Even though it is a relatively newer museum, many of the exhibits referenced older "records" and items of amazement. But based on the last 50 years of science and collective life experience, the exhib...
The thing about Orlando is there aren’t many good attractions outside of the park. Most are cheap thrill without a cheap price. Ripley’s is one of these cheap thrills—a museum lacking much authenticit...
My family and I vacationed in Orlando this past weekend. Our first night we went to Ripley's Believe It or Not. Sadly the hand wax molding was closed. We saw admissions to see if they would allow us t...
4 adults with FL military discount was $71.00. I would of rather of lit the money on fire. What an absolute disgrace. Tiny building, half the exhibits were broken and we did it in less than 1 hour. To...
This is a late post but my family and I took a day off from the Disney Parks in August of last year and spent a few hours here....we really enjoyed it...the restrooms make sounds that would have u rol...
It's not surprising that Orlando, a city known for elaborate tourist attractions, should take Ripley's Believe It or Not! a step further than some of the museum chain's other locations. Orlando's version of this oddity museum is housed in a building constructed deliberately to look disproportionate. The Bavarian-style structure appears to have sunken into a Floridian sinkhole. Like everything the museum hosts exhibits on biological anomalies to evidence of historical abstractions. Whether you believe what you see is a matter of perception.
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