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WonderWorks in Pigeon Forge, TN

100 Music RoadPigeon Forge, TN 37863  
WonderWorks is an amusement park for the mind featuring over 100 interactive exhibits. It is 55,000 square feet of family fun.

The entire family will enjoy this fun, educational and totally upside down attraction in Pigeon Forge. Located at the north end of the Parkway, WonderWorks is filled with hands on activities and experiences that will delight and entertain all ages. And the upside down reference...well, you’ll just have to see it to believe it!

NEW Interactive Forensic Exhibit
WonderWorks is thrilled to announce the opening of its newest FORENSIC SCIENCE EXHIBIT. Experience the real work of a forensic scientist in the following three areas: fingerprint identification, 3D Facial reconstruction, and facial recognition.

WonderWorks takes family fun to new heights with the Largest Indoor ROPES CHALLENGE COURSE. Standing over 40 feet tall, visitors will climb 3 stories of ropes as they encounter over 45 different obstacles and activities; including a tire traverse, suspension bridges and swinging beams. Closed shoes required for this experience. The ropes course is included in the price of admission.

Test your physical strength in the CHALLENGE ZONE. Climb to the top of our gigantic rock climbing wall or check your psychological endurance as 3,500 Sharp nails rise beneath while you are lying on our bed of nails.

The SPACE ZONE is a great place to explore the depths of Outer Space . Explore life size replicas of an Astronaut Space Suit and Mercury Capsule. Better yet, take a seat in the Shuttle Landers and use your hand-eye coordination to maneuver the controls and land the Discovery Space Ship on the airstrip.

The SOUND and LIGHT ZONE - Jam on MTV drums and rock in your favorite music era, and don’t forget to strike a pose at Recollections then turn around and see what your very own shadow looks like, after you walk away.

Ever wonder what it would be like to experience a natural disaster? Now you can in WonderWorks Natural DISASTER ZONE. The 1989 San Francisco earthquake, one of history’s most renowned earthquakes, which stopped baseball’s World Series and collapsed a freeway, is recreated in the laboratory. Get ready to feel what a 5.3 earthquake really feels like.

The CONTROL CENTER promises endless entertainment. Kids from 1 - 101 will love our Bubble Room, where you can literally put yourself in a bubble that you created. Or stop by the Wonder Coaster to ride the roller coaster you have always wanted to ride.
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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.

Highlights

from Ashley, one of our Pigeon Forge Travel Experts
  • Over 100 indoor interactive exhibits.
  • Six main wonder zones.
  • Wonder Café serves pizza & snacks.
  • Glow-in-the-dark ropes course.
  • Laser tag arena.
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from Joan, our Pigeon Forge Market Manager
  • Fun for all ages.
  • Cameras allowed.
  • Open 365 days a year.
  • Allow 2-4 hours.
  • Closed toed shoes required for ropes course.
  • Wheelchair accessible.
  • Re-entry allowed on same day visit.
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from WonderWorks - Tennessee
WonderWorks is an amusement park for the mind featuring over 100 interactive exhibits. It is 55,000 square feet of family fun.

The entire family will enjoy this fun, educational and totally upside down attraction in Pigeon Forge. Located at the north end of the Parkway, WonderWorks is filled with hands on activities and experiences that will delight and entertain all ages. And the upside down reference...well, you’ll just have to see it to believe it!

NEW Interactive Forensic Exhibit
WonderWorks is thrilled to announce the opening of its newest FORENSIC SCIENCE EXHIBIT. Experience the real work of a forensic scientist in the following three areas: fingerprint identification, 3D Facial reconstruction, and facial recognition.

WonderWorks takes family fun to new heights with the Largest Indoor ROPES CHALLENGE COURSE. Standing over 40 feet tall, visitors will climb 3 stories of ropes as they encounter over 45 different obstacles and activities; including a tire traverse, suspension bridges and swinging beams. Closed shoes required for this experience. The ropes course is included in the price of admission.

Test your physical strength in the CHALLENGE ZONE. Climb to the top of our gigantic rock climbing wall or check your psychological endurance as 3,500 Sharp nails rise beneath while you are lying on our bed of nails.

The SPACE ZONE is a great place to explore the depths of Outer Space . Explore life size replicas of an Astronaut Space Suit and Mercury Capsule. Better yet, take a seat in the Shuttle Landers and use your hand-eye coordination to maneuver the controls and land the Discovery Space Ship on the airstrip.

The SOUND and LIGHT ZONE - Jam on MTV drums and rock in your favorite music era, and don’t forget to strike a pose at Recollections then turn around and see what your very own shadow looks like, after you walk away.

Ever wonder what it would be like to experience a natural disaster? Now you can in WonderWorks Natural DISASTER ZONE. The 1989 San Francisco earthquake, one of history’s most renowned earthquakes, which stopped baseball’s World Series and collapsed a freeway, is recreated in the laboratory. Get ready to feel what a 5.3 earthquake really feels like.

The CONTROL CENTER promises endless entertainment. Kids from 1 - 101 will love our Bubble Room, where you can literally put yourself in a bubble that you created. Or stop by the Wonder Coaster to ride the roller coaster you have always wanted to ride.
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Lisa Knopsnyder Somerset, PA
24 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"interesting"
Reviewed October, 2015
I've been to Wonderworks before. It is always fun. I love the bubble display and earthquake cafe the best.very interactive.very crowded
Tip: give yourself time to explore

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Reserve Pigeon Forge Customer Pearisburg, VA
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"No flip flops!!!"
Reviewed October, 2015
This place is easy to spend all day in!!! Great activities but make sure that you wear easy on and off tennis shoes. Somethings you need you shoes off and some you have to have shoes on that can not come off easy like flip flops.
Tip: Be prepared to stay all day and if so the Hard Rock is right next door.

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ALICE M. Nebo, NC
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Worth the Cost"
Reviewed July, 2015
This was our first visit, but certainly not our last! There are lots of interactive displays. I recommend it for all ages. This is one attraction that is definitely worth the cost! You are allowed to spend as much time as you would like during your visit.
Tip: Plan on spending a lot of time, because there is so much you are able to do!

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Brian Henderson Elizabethton, TN
8 Reviews
"Cool Place, Very Unique"
Reviewed July, 2015
This is a very unique place. The interactions here are very fun and entertaining. We have been here twice and loved it. The first trip was a little rough because the kids were smaller and the interactions were a little too much but the second time was much better because they were older and could participate better. Fun place but for little kids it can be a little much!!
Tip: Hands On Interactions

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Stephanie Plumley Mount Hope, WV
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"This place is awesome!!"
Reviewed April, 2015
This was our first trip to Wonderworks we are planning another visit in August and this is definitely on our agenda. I have three kids, 13,9 and 3 and they all were happy and completely immerged in this place. I had so much fun too. I would recommend it to everyone of all ages.
Tip: It is so nice that you can leave and come back the same day. That is so nice with little kids or just to keep everyone happy. If you get tired, hungry or whatever you can take a break and come back. They have something for everyone and the lazer tag was awesome.

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Kimberly Harper Shady Spring, WV
1 Review
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"AWESOME!!"
Reviewed April, 2015
My kids and I had an amazing time at Wonder Works! This is the second trip there for my daughter and I, but the first for my son. He LOVED it as well. So glad we made the trip. It was extremely busy due to spring break, but we still had a great time!!
Tip: Plan ahead!

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Liz Fitzgerald Salem, VA
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"great activity"
Reviewed April, 2015
Our family had a great time at the wounder works house. There was stuff to do at all ages . We do go when there was a field trip booked so it was a little crazy so we left and came back later that witch was a great feature! We come back to visit one of the wounder works location again.

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Gail Lay CA
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"awesome adventure for all ages"
Reviewed April, 2015
Easter weekend was busy but we enjoyed many of the activities there and hope to visit again to do everything we missed. My husband (a senior), my son-in-law and grandson really enjoyed the army exhibit with the simulated tank.
Tip: you have to get in line with everyone else even though we purchased our tickets ahead online..

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Danielle S. Wabash , IN
2 Reviews
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"It's not for everyone"
Reviewed April, 2015
It depends on what your child enjoys. I have one that is adventurous - she loved it. However, the one that is scared of heights & fast rides but is too old to enjoy the exhibits for the younger children - did not enjoy the experience. Overall, it was a neat one time trip.
Tip: The most popular attractions have lines that you can wait an hour and 30 minutes to get on.

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Dominique Stitt Birmingham, AL
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Very fun & adventurous place to visit."
Reviewed April, 2015
This place was a very exciting and fun place to visit for me & my daughter. There were so many hands on activities that she was over joyed.
Tip: Wear tennis shoes & dress comfortable.

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Sherry Ballard Chickamauga, GA
4 Reviews
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"Lots of FUN!!"
Reviewed April, 2015
This place has so much to do and 3 teen boys really had a good time...they really liked the laser tag too!!

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Reserve Pigeon Forge Customer Lake Placid, FL
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Very fun and also very educational"
Reviewed April, 2015
We had a great time going through WonderWorks. Enjoyed the Earthquake and hurricane simulation. Even the adults had a fun time. It is also a very hands on learning environment. The rope course was very fun and the roller coaster ride was very interesting. I love how they make it a fun place to learn. Definitely planning to take the family back again.
Tip: You can leave and come back in the same day (good for going out to lunch then going back and making a day of it.). Usually a line at rope course but is totally worth the wait. Be prepared for a day of fun.

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Reserve Pigeon Forge Customer Black Mountain, NC
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Interesting and fun place."
Reviewed April, 2015
We enjoyed the time at Wonderworks but extremely crowded. Grandson probably should have been a little older to really get the most out of it.
Tip: Use online tickets and be sure you have a bar code to get through the crowds.

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Lorie O. Huntsville, AL
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"WOW - Something for everyone!"
Reviewed March, 2015
This place is incredibly fun, right down to the pictures in front of the bathrooms. We loved that we could come and go, and really enjoyed the ropes course. Paying a few $ extra for unlimited laser tags games is a must!
Tip: Make sure to wear close toe shoes!

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Reserve Pigeon Forge Customer Hiram, GA
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"A lot of fun"
Reviewed March, 2015
When we arrived I was concerned that there wasn't going to be enough to do there. I was wrong. There was tons of activities and rides. My nephew wore himself out. We left to eat lunch and returned so that we could do more activities. We also played laser tag while there. We were exhausted by the time we left. Great fun!
Tip: Wear sneakers

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Vicki Hagan Seymour, IN
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Great place to visit"
Reviewed March, 2015
Went with my two children. They really loved the lobby. The inside was wonderful! Lots of activities to do. There was two school on field trips, so lines were long, but overall the experience was great. Will definately visit again.
Tip: Wear tennis shoes, will walk alot. plan a whole day here, will spend lots of time.

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Reserve Pigeon Forge Customer Mill spring, NC
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Loads of fun"
Reviewed March, 2015
We had a blast at wonderworks. Especially loved the new challenge of the ropes course. The girls won in my family. The boys chickened out!
Tip: Wear tennis shoes and tie your long hair up so you can enjoy all the rides!

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vanessa taylor knoxville, TN
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Wonder works"
Reviewed March, 2015
This was a very fun trip I enjoyed just as much as 8 & 6 year old will definitely be going back, love that you can come and go as you please
Tip: There is a weight limit on almost every ride! Most are 250 pounds

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Thomas Peal Fayetteville, WV
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Hours of interactive and stimulating entertainment."
Reviewed March, 2015
Great for adults and children. Most of the exhibits can be enjoyed by people of any age. This was our third time visiting and it's still fun and intriguing.
Tip: Be sure to wear closed toes does and don't eat right before going so you can experience all the activities.

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Jessica Adams Gladstone, MO
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"something for everyone"
Reviewed March, 2015
We had an amazing time at wonderworks! there was something new to learn about and experience around every corner and no one was left out. The kids were begging to go back as soon as we left. We will definitely be visiting again!
Tip: Bring a water bottle and plan to spend all day if you want to be able to enjoy everything.

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Jenny Caldwell Columbus, MS
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Fun for families"
Reviewed March, 2015
This was a fun hands-on museum for kids and adults. All the activities do have height and weight limits, so my 6 year old was limited on what he could do. Some activities required you to be over a certain age. The lazer tag was fun, but each game was only about 15 minutes. This did provide many educational opportunities.
Tip: age, weight, and height restrictions on different "rides" and activities

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Derrek McFarland Williamsburg, KY
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Less then impressed."
Reviewed March, 2015
We took my 6 year old there for her birthday. It was packed with people. We waited in line for tickets for about an hour. The lines to see or do anything were incredibly long. Not to mention the older kids and adults had no respect for the smaller children and would cut them in line.

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Bettina Cannon Elizabethton, TN
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Kids will LOVE it !!!"
Reviewed March, 2015
Kids (& adults) will have a blast and experience many new things. WonderWorks - Pigeon Forge is a place for "educational FAMILY FUN"! A place to get away from the TV - video games our kids love these days. You find new experiences around every corner. Our family will be back again soon - maybe even do a party there one day!
Tip: Purchase your tickets online to bypass the HUGE ticket line. (This is ONLY allowed if you purchase from the WonderWorks website.) :-)

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Kendra McPherson Callaway, VA
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"So much to do!"
Reviewed March, 2015
We loved Wonderworks! We only wished we had more time there. I would at least plan to stay 4-5 hours because there is a ton to do! There was stuff for the young and adults too. Lots of motion rides that I wasn't expecting. Great time!
Tip: Plan to stay a while.

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Suzanne B. Clarksville, TN
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Great time for all!"
Reviewed March, 2015
Our family had a wonderful time at Wonderworks over Spring Break! I (the mom) took my 3 kids ages 14, 12, & 7 and we played for 1/2 the day. There were many hands on exhibits and something for each one of my kids to do, and several that we all did together! The rope course was tons of fun! I also appreciated the fact that it was not huge and overwhelming that my kids had a bit of freedom to move through the rooms at their own pace. They were never too far that I worried. Also it was nice that we were able to leave for a bit during the day and re-enter at no charge for the end of the night. Very little people there the last 2 hours and the kids got to do all their favorites over again! Great time and money well spent.
Tip: Definately wear comfortable clothes and shoes, and no jackets need. We broke a sweat quickly! Can come and go all day on the ticket.

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Minnie Tangasi Gatlinburg, TN
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Wonder Workout"
Reviewed March, 2015
wonderworks was able to sound intriguing online and then follow through as soon as we pulled up. The look of wonderworks, the ticket entrance, everything was laid out perfectly for our group to really enjoy ourselves. also, as a group of adults, we found ourselves thoroughly entertained and worn out from the activities they provide; rock climbing, 360° bikes, the astronaut space experience, literally everything. It was great to really get in tune with our childish side and try to conquer everything. I would definitely go back again and probably go through it more than once. They had a friendly staff as well!
Tip: Wear your sneakers and appropriate clothing for running around to really be able to enjoy. Tap into that kid side of yours and you'll be sure to have fun! It's also best to go on a non busy day, even if you get the general admission (what we had) you'll enjoy yourself!

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Courtney Toms Kannapolis, NC
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"A great place for kids, not much for adults"
Reviewed February, 2015
We went to WonderWorks over Valentine's weekend. We expected there to be a mixture of fun things for kids and interesting things to keep adults' attention. We were quite disappointed when we realized that none of it was very grown-up friendly. The rides all had weight limits, so my husband wasn't able to enjoy them. However, it's an awesome place to take your kids to let their minds explore fascinating games, rides, and features!
Tip: Lazer tag is extra money, not very much for adults

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William Hensley Limestone, TN
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Wonderland"
Reviewed February, 2015
Great experience ! I went when I was 13 and they have changed a lot since then and added more. 20years old and still feel like a kid in a amusement park!
Tip: Fun fun fun

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Yvette Gates Jonesboro, GA
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Wonder Works= Wonderful Family Experience"
Reviewed February, 2015
This was a great experience, there was something for everyone. Provided educational opportunities for teachable moments.
Tip: Be prepared fun. Avoid wearing a coat in unless necessary.

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Heather Caton Chesterfield, MI
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"A Must Stop when in Pigeon Forge"
Reviewed February, 2015
We took our girl scout troop from Michigan to Wonderworks. Our girls were 11 and 12 years old. They absolutely loved it. There are so many different things to do and see. Our girls have very different personalities and each girl found something they loved. The rope course by far is the best around and keeps them quite busy. They didn't want to leave.
Tip: They have a little food hop on site if you want to grab lunch there. Make sure you plan to stay at least a half a day there as there is so much to do.

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Pamela Aquino Haw River, NC
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Wonderworks trip"
Reviewed February, 2015
Our family loves Wonderworks. This is our third time visiting and there is something for the whole family from 5 to 40:)

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Amanda A. Wilmington, OH
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"AWSOME!"
Reviewed February, 2015
This was well worth the money! The tickets are good all day, which meant we could leave for lunch, let the little ones have some quiet time and go back in the evening for more fun! I would recommend it to anyone with kids (there's even things to do for us 'big kids'). This will be the one place we come back to every year.
Tip: Wear close toed shoes (required for rock wall, ropes course, etc). Get ready for all day fun!

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Reserve Pigeon Forge Customer Decatur , AL
4 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"My favorite place in Pigeon Forge!"
Reviewed January, 2015
We go to Wonderworks every time we visit the Smokeys. Love the exhibits and displays. Great fun for everyone!

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484harrietl


"Small venue, overcrowded, confusing layout"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed February 09, 2016 NEW

I thought this would be a great attraction for my 9-year-old. But the confusing layout, the overcrowding, and one particularly rude staff member put my 9-year-old in tears after yelling at US when a boy from a visiting school SHOVED his way past me to join up with his friends - so my 9-year-old wanted to leave. She didn't have a good time at all. We had paid for the full package, with the laser tag, etc. and never even could find it. We ended up politely requesting our money back, which the manager handled nicely, and left. I doubt she'll ever want to go back there.

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J. L. S

Nashville, Tennessee

"Underwhelmed"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed February 07, 2016 NEW

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.

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Anonymous


"Pretty awesome "
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed February 07, 2016 NEW

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.

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Happy_m0m_0f_3

Old Bridge, NJ

"Good way to spend a few hours"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed February 07, 2016 NEW

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.

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1JMT

Greensburg, Pennsylvania

"17 year old daughter loved it"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed February 06, 2016 NEW

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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Frequently Asked Questions about WonderWorks - Tennessee

What are WonderWorks operating hours?
WonderWorks is open Monday-Sunday 365 days a year starting at 10:00am.

What will I find inside WonderWorks?

It’s an indoor interactive amusement park for the mind. Fun for All Ages! Experience over 100 interactive exhibits for all ages. Special features include the World’s largest indoor ropes challenge course, lazer-tag and Pigeon Forge magic show, The Wonders of Magic, starring master magician Terry Evanswood.
How long does it take to tour the attraction?
Allow at least 3- 4 hours but spend as much time as you like.
Can I bring food into WonderWorks?
No, outside food and drinks are not permitted inside WonderWorks.

Can I take pictures?
You can take pictures inside. Great photo spots in WonderWorks include: The Spacesuit, Mercury Capsule, Hurricane Simulator, Rock Wall and more!
Where can I park?
Plenty of parking is provided at no charge in the WonderWorks Pigeon Forge parking lot in front of the building.

What is the best way to dress for a day at the attraction? Is there any clothing that isn't permissible?
WonderWorks is a casual, family-oriented attraction. We suggest you dress comfortably. Closed shoes are required for our ropes course. No skirts or dresses permitted on the ropes course. Please dress family friendly.
Is the attraction wheelchair accessible?
WonderWorks is equipped with elevators for wheelchairs and strollers. Please view our ADA policy under company news on our website
Can I exit the attraction and return later in the day?
Yes, tickets allow unlimited fun all day, come and go as you please.
Are there any height, weight or other requirements for any of the rides?
Yes:
Wonder Coaster – Must be at least 48” (4') to participate.
Ropes Course – Must be at least 42" (3’6”) with an adult or 48" (4’) to participate alone. Maximum height is 80" (6’8”). Closed shoes required. Maximum weight limit is 300 pounds.
Rock Climbing – Closed shoes required. Minimum 40 pounds and maximum 250 pounds.
360 Bikes – Closed shoes required and 58” (4’10”) tall to participate.
Does WonderWorks serve food?
Yes, at the WonderDog Café. Take a break and pull up a chair to enjoy the fresh hand tossed pizza, hot dogs, popcorn, Pepsi products and more.

If I purchase the WonderWorks and Wonders of Magic combo ticket do both admissions have to be used on the same day?
No, they can be used on different days. 

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