Mar 6, 2011
Inside the main lobby, the topsy-turvy illusion continues, and beyond that, more than 100 exhibits await exploration as you move from room to room, each of which has a different theme. In the Disaster Zone, for example, simulators help you experience a 5.3-magnitude earthquake, or you can go head to head with hurricane-force winds. In the Space Zone, you can try your hand at landing a space shuttle orbiter or flying a fighter jet. In the Lights and Sound room, you’ll learn the science behind a variety of visual effects, or you can play a giant keyboard with your feet.
One of the most popular exhibits lets guests design their own roller coaster and then get inside a simulator that takes them on a ride, based on what they created. Other highlights include the Illusion Gallery—where some of the world’s most unique art pieces are more than meets the eye—as well as a laser tag area and a large video arcade.