Roboland, country’s first-of-its-kind amusement park, opens in Orlando

ORLANDO, Fla. — A brand-new theme park that allows visitors to come face-to-face with robots and technology innovation has officially opened in Orlando.


Roboland officially opened Thursday at 6464 International Drive. It is billed as the first robotics and technology innovation amusement park in the U.S.

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The one-of-a-kind experience will allow guests to check out robotic animals, interactive exhibits, food made by robots and more, providing a glimpse into the future of technology.

Guests to the museum will be able to see the world-famous Sophia the Robot, the most sophisticated that looks and acts just like a human being and has more than 70 facial expressions and the ability to understand, recognize and remember everything, and carry on a conversation as if she was a real person all with the help of her advanced artificial intelligence system.

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Also on hand is Titan the Root, the larger-than-life robot who made his debut on “Britain’s Got Talent” and has been rowing audiences ever since, including a shop-stopping act with Rihanna.

Roboland is open daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tickets are $34.95 for children and $39.95 for adults.

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Adam Poulisse, WFTV.com

Adam Poulisse joined WFTV in November 2019.