Kids absorb information more readily than adults because their brains have more space and are still made of sponge. Soak up scientific knowledge with this Groupon.
- $23 for general admission for two (up to a $45.98 value)
Before entering the upside-down laboratory of Professor Wonder, visiting scientists must pass through the psychedelic, spinning lights of the Inversion Tunnel, reorienting themselves in preparation for a day of activities both entertaining and educational. More than 100 interactive exhibits inspire excitement about natural phenomena, including a replica of NASA's Mercury capsule that visitors can climb inside of and a gallery of mind-bending illusions. Experience the winds of a category-one hurricane inside a simulator, guard a virtual soccer goal, and lie down on a bed of nearly 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 several stories of swinging beams and suspension bridges, and a laser-tag arena (not included with regular admission).
99% of 294 customers recommend
“My daughter has Aspergers and is sensitive to a lot of stimulation like lights and sounds. She was able to enjoy the experience by taking frequent breaks between...”
“My daughter has Aspergers and is sensitive to a lot of stimulation like lights and sounds. She was able to enjoy the experience by taking frequent breaks between activities and letting me know when she was ready to go home. The staff was very helpful.”
“Great place! Kids under 5 are free. ”
“Nice, but smaller than the one in Orlando. ”