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Sunday, Sep. 14, 2014

Crazy tourist sites

Posted Tuesday, January 1, 2013, at 2:51 PM

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I really couldn't believe my eyes, when I saw this wild upside-down building on Beach Boulevard in Panama City Sunday. I don't know if it's open during the off season, but it wasn't open when we were there.
Wonder Works in Panama City

I took this photo Sunday but had no idea what I was seeing. Later, I googled it and found the description below. It sounds like something a bit too active for me, but I'm sure my grandchildren would love it!

Description: WonderWorks™ is an amazing Panama City Beach attraction where scientific principles and fun come together to provide an unrivaled educational experience. The laws of nature and probability interact with human skills and perceptions to create some of the most mind-boggling, head-scratching virtual challenges, mental challenges and physical challenges. Compete with yourself or friends in this unusual WonderWorks™ Florida attraction which has the largest interactive game facility and scientific displays anywhere. Over 100 exhibits and challenges await the eager participant. WonderWorks™ Panama City Beach is a four-story interactive fun lab housed in an eye-catching upside down building cradled at the "PCB Pointe," where Middle Beach, Front Beach Roads and North Thomas Drive intersect -- across from Ripley's Believe It or Not!® Museum.



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Madeline (Giles) DeJournett is the Advance writer for the North Stoddard Countian. A retired high school English/history teacher, she spent 32 years teaching in 5 schools in Missouri and Alaska. These days, she lives quietly with a menagerie of wild and domestic animals on 52 secluded acres in the remote Tillman hills south of Advance. She graduated from Dexter High School in 1960 and Southeast Missouri State in 1964. She can be contacted at advancensc@sbcglobal.net or by phone at 573-722-5322.
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