Sometimes the best way to find out about a place like WonderWorks in Pigeon Forge, TN, is to read the comments from other people, and there thousands of comments from around the country. Here are some of them.
From Louisiana a visitor said, “Glad we went. They had many interesting and education thing. Played laser tag also. The place was not crowed at all and the staff was super friendly and helpful. I would go again.” A review from a mobile phone commented that, “Husband and I visited and enjoyed ourselves. For the activities available it was worth the admission fee. There was enough for 2 adults to do, without having kids with us. It took about 2.5 hours to get through. We did nearly every activity and took our time. Thankfully it wasn’t a busy day, so no waiting!”
An Ohio visitor pointed out that “You can’t miss the building as you enter Pigeon Forge. Its upside down next to the Titanic on your right. The ropes course inside will take you 30 minutes minimum and it takes you up several levels of ropes…very challenging course. You must wear tennis shoes. There are a lot of army and military virtual reality games which are really cool. Also the Google Earth monitor is impressive – a 5×5 foot screen (find your house on it). Trust me, this is a great way to spend a few hours in Pigeon forge. it does get crowded though…so be prepared.”
So take the words of visitors who have experienced WonderWorks – there are so many different activities and interests inside the upside down building, that everyone in your family or group will find something to do and enjoy.
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