Things that Visitors Ask Us Often

Q. What is in the Museum?

A. Our museum has over 350 exhibits in 11 themed galleries. Exhibits range from an 8’ tall Transformer and a 900 pound Millennium
Falcon made from car parts to a two headed cow and a genuine shrunken head. Guests spend, on average, between 1 and 1 ½ hours touring the museum.

Q. What goes on in the 4D Theater?

A. We have two different shows running in our theater. They alternate every half hour starting one hour after we open. The shows are similar to an amusement park ride, only the chairs do not move so no one gets tossed around. Each show is about 15 minutes long. You watch them with 3D glasses while we spray you with air and water, tickle your legs and several other surprises. The shows themselves are appropriate for all ages, although sometimes small children are scared of the dinosaurs.

Q. How much does the Laser Race cost?

A. Each run through the Laser Race is $2. Every ticket purchased at the gate includes 1 free race and extra races can be purchased at the front gate or at the Laser Race itself.

Q. Are your exhibits different from other Ripley’s?

A. Yes! Everything is real and unique. Some of the museums may have a few of the same wax figures, but the artifacts are all unique to each show.

Q. Are the attractions wheelchair accessible?

A. We are ADA compliant and we have 4 available spaces in our 4D Theater specially designed for guests in wheelchairs.

Q. Where can I park?

A. We have ample and free parking at the Museum.

Q. Do you have a snack bar?

A. We do not allow food or beverages in the attractions, but there are approximately 20 restaurants with in a 1 mile radius of our location.

Q. What forms of payment do you accept?

A. We accept cash, credit (VS/AMEX/MC) and traveler checks.

Q. Can I take pictures?

A. Yes. You may take as many pictures as you’d like.

Q. How old do you have to be to enter by yourself?

A. You must be 13 or older to be in the attractions by yourself. Anyone 12 and under must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.