INSIDE RIPLEY'S95+ ATTRACTIONS WORLDWIDE

95+ Who knew, right?

A bit surprised perhaps? It’s ok, most people are just as surprised as you when they find out that Ripley’s operates a huge amount of different family attractions all over the world.

The infographic in this page should explain everything. You are also going to want to know more about our “ODDITORIUMS”. Keep scrolling down – It’s so worth it, we promise.


Ripley Attractions


INSIDE A TYPICAL ODDITORIUM

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Each Odditorium is unique in its architecture and in its collection of oddities and their presentation. Housed in very unusual looking buildings, each Ripley Odditorium is typically around 10,000-20,000 square feet and offers a self-guided tour through 400-700 exhibits.

There is a careful balance between the strange, the shocking, and the beautiful. In the Odditoriums there are works of art made from everyday objects, incredible collections, and strange hobbies.

There are exhibits from the worlds of science and illusions, hands-on interactive displays, videos, wax figures, cartoons, photos, rare artifacts, and state of the art special effects, all set in exotic themed surroundings, including spooky graveyards, lush jungles and scenes of natural wonder.


RIPLEY'S UNIQUECOLLECTION

Robert RipleyThe Ripley collection includes everything from micro-miniature sculptures, invisible to the naked eye, to giant 22-foot tall car part robots and enormous dinosaur skeletons.

From prehistoric to futuristic, the Ripley collection of over 25,000 exhibits has everything, including the largest archive of the personal documents of the legendary Robert Ripley himself.

His diaries, his passports, his major contracts, and thousands of pages of personal correspondence, are all part of the world famous Ripley Entertainment collection.


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