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Kids learn faster with hands-on activities, which is supported by the childhood photos of Thomas Jefferson swinging a presidential gavel. Visit an innovative learning center with today’s Groupon: for $15, you admission and a game of lazer tag (an up to $29.81 value) at WonderWorks Orlando on International Drive. Housed in a huge upside-down structure, WonderWorks is a mental amusement park featuring more than 100 brain-enriching exhibits to keep visitors entertained. Admission to the imaginative museum lets guests ride a virtual roller coaster, experience a 5.3 earthquake, play with giant bubbles, relax on a bed of nails, and claw their way through a 36-foot high ropes course made with strands of hair from prize-winning racehorses. A game of lazer tag is also included.
- We held our 10 year old son Jacks' birthday party here. The boys had a blast! The tricks, the pizza, everything involved just made a great night for the boys. Several games of lazer tag finished off the evening just right... OrlandoBlondie, TripAdvisor
- The lazer-tag opportunity that I personally could not pass up. I was very satisfied with the arrangement of the playing field, the difficulty, and the amount of time you get for your money. David, Yahoo! Travel
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From the outside, Professor Wonder’s WonderWorks laboratory appears to have flipped completely on its head. When visitors enter the upside-down edifice, they must first pass through the psychedelic, spinning lights of the Inversion Tunnel, which turns the building right-side up for families to embark on a full day of entertaining, educational activities. More than 100 interactive exhibits spark excitement around natural phenomenon, including replica mercury capsules that visitors can climb into, a gallery of mind-bending illusions.
Some of WonderWorks Orlando’s hands-on displays allow guests to experience the aftershocks of the San Francisco earthquake of 1989, throw a strike against Derek Jeter, and lie down on a bed of 3,500 sharp nails without so much as a scratch. Additional activities include the Indoor Ropes Challenge Course, which exercises bodies and minds as challengers navigate three stories of swinging beams and suspension bridges, and the XD Theater 4D.