The fun starts outside this interactive science museum, designed to appear as if it was picked up by a twister before crashing upside down. Inside, you can experience what a 5.3-magnitude earthquake, as well as 65-mile-per-hour hurricane winds feel like. The new four-story ropes course includes 50 different obstacles for lots of challenge. In the Bubble Lab, you’re challenged to make a giant soap bubble (and stand inside). There’s even a rock-climbing wall and specially built bikes that make 360-degree loops when peddled hard enough. Perhaps the most bizarre experience here is the chance to lie on a bed of 3,497 nails; although the hardware is quite real and quite sharp, no one gets hurt because the supervised exhibit is designed to illustrate the principle of weight distribution. WonderWorks also includes a separate video arcade, laser tag attraction and magic-themed dinner theater starring master magician Terry Evanswood.