Activities & Resources
DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park551in Orlando, FL 32830
about DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park:
DisneyQuest's five floors of games, activities, and rides can easily serve as an all-day adventure. The Genie from Aladdin plays host to visitors who ascend in a special elevator to the lobby. From here, guests can choose one of four "zones" to experience. Our best tip from this point forward? Make sure everyone's watches are working and designate a meeting place sometime later during the day. It's almost impossible to keep everyone together, due to the way the floors are divided up.
Artists in the group can head down to the Create Zone, which features activities appropriate for the younger members of your group. At the Animation Academy, kids can learn how to draw classic Disney characters; Sid's Create-a-Toy invites kids to play a computer-aided build-a-monster game.
The Explore Zone contains the popular Virtual Jungle Cruise, complete with moving raft, paddles that "steer" the raft into danger, and some real splashing water - depending on your navigation skills. Aladdin's Magic Carpet Ride, with the aid of a virtual reality helmet, turns riders into the monkey Abu from the movie, and invites players to search for gems throughout the land. Caution the kids not to turn their heads to look at their fellow monkeys too often, though. This is one of many rides prone to leaving its riders motion sick.
Other areas include the Score Zone (a superhero themed area), and Replay Zone, a carnival on the moon. Don't miss Buzz Lightyear's Astroblasters, an updated bumper car where the goal is to scoop up balls with your vehicle and hit the target on your opponent's car, sending them into a free-for-all spin.
If you're hungry after running from game to game, or from waiting in line for others, head upstairs to the upscale cafeterias for a snack or full meal.
1. Children under the age of ten must be accompanied by a responsible person 16 years of age or older.
2. Strollers are not permitted inside DisneyQuest.
3. The environment can be very loud and certain attractions have height requirements. Younger children may not fully enjoy the experience - and you may not feel like you've gotten your money's worth with kids under five.