Lonely Planet review
Housed in a hard-to-miss, upside-down building, this bright, loud, frenetic landmark is a cross between a children's museum, a video arcade and an amusement park. Several stories of wall-to-wall interactive exhibits offer high-speed, multisensory education. Lie on a bed of nails, sit inside a hurricane simulator, and measure how high you can jump.
Younger children may find the pulse disorienting and frightening, but older ones will probably enjoy the cool stuff there is to do. There's also a 36ft indoor ropes course, a 4-D theater with changing shows, laser tag and the nightly Outta Control Magic Show .