DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park, Orlando

2.9
#28 of 158 in Fun & Games in Orlando
DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park has video games, indoor rides, and character drawing lessons. In a windowless, five-story building, this interactive theme park is separated into four zones, where you explore, compete, play classic games, or create something of your own. Be the captain of your ship and shoot monsters, fortresses, and other ships to obtain gold. Design your own roller coaster and have a go at it in the simulator. Ride a magic carpet through Agrabah, become a pinball, or fight villains inside a comic book world, which you access using a head-mounted display. Food is available on-site. Put DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Orlando online itinerary planner .
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  • Disney Quest was one great place for families to hang-out during its glory days, before the time of 'apps"; it was an interactive play station " arcade-style" housed in 1 huge building and each floor ...  more »
  • I had the opportunity to go there several times since I'm a big fan of video games, it was a magical place where we could play from the classics to the newest releases, and the best, with infinite credit, that is, you can keep all games until you reach the end of all of them. I was very sad to learn that would close in March 2006 as announced, but Lucky for me luckily he still was open in may 2017. Are 5 floors filled with Arcades and simulators of different types and several toys like bumper cars for example. Is 10 x greater than Dave and Buster & released! There's no way someone who likes games not be happy there! Have snack bars with good food to resupply, it is to spend many hours there. Another cool thing that doesn't have us competitors are the colorful boxes for younger children up to be able to play the games, it was very important when I went with my little boy. Unfortunately it seems that now really closed and so building the NBA Experience in place, which to me that not a damn to the NBA will be a great loss. All the negative reviews here are clearly from people who don't like to play, then what the hell were you doing there? It is a pity that closed ...: _ (
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  • Simply the greatest collection of old and new arcade games. We never miss a chance to stop in. Includes bumper cars, interactive 3d games, shooters, racers, and more. Edit: Now that it's gone Disney Springs will never be the same.
  • Great fun for adults and kids
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