Your single entry ticket includes hundreds of astounding exhibits from the famous Guinness Book of World Records and the new Guinness Primetime TV Show. Re-entry not allowed.Close
See the amazing Guinness Book of World Records come to life through incredible displays, cool interactive games, trivia, themed galleries and new videos! Compare your height to the Tallest Man, test your skills, take the challenge and attempt to break a World Record! Hundreds of unbelievable exhibits and authentic memorabilia from celebrity record-holders like Elvis, The Beatles and much more!
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My family and I went here because we bought combo tickets. There were a couple of neat things in the place, but the majority was pointless. There were a couple of exhibits that were broken. I would not suggest this place. Save your money.
I think they've hurt themselves by adding this into the bundle package of the Ripley's Odditorium & Aquarium (didn't see the others so I can't speak for the other bundle options). They haven't updated some of the exhibits and they still have that bright paint slapped on concrete feel of places that would only look interesting to children. The text was interesting to read and there were a couple of displays that were definitely mind boggling...but it was touch and go. They had some interactive exhibits that had you test yourself against the records but only about half of them worked. The ones that did work were perfect in keeping my husband and I engaged in healthy competition between ourselves and each other. It just needs a facelift.
This place is horrible. It it outdated and a big waste of money. 90% of all the interactive things that would have made this place half way decent did not work! Do not waste your time and money.
I like to read and,and I love interesting facts. You will,like this.. It's,more geared for adults than children or teenagers . Teenagers and kids will be bored. We parked in the the middle of The River Edge and parking was free. You can also take pictures down there. A lot of people,don't know there is a sidewalk down there. Its to take pictures by the the river rocks. There is also benches down there to sit and to get away from the crowd.
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How long does a tour of the Guinness World Records Museum take?
It takes guest approximately one hour to tour the museum.
Are cameras/audio/video allowed at the museum?
Yes. We encourage guests to bring cameras and video cameras.