My husband and I and my parents-in-law stopped here one afternoon and had a fun time for four hours which was much longer than we expected. It was a Thursday and there was no crowd at all. The parking garage was cheap and we found coupons for $2 off per person in a little magazine we got at our hotel in Orlando.
There were lots of fun and interesting things to do such as experiencing a powerful earthquake which jiggles you all around and a strong hurricane that ruins your hairstyle. There was a small Titanic exhibit with cold water you can place your hand into which demonstrates how frigid the water was the night of the sinking and it times how long you can endure it. I only made it 32 seconds. For the daring, there was a bed of nails you can lay on. My parents-in-law really enjoyed playing a motion sensing air hockey game and trying the flight simulators.
We appreciated that everything to do in the building was included in the price of admission because they could have easily charged extra for the ropes course. There were so many fun things to do and people of all ages would enjoy visiting.