Wonderworks in Panama City Beach
, Florida has one of the craziest concepts you could possibly ever conceive in an attraction. The upside down building serves as a mecca for fun in so many interesting ways. From laser tag to the experiencing hurricane force winds, there are over one 100 interactive exhibits you can enjoy.
Several people may not know the back story on exactly why the building is upside down. So here's the scoop.
Wonderworks began in the Bermuda Triangle as a top secret laboratory. This lab was run by Dr. Wonder and his team of the world's greatest scientists. The powers that be has commissioned Dr. Wonder and his colleagues to artificially create an F5 tornado and harness the energy. During their experiments they successfully replicated the powerful twister, but unfortunately it was too late. The experiment went horribly wrong and the laboratory was carried by the tornado and finally landed upside down on top of a surf shack in Panama City Beach. Still intact with all the experiments still functional. The idea was to share the wacky lab with the public to let everyone enjoy Dr. Wonder's work.
Their 36ft tall ropes challenge course has over 20 challenges and lets you discover ability to rise to the occasion.
WonderWorks challenges the mind, sparks the imagination, and leads the
way as the top interactive attraction. Through innovation, entertainment
and affordability, WonderWorks turns fun upside down and inspires
lasting memories for guests of all ages.
Do not miss out on a work of wonder with the wonderful people of Wonderworks. Whew!!! Say that five times fast.
They are located across from Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum on Front Beach road and you can visit their website for more details about group rates and hours. Go get lost for a day in the incredible place and see what Dr. Wonder's genius has to offer.
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