Wonderwork, an eye-catching street-side inverted building, is originally an entertainment kingdom for children to Party in. It includes experiential teaching like science and technology museum, 4D cinema and so on. Of course, the theme is suitable for children to play.
Inverted houses are houses designed by European and American architects. In these upside-down houses, ceiling or floor, furniture or hanging above. In order to achieve more wonderful results, some builders not only upside down the house, but also tilt it. So visitors who walk around the building for a few seconds will immediately feel dizzy. WonderWorks is equipped with more than 100 interactive exhibits, 12 cinemas equipped with sports seats and a 36-foot indoor rope.
Brilliant for kids. We had fun making giant bubbles. Lots to explore, its a bit like a science museum with lots of hands on stuff. Very enjoyable. Close to the cinema and a brilliant tequila bar. Lots of parking nearby. Would definitely recommend if you have young children.
After many visits to Florida of having no idea what was in this upside-down building, we finally gave in to curiosity and paid a visit. We really enjoyed ourselves with lots of different activities that interest all ages. Being quite a quirky person myself, this was right down my street. Would happily visit again.
Thoroughly enjoyed by ourselves 10 years ago and the family last year - the upside down house - full of various technologies for all ages.
great experience wonderful staff and the show was great, i will do it all over again.
Yes, it's the upside-down building on International Drive. Fun and games abound, including laser tag. The outta control magic dinner show is fun. But the question in the back of my mind is, if you've come all this way why spend your time here instead of the theme parks?