Most people have visited a Ripley's museum at some time in their life. I recently had the chance to take my family to St. Augustine and visit the Ripley's they have. I have a handicap daughter who uses a wheelchair type device when we have to go on outings that require her to walk too much. I had it in the Ripley's museum and the accommodations were not the greatest. There was 1 elevator that had to be operated by a man with a key. So that meant everytime you were done with a floor you had to call the man and wait for him to come and get you and take you to the next floor. Not only that I discovered that some exhibits would have been missed if you just stuck with the elevator. I didn't want to keep going all the way back to the beginning to wait for the elevator so I had to carry my daughter up and down the steps while my sister and her husband carried the chair. It was an inconvenience.
There was a decent amount of exhibits, but so many things inside of the Ripleys cost more money to use. I found that to be rediculous since we paid a fair amount of money to get in.
Overall, I give this place a C.