FAQs


Frequently Asked Questions for Our Location

Q. What can I find inside?

ANSWER: Over 400 Exhibits in Seven Uniquely Themed Galleries! You’re in control as you enjoy your self-guided tour of this truly amazing experience. Take as long as you like to view and examine some of the most odd and amazing collections ever assembled. Robert Ripley was considered the modern Marco Polo and the real-life Indiana Jones as he traveled the world for over forty years.

Q. How long does it take to tour the museum?

ANSWER: The museum is self-guided, allowing you to walk through at your leisure.  Time allotment is recommended to be from 1 to 1 ½ hours.

Q. Can I take pictures?

ANSWER: Yes, we encourage both photos and videos to record your visit to our attractions. Please share your experience with us!

Q. Where can I park?

ANSWER: Right on our parking lot. PARKING IS FREE for cars and/or motorcoaches.

Q. Is the museum wheelchair accessible?

ANSWER: Yes, we are fully accessible to wheelchairs.

Q. What forms of payment do you accept?

ANSWER: We accept cash, American Express, Discover, Mastercard, and Visa.

Q. Can I buy tickets online?

ANSWER: Yes, you can purchase tickets to Ripley’s Believe It or Not! here.

Q. Where can I find coupons or discounts?

ANSWER: Our coupons can be found in many places.  Various downtown magazines, maps and brochure stands offer our discounts, as well as the Visitor Information Center.

Q. Do you offer group rates?

ANSWER: Discounted rates are available for any group of 15 or more people. Reserve your rate today!

Q. Can I set up a field trip?

ANSWER: For scheduling purposes, please reserve field trips in advance.  After filling out our Group Request Form, we will contact you to confirm rates and times.

Q. Do you have a souvenir/gift shop?

ANSWER: Yes, we have a souvenir and gift shop right on the premises. You will exit the museum through our gift shop.

Do You Have Other Questions?

For additional information please call 417-337-5300 or submit your questions through our online contact form.