Ages 3 and under are free.
$2 coupon available on the site
This was a fun exhibit for me as a teenager and I recall seeing some weird but really neat things. Kind of like a museum of the weird and some things you wish you hadn't seen. Nothing I'd consider too bad, but probably not something you'd want to take your young child to see.
Use your parental discretion on the age appropriateness of this attraction. In our opinion, mouse fetus wine, edible maggot jewelry, and a four-eyed man might be a little disconcerting to the very young.
One of the many Ripley’s around the country, this 10,000-square-foot structureopened in 1990 with an “Odditorium” featuring a unique collection of the bizarre, the strange, and the beautiful found during the worldwide travels of adventurer Robert Ripley, born on Christmas Day 1893. Some of the exhibits are educational, like the 200 B.C. Venus de Milo statue, Chinese art, and primitive currency.