6) Orlando and Panama City Beach, The Wonderworks Museums
According to legend, WonderWorks began as a Top-Secret research laboratory on a remote island in the Bermuda Triangle. During a top secret experiment a powerful vortex was released inside the laboratory, which tore the laboratory from its foundation and blasted it far away, landing upside down. This interactive science museum has continuous exhibits focusing on space, physics and mathematics. The unique upside-down design of the museum was the singular vision of Orlando native Terry O. Nichoson of Nichoson Design International. Visitors enter through an inversion tunnel into the topsy tervy Wonderworks Museum where you can experience man-made lightning and hurricane force winds. They also have a XD Theater 4D motion simulated thrill ride, a 3-story indoor ropes challenge course and laser tag.
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