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Water Works

Interaction and Exploration

Gather around WaterWorks for some sensory-friendly fun! Our Ultra-Accessible™ water table features 10 interactive elements, 40-feet of flowing water, and a recessed base for wheelchair accessibility.
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Learning Through Sensory Play

Have you ever seen a water-incorporated sensory bin? WaterWorks is that times ten! It’s not just fun but also educational. Through play, guests can learn about physics by redirecting streams of water with creative pipe designs or use the attraction’s built-in geysers to launch a ball into a corral – trust us, this is just as fun as it is satisfying! If you’re looking to take your splashing to the next level, you’re sure to love Morgan’s Inspiration Island during the summer months.

The water play area was her absolute favorite part of the visit. It is nice that they have the tables set up at different heights so that all kids can reach and play. The little water squirting fountains around the edges was also nice, they were within easy reach for her to enjoy. We would definitely return for another visit.

Attraction Facts

Water provides a great sensory experience and helps develop fine and gross motor skills. Plus, the sound of running water at WaterWorks can prove to be quite soothing!

Did you know?

“WaterWorks At Home” was the most popular episode of our at-home learning series in 2020. Check out the video below!

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Wednesday September 22
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