Ticket valid for unlimited admissions all day. Come and go as you please.Close
Ticket valid for unlimited admissions all day to WonderWorks and one game of lazer tag.Close
With more than 35,000 square feet of exciting and educational entertainment, WonderWorks is a kid-friendly indoor amusement park that’s ranked one of the top things to do in Pigeon Forge. The popular attraction offers more than 100 interactive exhibits and activities that inspire imagination, logic and creativity, and include a glow-in-the-dark indoor ropes course, a laser tag arena, and more.
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We visited over Martin Luther King weekend with a nine year old and had high expectations. Overall, it was a good way to kill a few hours on a slow day but it left a lot to be desired. It seemed like most of their interactive exhibits either didn't work or had absolutely no instructions, particularly their flight simulators and touchless air hockey. When so much of this facility is geared toward children, this is both disappointing and frustrating. At $25 for adults and $17 for kids before tax, expectations were higher. They have a batting cage type area that features multiple sports. Again, the instructions weren't the clearest. The most disappointing part of this is there is no time limit on how long a person can spend on this activity. Therefore while many folks took turns, once people start playing each of the four or five game options, a line quickly forms. Along with another family, we asked a worker about this and received a blank stare, a shrug of the shoulders and were told, "I don't know, man." The good news is, our nine year old got to say she went there. The better news is, it's done and now we know we have no reason to return.
This place was amazing. Everyone should explore all of the neat treasures inside. Be prepared for a work out if you dare to participate in some of the activities. I learned a whole ton.
Old Bridge, NJ
WonderWorks is a fun place to go. There really are so many things to do inside. Our experience started off on the right foot when the cashier offered us a firefighter discount (she noticed our fire dept. shirts and asked for i.d.) I was then pleasantly surprised to find that almost all of the exhibits were fully functioning, because over the years we've been to several hands on museums (including another WonderWorks) that tend to have a lot of out of order signs. It is true that most of the more exciting exhibits have a weight limit but it should be obvious that that is for safety. While you are there make sure you check out some of the smaller exhibits too. I think my husband and I were most impressed by the head of Albert Einstein that follows you wherever you stand in the room. Biggest disappointment was the music trivia station, because although we tried very hard to play along it was so difficult to hear the music for that game. Hopefully management can make a simple adjustment to the volume, or move it to a quieter section of the museum. Overall, it was a fun couple of hours and I'm glad we checked it out.
My daughter wanted to go so bad. We went and it was ok for the adults. She loved this place it did have alot of exciting things for her to do. She rode rides that were amazing. She was able to do exhibits that she was very involved with. She loves Science. Great place to take your kids.
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What are WonderWorks operating hours?
WonderWorks is open Monday-Sunday 365 days a year starting at 10:00am.
What will I find inside WonderWorks?