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We received complimentary tickets to WonderWorks to facilitate this review. All opinions expressed are our own.

WonderWorks is an upside down house. Seeing the attraction from the road gets you intrigued and you just want to see what is inside! My boys love this attraction and they enjoy visiting it every trip we make to Pigeon Forge, TN!

About the upside down house, WonderWorks :

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 its power.

During this experiment, something went awry, and the power of the tornado was unleashed inside 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 … the rest, as they say, is history.

WonderWorks is one of the top things to do in Pigeon Forge! This indoor amusement park is over 35,000 square feet of educational fun! It’s like an amusement park for the mind (don’t worry, there are also activities that will make you work physically as well, such as the indoor rope challenge—a favorite for our family!) When education and entertainment are combined it’s a WIN! There are over 100 hands on exhibits that challenge the mind and spark your imagination.

We love to explore the upside down house! Trying out all of the fun experiments and reading about the different stations is great!

When you walk in you will notice that ceiling is actually ground and the ground is the ceiling! You start by passing through the inversion tunnel to realign yourself and start your adventure!

There are 6 Wonder Zones for you to enjoy with your family…

Our favorite parts of WonderWorks…

Climb through obstacles three stories above the ground in the glow-in-the-dark Indoor Ropes Course, and compete against opponents in a fast-paced Laser-Tag battle in a black-lit maze!

If you are in the Pigeon Forge area, we highly recommend you visit WonderWorks!

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  1. Wonderworks is a great place to take the kids. We’ve been there a couple of times, and it’s so much fun. The kids love to be able to explore and learn in a hands on way.

    • Agreed! I keep telling my husband we need to take a vacation during the school year so we can make it part of our homeschool lessons—-Vacation Field Trip! πŸ™‚

  2. I need to visit this place, even though I don’t have kids, it’s like a trippy black light party combined with a fun house. It looks like such a blast!

  3. We were just having dinner at the Hard Rock, which is next door to Wonderworks. My MIL was fascinated with the structure. Next time she is in town, we are taking her there. It is so much fun for the whole family!

  4. Wonderworks is such a great place for the whole family to explore. I wish I could bring the kids there one day.

  5. Wonderworks looks like such a cool place!! Forget the kids, I want to go! LOL!!

  6. I have a lot of family that lived there and visited. I never got a chance to do so yet but I it looks like a lot of fun!

  7. The inversion tunnel looks pretty cool. All those black light glow in the dark activities look like they’d be really fun for children and teens.

  8. Jilly Spellman says:

    We are currently planning are vacation and this place looks awesome. We were debating on Dollywood and this is nearby.

    • You should definitely check it out! We have a whole list of places to visit when in the Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge area! πŸ™‚

  9. What a fun place to visit! Heck, I’m an adult and think I would love it just as much as the kids!

    • Oh, you would! You don’t have to be a kid to visit WonderWorks! We’ve seen plenty of adults in there without kids! πŸ™‚

  10. My kids, without a doubt, would love this place. Plus, I like when fun places are somewhat educational.

  11. This sounds like a fun place to go. My boys would enjoy it and wouldn’t even realize that they are learning in the process.

  12. I’ve driven past Wonder Works while in Orlando, Florida. I had no idea what was inside. We should have gone inside, I had no idea.

  13. I love science centers like this, I always think they’re so much fun for the whole family! It reminds me of my childhood when we would travel and visit places like this.

  14. Wow! That looks super fun! I’m sure my kids will love it here!

  15. It looks like you guys had tons of fun. Nothing like a summer filled with fun and activities. – yolonda

  16. Karlyn Cruz says:

    What a cool place to visit with my husband and son. I’m pretty sure they would love this place.

  17. I really wants to see this, I am sure my kids would love it. It still makes me feel dizzy when I see picture of this one lol.

    • Hehe! It does make you feel a little dizzy, but it doesn’t last long, and there is the option to skip the tunnel. My kids love it though! The whole place is great!

  18. Wow, this place looks so dreamy! My daughter would definitely have a blast there. Would love to visit someday.

  19. Natalie z says:

    My boys would absolutely love that! My boys enjoying finding places to explore and it seems like a good fun way to educate while on vacation.

    • It definitely is! My boys had a blast watching the magic show! They have been trying to do their own little magic tricks at home ever since!

  20. I believe I went to Wonder works when I was a kid in Orlando. I got a kick out of going into the upside down place!

  21. This place looks awesome! I don’t have kids but would go as an adult. Yes, I’m a big kid haha. I love the neon lit hallway. So trippy.

  22. Dana Rodriguez says:

    I have never heard of Wonderworks. This looks like a fun place to visit!


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