One of Orlando's most recognizable attractions, WonderWorks (pictured) offers immersive attractions the whole family can enjoy together.

Updated July 6, 2021

If you've visited International Drive in Orlando, you've seen WonderWorks' iconic upside-down building at Pointe Orlando — and if you've been inside, you know that its mind-bending mixture of education and entertainment makes it one of our most imaginative attractions, and just like the rest of the destination, WonderWorks is prioritizing your safety with robust health and sanitization measures. Here are six ways to enjoy the famed "indoor amusement park for the mind" the next time you're in Orlando!

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Please note: Depending on the timing of your visit, some experiences may be temporarily modified. Learn more about healthy travel in Orlando, and check with your favorite attractions for their current status.

Wonder Zones

WonderWorks features six distinct areas called Wonder Zones that are perfect for family fun. From the depths of space to an art-driven journey of the mind, here's what you can expect from each. 

Natural Disasters

Fun activities here include a "hurricane shack" with 74-mph winds, an earthquake simulator, a recreation of the icy waters faced by Titanic survivors, and a giant, hands-on Tesla coil.

Physical Challenge

Here, you can lie down on a bed of 3,500 nails, make a 3D image of yourself using 40,000 plastic pins on the Wonder Wall, and create enormous soap bubbles. You can also engage in virtual sports, test your "pulley power" and play an innovative game called Mindball.

Light & Sound

Test your reflexes and try to beat the clock at this zone's Speed of Light game. The area also includes a giant piano you can play with your feet, presenting parents and kids with the opportunity to recreate the famous scene from Tom Hanks' beloved film Big! You'll also find other fun explorations of light, shadow and sound.

A child playing with the oversized Lite Brite wall at Wonderworks in Orlando.
Wonder Brite at Imagination Lab Inside WonderWorks in Orlando

Imagination Lab

Featuring a gigantic version of a Lite Brite dubbed the Wonder Brite, this area is also home to the foot-driven Alien Stomper, a digital painting game for younger kids called Fun Express, a forensic science exhibit, and hands-on activities with gears.


Gear up in a life-sized replica of an EVA suit used by astronauts, or climb into a replica of the famed Mercury capsules. Other features include Mars rover and shuttle-landing simulators, as well as an astronaut simulator and the Wonder Coaster, which you design before taking it for a virtual ride. For safety reasons, guests must be at least 42 inches tall to ride the Wonder Coaster. For astronaut training, guests must be at least 54 inches and no taller than 76 inches, with a maximum weight of 250 pounds per passenger on the two-seater gyro.

Far Out Art Gallery

Last but not least, WonderWorks' basement — which is upstairs, of course — is a gallery filled with brain-teasing paintings and illusions.

Laser Tag Arena

Step into WonderWorks' awesomely decorated Laser Tag Arena to outplay, outlast and outshoot other players. The area also features a video arcade that pays out in tickets redeemable for prizes.

Indoor Ropes Challenge

Influencer Katie Ellison and her family at Wonderworks
Indoor Ropes Challenge at WonderWorks in Orlando (Photo: Katie Ellison)

Set in a glow-in-the-dark environment, this three-story, 36-foot-tall ropes course features 20 different obstacles, including suspension bridges, swinging beams and lily pads. Guests must be at least 42 inches tall with an adult, or 48 inches when going solo, and no open shoes, dresses or skirts are permitted.

4D XD Motion Theater

Combining 3D film with special effects and full motion seating, this theater will transport you from your seat directly into the action. Motion ranges from subtle sensations to intense vibrations, and guests must be at least 40 inches tall to ride.

Photo Opportunities

Influencer Katie Ellison and her family visit Wonderworks
Famous Upside-Down Exterior of WonderWorks in Orlando

While you're marveling at everything inside WonderWorks, don't lose sight of the fact that the outside is pretty amazing in its own right! Photos taken in front of it make great mementos of your time in Orlando, and your friends and family are sure to love seeing pictures of it on social media. Of course, there are plenty of photo opportunities inside too.

Wonders Abound on International Drive in Orlando

WonderWorks is one of many reasons to visit Orlando's International Drive, which is a hotspot of indoor and outdoor attractions, dining, nightlife, shopping and entertainment. Check it out the next time you're in town!

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