Twenty dollars. Yes, $20. I am still trying to get over it. I took a look at the outside and thought "anyone who puts so much expense and effort into a place must have created something amazing inside". So I paid my $20 (still can't quite believe it) and wandered around, hoping that I would shortly be getting to the pièce de resistance...only to find the exit.
I actually turned around and went all the way back through the place to find what I had missed...walked back past the Microsoft Flight Sim 2004 (not working - just said "Paused. Press P to continue" but there was no keyboard), past the "see how you'll look in 20 years' time" exhibit (same as you can do for free on the internet), past the "feel like you're in an earthquake or hurricane or something" exhibit (just stand next to a bus for the same effect, it's free), past the "isn't stereophonic sound amazing" (you sit in a booth with a speaker next to each ear and hear sounds in STEREO! Wow!) and found that I hadn't missed anything. Oh dear. It's as if someone built the magnificent upside down exterior and then thought..."hmmm...what can we put inside it? We've only got about fifty bucks left to fill the place. Okay...eBay....search...keywords: broken museum exhibit under $50".
The exhibits are exactly the same as you'd have found next to the cafe in a museum about 10 years ago to keep the kids occupied while you have a coffee - the sort of things that even the kids say are really lame - broken, dirty, boring, and waaay less exciting than their Playstation/Wii/etc. and only very mildly educational. I don't know what else is in that building - it's pretty big - but there are only a few fairly small rooms inside. Maybe most of it is taken up by the laser-shooting-tag game (like you used to see in run-down areas of London a few years back) which costs extra.
I've just returned from this "educational theme park" (!!!!) and am not the sort of person to go online and rant about things...but feel so angry at being so blatantly ripped off. Grrrrrrr. Do not go to this place even if it's free - especially if you are on holiday here, you will just kick yourself for having wasted your time. I did have a $1.50 off coupon which brought the price down to $19.60 or so (the joy of sales tax).
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