The Legend of the Upside Down House in Pigeon Forge
People often wonder why there is a huge upside down house in the middle of Pigeon Forge. Rumor has it that a secret research building was set up in the Bermuda Triangle by Professor Wonder and his scientists. One of the scientists was given the job to create a man-made tornado, but something went wrong. In the meantime, the windy tornado carried the building thousands of miles and landing it upside down in the center of Pigeon Forge.
When you walk through the front doors, you will notice everything is upside down. To be a part of all of the fun, take a short walk through the inversion tunnel and you will experience an interactive adventure that is fun for the entire family.
With hundreds of exhibits, families will enjoy spending time at the Wonderworks attraction in Pigeon Forge. Visit the Disaster Zone where you can experience a real-life earthquake. Challenge a friend or family member in the Challenge Zone and spin around on the 360 Bikes or race to the top of the Rock Wall. You can even blast into space and see what it’s like, from NASA’s perspective!
Located on the Pigeon Forge Parkway, Wonderworks is open every day at 9 a.m. Tickets for adults cost $22.99 while children ages 4-12 cost $14.99. Children 3 and under are free.
Take a look at the ‘Things to Do’ page on our website for each featured attraction in Pigeon Forge. Each attraction is a perfect place for families during their Smoky Mountain vacation. To book your stay at The Inn On The River hotel in Pigeon Forge, give us a call at (877) 391-1284 to speak with one of our staff members. We would enjoy helping you plan your stay in Pigeon Forge!