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upside down building?

Discussion in 'Other Florida Parks and Attractions' started by goofygal, Jul 6, 2009.

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    ok go on, you can laugh at me :lol: but apparently there's a building thats upside down on idrive which has loads of stuff to do and play with??? anyone know or have I been had :nono:
     
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    I've seen it, but I haven't gone inside.
     
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    It's Wonderworks Central Florida's only upside down attraction  ||  Wonder Works My kids all call it the Upside-downie house too! We love it but don't go every time we visit Orlando. There's lots to do inside, scientific, learning and fun stuff including experiencing a cyclone, giant bubbles, electric chair. Great for a rainy day. :wave:
     
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    It's Ripley's, isn't it? I've not been in there, but it does interest me. We are thinking about taking our Seth some day...

    I know folks here have been in though. I'm sure someone will be along soon to share the experience with you.

    It is a cool looking building! It's built to look like it is fully upside down. Very disorienting! :D
     
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    Ah Wonderworks! Yes! That's it!

    Our posts crossed. Thanks Sunsetlakes for the good info!
     
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    It is a great photo opportunity and a cool thing to do on a dull day. Once done though I doubt you'd do it again.... you go up floors and do stuff on each floor.
     
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    Never been in but here is a shot from our 2005 visit.

    wonder works.jpg

    Maybe we will visit when we return next year.
     
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    I have some video footage of inside in the video and audio section. HERE
     
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    I've been and wouldn't bother going every trip but there might be a bit of new stuff every other year?

    You can build your own virtual rollercoaster which is cool, and there's loads of other fun-stuff to do. It's almost how I imagined the millenium dome in London. It's good for a 'day-off'- there is minigolf and a Ben & Jerry's nearby so you could combine the two.
     

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