The Ripley's Believe It or Not in Irving, Texas is located at 601 Palace Parkway. This is just one of the seventy-four attractions that Ripley's has in a total of thirteen countries. Ripley's has been amazing people for almost a century and the tradition continues with the number attractions and exhibits it has to offer.
Ripley's Believe It or Not in Irving, Texas is open from ten in the morning to five in the evening with the ticket office closing at four in the afternoon on Monday through Friday. ON the weekends it is open from ten in the morning to six in the evening with the ticket office closing at five. Tickets may be purchased for one, two or three attractions.
Tickets to see one attraction are $8.99 for those from the ages of four to twelve and $16.99 for those over the age of twelve. Combo tickets which cover any two of the attractions at Ripley's Believe It or Not are only $12.99 for those age four to twelve and $21.99 for those over the age of twelve. There is also a three way combo ticket that covers all three of the attractions for $17.99 for those from four to twelve and $27.99 for those over twelve years old.
Ripley's Believe It or Not offers the Ripley's Enchanted Mirror Maze which has more than one hundred mirrors that extend from the floor to the ceiling. The maze of mirrors is fun for the whole family as it messes up your sense of directions. It may be gone through as many times as you like with one ticket. When you get tired of the mirror maze you can go explore the wax works.
Louis Tussaurd's waxworks at the Ripley's Believe It or Not in Irving, Texas offers a wide variety of wax exhibits for visitors' enjoyment. The facility is forty-one thousand square feet and features everything from historical figures to Hollywood figures. The waxworks also holds the collection of Robert Ripley, the founder of Ripley's. The figures include Billy the Kid, Jesse James and even a fairy tale era with Peter Pan and Cinderella. There are even figures of Adolf Hitler and tributes to movies such as The Wizard of Oz, Casablanca and Gone with the Wind.
The Louis Tussaurd's Palace of Wax at Ripley's Believe It or Not in Irving, Texas includes the Museum of Fear. It's recommended that you not take small children through the dark tunnels with blind corners. As you go through you will hear shrieks and screams while looking at figures from horror movies. The figures include movie monsters like Frankenstein. Visitors to the facilities can dip their own hands in wax to create a souvenir.
Ripley's Believe It or Not also has a replica of the log cabin owned by Abraham Lincoln made out of pennies and postage stamps recreate the Last Supper. If you are ever in the Irving, Texas areas you should make it a point to take the entire family by Ripley's Believe It or Not.