Extreme Weather ZoneNikola Tesla invented the Tesla Coil around 1891 to investigate the electrical realm of high-voltage, low-current, and high-frequency.

Some Tesla Coils create electric fields powerful enough to generate electricity to wirelessly power up a fluorescent light up to 50 feet away.

Become a human lightning rod as you place your hand through the mesh, steel armor glove and watch while the Tesla Coil emits …

100,000 Volts


Extreme Weather ZoneIn 1989, an earthquake struck the San Francisco Bay Area of California, collapsing a freeway and interrupting a World Series game between the Oakland A’s and San Francisco Giants.

What does an earthquake feel like and how do they rate them? Learn this and more!

Relive the Quake of ’89 and feel the power behind a magnitude of 5.3 on the Richter scale.

Must be 36″ tall to ride Earthquake.


Extreme Weather ZoneHold on tight! You don’t want to be blown away!

Leaving its own path of destruction behind, the hurricane is one of the most common Natural Disasters in the world. This fast-cycling storm is made up of a low-pressure center, spiral collection of thunderstorms that produce heavy rain and sometimes hail, and powerful winds that can reach over 155 MPH!

Enter the Hurricane Shack to experience category 1 hurricane force winds of …

74 Miles Per Hour


Extreme Weather ZoneThe Titanic was the largest ship afloat in the early 1900’s, but after colliding with an iceberg in the North Atlantic Ocean in 1912, the ship sank, causing one of the most devastating disasters in modern history.

What did the passengers and crew go through? Does sea water and fresh water freeze at the same temperature?

How long do you think you can hold your hand under the icy water once the time begins?

28°F Water