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“Huge attraction, far far too busy” 4 of 5 bubbles
Review of DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park

DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park
Ranked #80 of 419 things to do in Orlando
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Owner description: DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive theme park is a one-of-a-kind gaming experience in the Downtown Disney area. Discover 5 floors fueled by electronic Disney innovation and imagination, including virtual reality, 3D encounters and classic video games from the past.AttractionsDon't miss Pirates of the Caribbean, Virtual Jungle Cruise, CyberSpace Mountain, Buzz Lightyear's Astroblasters, Animation Academy and much more!Pirates of the Caribbean — Battle for Buccaneer Gold – Inhabit a world where blade meets blade, booming with swashbuckling action. Steer your pirate's ship, fire cannons at marauding buccaneers and race for the gold! (Guests must meet a minimum of 35"" to ride)Virtual Jungle Cruise – Plunge down a prehistoric river on a raft in the Dinosaur Age. Try desperately to avoid dangerous obstacles in the running rapids. With a touch of 4-D, you may even get splashed!CyberSpace Mountain – Design your own roller coaster on a computer, with special assistance from Bill Nye the Science Guy. Make it as scary as you want. When you're done, jump in a simulator and ride your creation in full 360° motion—if you dare! (Guests must meet a minimum of 51"" to ride)Buzz Lightyear's Astroblasters – Pilot your own futuristic bumper car ""Astroblaster"". The only problem is you're in a battle and always under attack! So you must fight back by scooping up ""asteroids"", loading them into your blaster and firing away at the other cars. It's an asteroid-blasting game unlike any other! (Guests must meet a minimum of 51"" to ride)Animation Academy – Be a Disney animator! An instructor takes you through the process of drawing a Disney character step by step. You'll delight yourself when you see what you are capable of creating!Mighty Ducks Pinball Slam – Hip check your friends in a life sized Mighty Ducks pinball game. (Guests under 48"" tall should see a Navigator for assistance.)Ride the Comix – Battle supervillains as you fly through a virtual reality comic book world!Aladdin's Magic Carpet Ride – Fly through the alleys and streets of Agrabah on a hunt to find the magic lamp and save the Genie!
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Leeds, United Kingdom
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“Huge attraction, far far too busy”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed November 2, 2012

Didnt know what to expect with this place but its basically a huge amusement arcade. Loads and loads of games machines, interactive stations etc. You can even build your own roller coaster then sit in a simulator machine and ride it. Flips you upside down and everything. There were so many cool things i wanted to do but couldnt as it was so so busy. Now im not a grump or anything but there were kids running all over the places, knocking into you and screaming their heads off. I know its a place for kids and they are in WDW but its was so busy you couldnt get on anything. We went in the afternoon so maybe in the morning would be better. The admission was included in our tickets so wasnt too bothered but if id paid to get in and it was so busy id be a bit upset. The place is so big too we got lost and couldnt get out! Will definitely be returning next year for another look and play (will have kids with us the too) :-)

Visited September 2012
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“Fun for the family, even for semi-locals”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed November 1, 2012

I was hesitant about even going here, but we had a weekend to kill and a small caravan to entertain. We set out with four adults and four kids (ages 12, 8, 5 & 4) for a weekend excursion traveling from Boca Raton, FL. Weve been in Orlando plenty of times and basically all the attractions, all the outlet mall, and even the city itself are all worn out.

We were undecided in either checking out Lego Land in Winter Haven or this, tThank goodness we choose this place. We've read all the reviews and basically took a chance.

To put in prospective, the adults grew up in the arcade era and most of these games maybe outdated to some, but well worth the distraction. The five floors was more than enough to keep us entertained for many hours and what's great each floor was somewhat "themed". You have one floor dedicated to old standard throw backs, i.e. Tron, Pacman, Galaga, pinball, etc, than move over to a sports related game floor, than to another mid-way style games and it goes on and on.

All the kids had something to do and not having to worry about not having enough tokens or enough money to decide on which games to play was a distant memory. The kids play over and over, and jumped around to their hearts content.

This puts the cost into perspective. If most of you may have heard or know about Dave & Buster (a more grown up version of this), the amount of money you would throw in several hours of entertainment in D&B would amount to more than double what you would pay for at Disney Quest. Out of town visitors should put this in with your vacation package or search out for local ticket retails for discount about $10 to $15 off the normal ticket cost. You shouldn't have to pay face value.

If anything, we would've got there early to spend more time than we did (the place stays open 11am to 11pm on weekends).

Visited October 2012
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“#1 rainy day place”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed October 31, 2012

My daughter LOVES this place. 5 stories os games, arcades, interactive activities. I recommend you come early to avoid alot of crowds as this place can get pretty busy on rainy days. One downside is that there are no windows so it can start to feel a little stuffy after a bit.

Visited April 2012
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Fort Myers, Florida
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 29 helpful votes
“A fun place!”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed October 30, 2012

This is a fun place, for a fun price. If you can't afford an extravagant Disney World vacation, then opting for DisneyQuest is a smart option. There are 5 floors of fun and it is filled with games for everyone. The best one is the "build your own" roller coaster. It is very interactive. The Pirates of the Caribbean 4-D ride is great too. This might take you the whole day to do everything. It is a fun place, could use some revamping. Some of the rides have not been upgrading. Nevertheless, it is a good time. The wait time for rides are not nearly as bad at the actual parks.

Visited November 2011
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Gold Coast, Australia
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“Had A lot Of Fun”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed October 28, 2012

First, the positives:

Many, many games. Lots of fun, you don't have to wait to try something, well, at least you can go straight to something entertaining while you do wait.

5 floors of games and lot's of interesting little additions that make for a good time for all but grouches and buzzkills.


The negatives:

Sure, a few of the games are outdated, that could easily be a positive in many people's books. It's fun to play retro games.

It is price prohibitive. I would flat out refuse to pay around $50 per person to come here, but if you have the multi day park pass with the add on, you can come here for an hour or two every other day and then it's actually well worth it.

All in all, it's plenty of fun if you get it t the right price and come on the right day, however come when it's busy and pay full price and you'll be losing "The Magic" that day.

Visited October 2012
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