Do you love amusement parks? If so, you should visit the Wonder Works Indoor Amusement Park which is located in Pigeon Forge. The attraction combines education and entertainment with more than 100 fascinating hands-on exhibits that spark the mind and imagination. This attraction was once a top-secret lab that was originally located in the Bermuda Triangle. Visitors of all ages will enjoy visiting this fun indoor park.
When visitors enter the WonderWorks Amusement Park, everything will be upside-down. In order for you to take part in the fun, you must be inverted. Guests will step inside the inversion tunnel and be turned right side up. After the inversion, your adventure will begin.
The park has several Wonder Zones. One of the zones is known as the Disaster Zone. One of the attractions within the zone is known as the Earthquake Café. This is a ride where visitors can relive the earthquake that happened in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1989. You will feel the power behind a magnitude of 5.3 on the Richter scale. Another attraction is the Hurricane Hole. Visitors will enter the attraction and feel category one winds up to 71 MPH.
Another zone is known as the Light and Sound Zone. One of the attractions in the exhibit area is known as Recollections. Visitors will walk in front of a screen and watch as your shadow quickly multiplies into various colors and patterns. You can all listen to music and bust a few of your best moves in front of a screen and watch as every movement of your body is mirrored and multiplied in vibrant colors. The amusement park offers its visitors free parking in the WonderWorks parking lot.