Guinness World of Records Museum
The Guinness World of Records Museum features hundreds of astounding exhibits from the famous Guinness Book of World Records and the new Guinness Prime-time TV Show.
There is an incredible line-up of feats, facts and records in an amazing display of unparalleled fun. Dramatic recreations come to life at the all new and expanded edition of Guinness World of Records. Go deep into a cave to see natural wonders, board the Ark with Noah and the animals, come to the circus to meet unusual people.
Witness breathtaking wonders of nature. See authentic memorabilia from celebrity record holders like the famous Elvis "Hound Dog" boat. Compare your height to
the tallest man. See the most expensive car. And, for generations of "Batman" fans, The Batmobile, the most famous TV car, rests in the Bat Cave at Guinness. All are designed to amaze, astound, delight and enlighten. Everything you see has really happened.
My husband and I were like children playing every game and trying to beat each other's scores. We'd even go as far as saying we enjoyed it more than any arcade we went to. Lots of interesting facts to read while having fun too! Definitely a must for anyone in the area.
My husband and our 3 sons(6,5,3) went here recently. This is very interactive. A lot of games to play and things to do. Some things you can even set official records on. We spent well over 2 hours in here and my husband and sons loved it. My only suggestions would be several games weren't working so hope they get those fixed soon and there needs to be more hand sanitizer pumps throughout the place. Other than that 100% positive experience. If you are close or plan on going to several(all) attractions I recommend purchasing the Ripley's Ultimate Fun Pass , it is good for an entire year and it truly is the best value.
Absolutely love getting to see all of the records through this interactive fun land attraction of world records. In a great place and so much fun for all ages!! We had a blast and can wait to see the other Ripley attractions.
It's a fun place to visit. We had fun playing the games and competing. But, there were many games and activities that were not working. It was pretty disappointing especially since it was somewhat expensive for admission.
Neat, if small, attraction. Going in, it looks like any other museum...then you go downstairs. Touted as chances to beat the world record, various video and interactive games allow you to attempt to beat the world record. I came close on pac man.