Brianna Rogers of Ashville, North Carolina breaks and sets new records at the Guinness World Records Museum in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.
GATLINBURG, Tenn. (WVLT)-- Inside the Guinness Book of World Records you'll find some of the most interesting accomplishments and now you too can set or break a record of your own!
Located in the heart of Gatlinburg; the Guinness World Records Museum is a place you'll find hundreds of unbelievable exhibits from different world record holders around the world.
The newest exhibit gives you a chance to become a world record holder right inside the museum.
Ryan DeSear explained "This is the only place in the world where you can break a record in a Guinness museum. It makes it extra special for those that come here to give it a try."
There are several different records you can break at the museum including; Most tops spun at the same time for 30 seconds, Fastest time for moving 10 beans with a straw and the Fastest time stacking 25 Legos with one hand.
"This summer we've broken 55 records here in Gatlinburg. I'm not sure what the world record is for a city but I'm sure Gatlinburg is close to it." said Ryan
The exhibit will stay around until something bigger and better arrives for the Guinness World Record Museum. We'll make sure to keep you up to date.
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