The Orlando Wonderworks was built in 1998 to look like a three-story mansion uprooted by a tornado and dumped upside down into the pavement. One corner of the Wonderworks building appears to flatten a 1930s brick warehouse. The inside of the building is built to look upside-down as well. The wacky design expresses the topsy-turvy activities that take place inside. The Wonderworks museum includes a hurricane ride with 65 mph winds, a 5.2 magnitude earthquake ride, and a Titanic exhibit.