Ripley's Believe It or Not! Orlando, Orlando

3.5
#2 of 19 in Museums in Orlando
At 930 sq m (10,000 sq ft) Ripley's Believe It or Not! Orlando, you'll see over 500 strange and bizarre findings from around the world. At 16 different galleries, expect to encounter unusual objects such as shrunken heads. See torture devices, fertility statues, and portraits made of ketchup. Look for a glass case preserving a real vampire-slaying kit. Solve puzzles, engage in thinking challenges, and get disoriented in a vortex tunnel. Photography is allowed, so don't leave the camera behind. Planning Orlando trip won't be overwheling when you use's Insprock itinerary maker.
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Ripley's Believe It or Not! Orlando Reviews
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  • We visited yesterday as we were walking past and decided to go in. So glad we did, Ripleys cater for all ages and is full of interesting facts and interactive things to do. Would recommend to anyone  more »
  • My boyfriend and I went last week. Neither of us have been to this Ripleys location. We thought it was cool to see the location was tilted. There was some very interesting and quirky stuff inside. It ...  more »
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  • The family enjoyed themselves. We spent about an hour inside. Resulted in a couple science conversations and discussions of why people alter their body. Most of the museum is "accessible" (you will be blocking other people's way, which means little turning) except for one room that is literally tilted (there's a bypass) and the exit into the gift shop requires a very sharp turn near shelves. The final portal can make you extra dizzy, but also has a bypass. Bathroom is only at the front and the close quarters means you want to go when you get there.
  • My boyfriend and I wanted to check out the Orland location of Ripley's Believe it or Not so we stopped by late on a Tuesday night. It was relatively busy, but we didn't feel crowded going through the museum. It starts out with some cool puzzles/brain teasers, then goes through some cool artwork made from random stuff like cassette tapes, duct tape, etc. They had a room full of all sorts of animal oddities and other random things, a room full of old school torture items and then to end the whole experience one of those twilight zone moving rooms. It was a really fun experience, but the only recommendation I have is to buy your tickets online - you save almost $10 by purchasing online before you arrive. But worth the price, especially if you have kids (we are just giant kids at heart, so loved it).

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