RIPLEY'S BELIEVE IT OR NOT, ORLANDO ODDITORIUM
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
The Orlando Odditorium appears to be sinking into one of Florida's infamous sinkholes. For over 40 years, Robert Ripley-- the modern Marco Polo and the real-life Indiana Jones-- traveled the world collecting the unbelievable, the inexplicable, the one-of-a-kind. All of it amazing and much of it extremely amusing. His collection is housed in over 27 museums in 10 countries. Each museum’s collection is 90% unique.
Robert LeRoy Ripley created the world famous Ripley's Believe It or Not! newspaper panel series, radio show, and television show which feature odd 'facts' from around the world.
Ripley's ideas and legacy live on in Ripley Entertainment, a company bearing his name, which airs national television shows, features publications of oddities, and has holdings in a variety of public attractions, including Ripley's Aquarium, the Ripley's Believe it or Not! Museums, Ripley's Haunted Adventure, Ripley's Mini-Golf and Arcade, Ripley's Movie Theater, Ripley's Sightseeing Trains, Great Wolf Lodge overlooking Niagara Falls, Guinness World Records Attractions, and Louis Tussaud's wax Museums.
Located at 8201 International Drive 2 blocks south of Sandlake road, just off (Eastbound) exit 74 - old 29 or (Westbound)74A - old 29A from Interstate 4.
Now that you've gotten to Orlando, how do you get to Ripley's Believe It or Not!?
Drive in for Free Parking, or take I-Ride Trolley to Stop Northbound #29 Southbound #30 from your hotel.
Need to contact someone at Ripley's Orlando? You can call 407-345-0501 during our normal operating hours (9:30 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. daily) 365 Days a Year. Note: Call for seasonal closing times.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not! is home to weird class family fun located just steps off of International Drive. Orlando's International Drive, and is Orlando's destination for attractions, shopping, dining, entertainment, Orlando hotels, lodging and more.
Once inside, you'll witness some of the worlds strangest oddities like:
- An actual human shrunken head
- A Peel Trident car (the smallest production car in the world)
- A portrait of singer Beyonce made entirely from candy
- A “Wall-E” robot replica made from car parts
- A 25-foot high mural of Jimi Hendrix made from more than 8,500 playing cards
- A very rare fossil of a T-Rex foot and lower leg
- Multiple miniatures that visitors can view through a magnifying glass
- A stuffed Alligator Gar that measures more than 8 feet long
- A balloon-powered chair that flew over the Rocky Mountains
- A dog sculpture made entirely of clothes pins
- New optical illusions, word puzzles and brain teasers
- Several new wax figures that visitors can take photos with
- A new shooting gallery for visitors to take aim and fire at different odd targets
As Ripley’s ghost says ..."Come in... look around... and see if you Believe It or Not!®"
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