We purchased tickets to all three attractions because it's cheaper than buying them individually. First we stopped at the mirror maze which was just okay but became a bit boring when it filled with a lot of people because you end up just following the people in front of you instead of attempting to find your own way out.
The second attraction was a 3D movie. It's a movie theater with seats that lean forwards and backwards and bounce around a bit. Sometimes gusts of air blow in your face or against the back of your legs which made a lot of us yell and laugh. There was even fake snow! They show two short movies consecutively which don't last any longer than about 10 minutes in total. It was fun.
The museum was interesting but seemed too short. The entrance to the museum is outside the building on the first level which is also where there's a huge food court. I've been to the Ripley's in San Antonio and I remember it being longer with more exhibits but the Baltimore Ripley's seemed very small and lacked a lot of the more fascinating things that San Antonio had. Most of the museum is of small exhibits and you have to do a lot of reading to find out what everything is. It took about 10 minutes to walk through the museum and although it was interesting we wish it had more exhibits.
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