Let's get the most out of your experience at Ripley's Believe It Or Not in Baltimore with this three-in-one package.
Visit the Odditorium, which features the largest collection of unusual artifacts from all corners of the world, including a genuine shrunken head, a 6-legged pig, a human skull drum from Tibet, rare African masks and so much more. Then prepare yourself for Ripley's Moving Theater; a state-of-the-art motion simulator where you actually ride the movies and experience every bump, dip and turn. Finally, find your way out of the Marvelous Mirror Maze, containing over 100 Mirrors with LED lighting and digital sound.
Each attraction is a fun family experience that will appeal to children, teenagers and adults alike!
10:00 am to 9:00 pm Monday through Saturday, 10:00 am to 7:00 pm Sunday
Please Note: Time shown on availability calendar is for booking purposes only. You are free to visit anytime during operating hours.
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For over forty years the adventurous Robert Ripley explored the uncanny and amazing mysteries of the earth. His travels took him around the world in search of the unbelievable and inexplicable. First published in 1929, Robert Ripley's works were read worldwide in over 300 newspapers, translated into 17 languages and held a readership of over 80 million. Each of the 27 museums worldwide are 90% unique from the others. Ripley's Believe It or Not! is proud to offer you this fantastic collection of the world's strangest oddities!
Ripley's stories of the odd and unusual entered millions of living rooms across America via radio. Among the rarest curiosities in the Ripley collection of unbelievable artifacts were shrunken heads from Ecuador, South America. Believe It or Not! - a shrunken head was once sent to Ripley with the following note: "Please take good care of this. I think it is one of my relatives!"
The practice of shrinking heads was once common among the Jivaro Indians of Ecuador. It was a ritual that had been handed down through generations. The heads of slain warriors were valued as trophies or symbols of bravery. When a fighter killed his enemy, the victim's head was removed. The skin was then peeled away from the skull and hot stones and sand were poured into the cavity. The head was sewn shut and boiled in herbs until it had shrunk to the size of a fist.
Please Note A trip through the Odditorium is a self-guided experience which can last as long as you wish, although the average visit time is one to two hours. You may use your ticket to go through the Mirror Maze as many times as you want, and be sure to get the Holographic 3D glasses to make the Maze even more fun and challenging!
Hotel pick-up not included.
There are no refunds. All sales are final.
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