Myrtle Beach's newest attraction is set to open Monday at noon at Broadway at the Beach.
Wonderworks looks like an upside-down building on the outside. Inside, you'll find more than 100 exhibits including trivia games, a space exploration area and a huge indoor ropes course.
A press release lists some of the exhibits as "the Design and Ride Roller Coasters, where everyone can put together their own roller coaster that moves 360 degrees in any direction; the WonderWall, in which people can create 3D impressions of their entire bodies by pressing into a wall made of 40,000 plastic pins; the Bubble Lab, where visitors can put themselves in a gigantic bubble that they've created; and a Velocity Ball, which enables guests to see just how fast they can pitch the ball to a major league baseball player."
The Myrtle Beach WonderWorks will also have an indoor/outdoor cafe.
The outdoor ropes course and zipline are part of the Wonderworks museum, although the outdoor exhibits have been open for some time.
For an inside look at the upside down building, click here.
Myrtle Beach is the company's fourth location. The others are in Orlando, Fla., Pigeon Forge, Tenn., and Panama City Beach, Fla.