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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This place is pretty neat. I only wish they had more exhibits. It is full of interactive displays and games. You can even try for the world record on some of the games. It has a small amount of everything, so keep in mind that it isn't everything. We thought it was neat and interesting. Tons of games at the end that are free and fun for kids and adults. We would come back again. I'm not sure the price because we bought the Ripley's pass and used it for here.
This attraction had a lot of unique information on weather sports games stars. It had a little of everything. It was fun with the interactive exhibits they even had a connect the dots where you just used your eyes.
I'm not sure what they charge to get in here because we got a package deal but it was rather a letdown. Some of the stuff was to interact with but as far as the different types of records , it didn't seem to present as much as we thought.
I have used Themis site for years and it has help sculpt my family vacation. With that being said if you look up Guinness World Records Museum on here it says stay away that it is a rip off. A lot of reviews say it's ran down and dirty, well I don't know how it looked during its bad period. But my family walked by and saw them painting it one evening so decided to give it a shot the next day, boy were we in for a treat. It was very affordable, the building was clean, and everything in the museum worked! Tons of infesting facts and interactive things for the whole family to enjoy. We stayed in the museum for at least a hour and a half and had fun the whole time. So please don't believe that it's ran down, take a chance and see for yourself. Trust me you will be glad you did.
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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.
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