Children under 6 enter free.
Combo tickets available.
You and your family cannot come to Florida and not go to Ripley's Believe it or Not! It is so much fun to go and see the many different and strange things this museum has to offer! I have never heard anyone say that they do not like this amazing place. Ripley's is definitely a place for children and adults; everyone finds something that they are amazed by. It is expensive though but worth it! I would go again.
Family weekend with three kids ages 10,9,7.
Great little museum to keep you busy for a few hours.
My kids enjoyed it but I would recommend kids to be of reading age..otherwise you might go through it a little fast.
$D movie was good too. I recommend the combo pass with wonderworks.
We went here a few months ago when we had guests in town on a rainy day. It was a it pricey, but we spent a couple hours there so I guess it was worth it. There was a lot to see and read, but not a lot to keep a one-year old boy's attention. It would be better for older kids who can read or at least walk around on their own without running off. The exhibits were neat and the adults enjoyed it though.
We went to Ripley's Believe it or not while we were on vacation in Panama City. It is located right on the main strip to get to the main beach in a heavy traffic area. The price was a little higher than I would have liked to pay, but there were 3 floors of exhibits to walk through. We went with a stroller and there were elevators we could use, which was nice. A few interactive exhibits were the highlight of the visit.
On our last trip to Panama City Beach it was raining so we decided to go to Ripley's Believe it or Not! Museum. What great fun we had. Though a bit pricey for all of us to get in, it was entertaining for a few hours. The kids and adults loved it. It definitely had something for everyone.
This museum is very interesting and is best for children who can read. Preschoolers won't understand why some of the facts and exhibits are amazing.
I think this is a fun place for kids and teenagers to spend an afternoon, especially if it is raining or to hot to be on the beach.
Of course the kids wanted to go because it's shaped like a giant ship, but they were a little disappointed. I was too even though I can read all of the museum exhibits! A lot of it was interesting but it was a lot of information and even more disappointments. Some of the antiques are really beautiful but I didn't feel like I got my moneys worth. It was stroller friendly though and the tunnel at the end made the kids' day.
This brand new museum, built to resemble a luxury liner run aground, houses hundreds of strange and unusual exhibits. The bizarre gives way to the unique in a stretch limo plated with gold coins worth $1.3 million. For an additional fee, you can take a ride in a moving theater.