DisneyQuest-Indoor Interactive theme park, Orlando

Categories: Rides & Activities, Fun & Games
Inspirock Rating:
2.8/5 based on 1,000+ reviews on the web
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. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to DisneyQuest-Indoor Interactive theme park by using our Orlando vacation generator.
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  • Great family fun, great games, great activities. This place makes adults feel like kids and makes kids feel like if they're in a whole new world. If you ever wanted to take a carpet ride with Aladdin ...  read more »
  • It would be five stars if we came a few years ago. Kids 9 and 11 love it. But got frustrated with so the broken games or rides. It must had been amazing when everything works. This being said the majo...  read more »
  • Okay...so I went a year ago with my hard core gamer son and we loved it. When we returned to Florida this year, he was so excited it hadn't closed and it was all he could talk about. So this time I se...  read more »
  • Pro: +once you're in, all the games are free. Con: -$45 per person. -outdated. -few games that were worth playing. -wasn't very Disney-like Walked in on a Saturday afternoon and found it to be almost barren. It looked sad... like a relic from the past. It looked like Disney didn't bother to update or add new games. Only a few games (pinball and classics) were worth playing. Take your $45 and go to Dave and Buster's.
  • I went there today on a rainy Sunday afternoon. It's was a great place to kill time. 5 levels of gaming both old and new games. My husband and I spent 4 hours there and didn't do everything there was to do. The only turn off is that on the 4th floor, there was a homeless couple sleeping in the lounging area. Snoring on a couch while they were charging phones. They must have paid to get it but I would think that there are rules of conduct that would have had them kicked out. I would think that they would spend the $100 on a hotel room instead of an arcade but maybe that's just me.
  • 50 bucks a head and unlimited game play for the day. There was a good variety of games. Five floors of games for kids ranging 3-4 and up.Only issue was the food served there. Overpriced and very poor quality, paid 8 dollars for what looked like the cheap greasy pizza from my high school days, 4 dollar 21 ounce drinks and no refills, and 11 dollar hamburgers that makes Mc Donalds burgurs look top of the line.
  • This place is great. Where else can you spend 6+ hours playing f video games both old and new (4+ stories of it) for about $50. Certainly not D&B's...Also the atmosphere is very unique, has almost a dungeon feel to it which is cool. Not to mention the disney aura and disney tunes playing in the cafe, very cool.
  • Very cool arcade. Has a lot of old school arcade games. The "attraction" games leave something to be desired (Buzz Lightyear game is cool though). Good pinball selection. May not be great for younger kids. Better suited for old school gamers. Pay one price and play all day.
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