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Area Z51-Zombie Escape
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Area Z51-Zombie Escape

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You have 60 minutes to solve the puzzles!<br>Your mission is to escape from a room by solving puzzles, manipulate objects and search for hidden clues along the way
$29.00 per adult
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dausten14 wrote a review Yesterday
Benton, Arkansas47 contributions6 helpful votes
We got the VIP passes which wasn't worth it for my oldest kid because she still wasn't able to ride most of the rides. Lots of interactive activities, but a lot of them didn't work properly. Our tickets came with a free popcorn. My bag wasn't opened all the way so it was only filled half full when you actually opened the bag. It was so heavily salted you had to have a drink. I love salt, but this was popcorn with your salt. I think it was purposeful so you had to buy a drink. As usual, all the snacks were way over priced. The one ride my kid was able to ride, she wasn't able to move just a few feet without bumping into another cart. There were way too many carts for the space. We waited over an hour for the sky walk obstacle course. The method they were using for this was completely inefficient. After 1 hour 25 minutes my daughter had to use the bathroom so we had to leave without doing the activity. Very frustrating to have wasted 1.5 hours for nothing.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Jennifer P wrote a review Oct 2020
Spanish Fork, Utah326 contributions77 helpful votes
I feel like the thought behind this is really awesome! However I feel like for the price we paid the smaller children should have had more things to do. I would say 12-14 is a good age...before that they are really to small to do everything. They did a good job keeping things going with Covid, but you could see where they were struggling to staff certain areas which became frustrating. The snack bar was only open for popcorn and drinks. The gift shop was open with no one to help or acknowledge we were waiting.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Nana B wrote a review Sep 2020
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I came down to visit with my grandchildren (7 yrs old and 8 yrs old) and we decided to go to WonderWorks. The kids had been but were excited to go show Nana all the cool stuff. After paying full price to enter ($145 for 3 adults, 2 children), we went in but disappointment set in as there were at least 1/4 of the attractions that were not in operation or they were experiencing technical difficulties. For paying full price and not being able to experience all that was offered was aggravating. We had a great time but it would have been even better to experience all that was available! Maybe they should offer discounted prices when so many of the stations were not operating.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Theresa wrote a review Aug 2020
Pace, Florida12 contributions1 helpful vote
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Prepare yourself, this will be long: Wow. I can't believe we traveled 2 and a half hours each way for that. Can I just say that I'm happy I only paid for 1 ticket. (I won 2 from the WonderWorks Facebook page.) Even having 3 ticket vouchers in hand, we still had to wait in a long line for the one and only cashier working the lobby. Mind you, everyone is asked to space out 6 ft due to covid19, the line was out the door, and it was raining. Okay, that's fine, she was very polite and processed the vouchers quickly. You walk into the first room and you're bombarded with loud music and sounds. My 6-year-old immediately covered her ears (she has no sensory issues, it's just THAT obnoxiously loud). Just keep 'er movin', amiright? A few little things in the second room and up the stairs were fun, then we get to the roller coaster simulator. My 8-year-old makes a desperate plea to ride it. One girl is working, another comes up and starts running the second one, so I grab her attention to ask a question. She says there's different levels of simulation, one without loops, so my 6-year-old agrees to it. We wait WELL over an hour because the second girl that had come up *POOF* disappeared! So one girl is running one machine at approximately 5-7 minutes every 2 riders. Yikes. My kids are getting impatient, I'm starting to lose my cool, this IS.NOT.DISNEY. No ride queue should take this long. So my 8-year-old rides by himself, has a great time, loved the loops. I tell the operator, the 6-year-old doesn't want loops. We get in, what happens? It's the dang looped roller coaster. We hit the first loop, she SCREAMS and says, "I want to stop!" So within 20 seconds of this thing starting, I hit the red button. Ugh. Mom's miserable at this point. We continue on, a few more fun little exhibits. They both liked the bed of nails, the topographic sandbox, oversized imprint toy… The outer space interactions barely worked and weren't interesting AT ALL. Get to the snack bar. All water fountains are shut down due to covid19 and there's a policy against outside food and drink. My kids are super thirsty by this point. I'm not paying $7 for an Icee, so suck it up kiddos. (Everything on the menu was like being at a theme park without even half the quality.) Get to the ropes course. Cool. The one thing mom wanted to do. We wait in line over.an.hour.AGAIN. We get up there and things are going well. The 6-year-old gets on a rope obstacle and freaks. She screams. The attendant comes and helps her. We calmly turn to go a different direction and he asks us TO GO DOWN THE STAIRS. I am livid at this point. We've been up there for less than 5 minutes, my 8-year-old is already up a level higher, and I have to go down from the 1 attraction I was actually looking forward to because my daughter screamed and froze for a moment. So we're waiting for my son to wander the ropes course by himself, surrounded by popcorn all over the floor, and I notice my shoes keep getting stuck to the carpet. Nasty. I look over to the Snack Shack area, it's even worse. I watched a young guy come empty a trash can (pretty sure it was the only one in the whole building), but not once did I see anyone try to sweep up. As soon as you get to the 4th floor, be ready to walk through a sea of popcorn. My son finally comes down and had a great time, at this point I'm ready to go, and we walk down the stairs to find laser tag. Son begs again. I say sure, as they let up to 18 people in at a time at 6 minutes a game, so I can more easily judge the line. We wait for 2 games ahead of us, and everyone had a blast. Ultimately, they save the best thing for last so you leave happy. The kids did well with wearing their masks for 6 hours (which I'd estimate was a good 3-4 hours of lines), so they each got to pick something in the giftshop, which all-in-all wasn't too overpriced. If I ever win tickets again, I'd go and play laser tag all day. If you're a paying customer, save your money, play laser tag somewhere cheaper.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Monica H wrote a review Jul 2020
Indianapolis, Indiana5 contributions
Mi kids have a good time I love the level 4 the only place for adults but we have a good time a little expensive a little expensive for that they offer.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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