2019 NEW
This was not our first time to Gatlinburg but the first time to try out the World Records Adventure. I was skeptical going in, especially because the entrance is very small. However, there are lots of interactive exhibits and they were really fun. Great for small kids to grown-ups, you can try your skills or just read about the different world records. Interesting and worth a couple hours. The only downside was that there were a couple exhibits that didn't work right or were broken. But that was minimal compared to everything there.
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Sarah S
Mason, Ohio
"Active fun for competitive teens and tweens"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed December 29, 2018 NEW
We went close to opening time and had most of the games to ourselves. It also allowed everyone in our party to see their name on the daily leaderboards. All of us loved it, but we are all very active and competitive, so competing for records was right up our alley!
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Deltona, Florida
"Nice interactive fun at a considerable expense"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed December 27, 2018 NEW
This was one of the things we wanted to do since we enjoy following world records. While the place was very interesting and considerably interactive, you can literally do the whole place in 30 minutes. The place is quite small but what keeps you in the place is all the neat games you can play and try to beat whatever score is there. We spent with a family of four $55.83 with a coupon for all four of us. Out of all the things we did in town, this one was neat but quite pricey considering the amount of time we spent in the place. To get the most of the experience, you can pay an additional $2.50 per person to have a card that keeps track of your scores as you go through the games; keep in mind some games will not work without this as we found out the hard way. Side note: Be mindful there are discounts all over the city for things to do so don't pay full price for anything. Even parking, there was a church called Christ in the Smokies Museum and Gardens we parked there for $5 all day while others where $8 and above (even timed). The location is great too as it's in the middle of town.
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Englewood, Florida
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed December 16, 2018
The interactive games keep the kids entertained in the museum since it is just not all "looking and reading." I have been with kids 10-16 and they all enjoyed the activities.
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"Don't bother!"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed December 11, 2018
This was an utter waste of money. Had my party known ahead of time what this 'attraction' consisted of, we could have spent our near $60 on something worthwhile. I was told it had changed in the past few years- for the worse. It seemed nothing but an arcade or carnival game place in a run down building.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Guinness World Records Adventure

How long does a tour of the Guinness World Records Adventure take?It takes guest approximately one hour to tour the museum.

Are cameras/audio/video allowed at the museum?
Yes. We encourage guests to bring cameras and video cameras.