My family and I were provided with complimentary WonderWorks Myrtle Beach admission so that we could experience the fun for ourselves. As always, all opinions are my own.

Family in front of WonderWorksle Beach -

We’ve have seen the upside down house a few times but it wasn’t until we were in Myrtle Beach that we were finally able to go check out WonderWorks for ourselves. Not knowing what to expect,I was pleasantly surprised by how much fun we all had. Starting as soon as you enter inside the building.

As the kids get older, finding something to do that makes us all happy isn’t as easy as it used to be. Thankfully, WonderWorks Myrtle Beach, kept us all entertained. How could it not when there are so many exhibits (over 100) and things to do there. Letting the kids do what interested them (while keeping a watchful eye on them) was perfect since they have different interest.

Some of the WonderWorks Myrtle Beach exhibits include:

Natural Disasters

Experience the Tesla Coil, Hurricane Shack, Trivia Wall and more.

Fun Fact: Nikola Tesla invented the Tesla Coil around 1891 to investigate the electrical realm of high-voltage, low-current, and high-frequency.

Light & Sound Zone

Experience Strike a pose, Recollections or the giant piano.

family posing at Wonder Works

Physical Challenge Zone (this is the one we enjoyed the most)

Experience the Bed of Nails or Wonder Wall.

Lady on a bed of nails

They also have a Bubble Lab and virtual sports.

Mom and son with big bubble

I even tried their Pulley Lab

Fun fact: Pulleys make lifting heavy items easier by magnifying force or changing the direction of force.

Space Discovery

Experience the Space Suit, Mercury Capsule, Fighter Jets and more.

Adult man sitting in a fighyer jet

You can also climb through obstacles three stories above the ground in the glow-in-the-dark Indoor Ropes Course (which we opted not to do). Of course my husband and son took part in a Laser-Tag battle tat takes place in a black-lit maze. While they did that, my daughter and I got to experience the Wonder Coaster.

We also tried the Xtreme 360. I am not sure if it was me trying to convince my daughter to go or if she was trying to convince me but somehow we ended up on there. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to make it all the way around ( I blame my daughter, lol).

Mom and daughter on a ride at WonderWorks Myrtle Beach

I really loved that adults can have fun as well. We can actually be participants and not just spectators. Thinking of visiting WonderWorks Myrtle Beach? Want to find out more or get your tickets? Great! Simply click here to get started.

Tip: It was pretty busy while we were there so I would suggest getting there early so that you can experience all the fun things to do without a major wait.

Our family had a great time at WonderWorks Myrtle Beach! If you are headed to Myrtle Beach and are looking for other fun things to do, click here.