San Antonio's newest attraction, this multimillion-dollar downtown entertainment complex just keeps growing -- and getting better. Ripley's Haunted Adventure, which debuted in 2002, is a 10,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art haunted house (if that's not a contradiction in terms), combining live actors, animatronics, and lots of special effects. The Guinness Museum, opened in 2003, brings the famed record book to life with such hands-on exhibits as a drum set that lets you see how hard it is to best the most-drum-beats-per-minute record and a multiple-choice quiz room where you can guess at the actual world record. Tomb Rider 3D, opened in 2007, combines a theme park-style ride through ancient tombs, with an interactive video game format where you shoot the mummies and spirits you encounter on the trip.
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