DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park, Orlando

(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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  • We ended up upgrading our parkhopper with the waterpark/DisneyQuest option and it was a highlight of our trip. For kids this place is amazing! NO pay for play video games (just your card is the cover ...  more »
  • We purchased Disney tickets years ago w/o expiration, and part of the package was a visit to Disney Quest. We put off going to Disney Quest because we really didn't know what it was. When we finally w...  more »
  • Disney Quest is, in my humble opinion, a shame for Disney Parks. All the games inside are from the 90's. The "VR" experience for Alladin, for example, is so old, so old, that I almost feel sorry for t...  more »
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  • Horrible experience. Employees were really rude. Timothy at the pirates was very very rude. The employees at the dinning area were also rude. There was an older gentleman name Roger he was over by the boat attraction was great. Also the young lady as I exit the building was sweet. I will never ever go again, or recommend it to anyone. I didn't pay a lot of money to get disrespected. I only stayed 2 hrs. Couldn't deal with it anymore. I didn't want to cause a scene and ruin the experience for other families. Although the employees were doing a great job ruining it.
  • we have been there many many times!! This was our one place our kids would rather go than to go to Disney theme parks! This is a nice down time place to still have fun but get out of the sun! Can't wait to get to bring our friends that have never been this November!
  • This place is great. Where else can you spend 6+ hours playing video games both old and new (4+ stories of it) for about $50. Certainly not at 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.
  • Over priced and really needs to die. There were few games that were even working when we went there. The large Disney games are OK at best. If it wasn't for them, it would be a one star. Seriously, you could just go to Boomers or Bullwinkle's Family Fun Center for better fun and games.
  • 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.