I had been to WonderWorks in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and I really enjoyed it. I knew I would get some déjà vu by visiting the Myrtle Beach location. Yes, the place is supposed to look like an upside down mansion.
Like the Pigeon Forge version, you have to enter the tunnel that makes you dizzy very first thing.
The first thing after the tunnel was new to me. In Pigeon Forge, it’s a earthquake simulator but in Myrtle Beach it’s a hurricane simulator.
It’s slightly more intimidating than the earthquake one because you can actually feel the fans rather than the fake little rumble.
Both museums have a tribute to the Titanic.
I don’t remember this Shaquille O’Neal comparison silhouette at the Pigeon Forge WonderWorks. I’m 5‘ 11 by the way.
There’s a lot of cool stuff that I would never try here
Their bubble lab was much smaller than the one in Pigeon Forge.
I don’t remember the spinning wheel there though.
The best thing the Myrtle Beach one has that the Pigeon Forge one doesn’t to my knowledge is this VR game.
While VR was a joke in the 90s, it’s quite the reality now.
Going up and down the floors was rather confusing at this one.
I did the bed of nails again, it doesn’t really hurt but I was a little worried I would damage my jacket.
I actually did well at this baseball game. I used to play baseball for about 10 years when I was a kid.
Some things there are only there for novelty.
Even if I was good at regular piano, I don’t think I could play a song on this big one. My feet aren’t that big.
They also had the ropes course, but it looked much smaller than the one I did in Pigeon Forge. I didn’t partake in this one though, not a lot of time and energy that night.
I definitely had fun here, but not nearly as much as I did during Pigeon Forge.