Disney Quest Indoor Interactive Theme Park

Thank you to Disney for proving us tickets to Disney Quest.



During my trip to the Type A Bootcamp in Disney this past weekend, my family and I were able to attend Disney Quest. Disney Quest is a five story, indoor, interactive theme park. We visited Disney Quest about 4 years ago, but now that my daughter is older I thought she would like to revisit it. And what teenage boy doesn’t like video games?

We arrived in Orlando, Friday early afternoon and checked into our hotel. Then we took the bus over to Downtown Disney. It was a bit of a walk to Disney Quest but after being in the car for 2.5 hours, it was nice to walk around.

It’s located at Downtown Disney West Side, this 5 story, 100,000 sq. ft. attraction houses some of the most cutting edge technology, mixed with the very best concepts from Disney’s imagineers.

We received our tickets from Will Call and were told we could come and go as we please up until closing which is 11 pm on Fridays and Saturdays. When you enter, you immediately take the elevator to the third floor. From there you can take the stairs or elevators to any of the five floors to play and play and play.

Wreck It Ralph
Right on the third floor we got to see a giant Wreck It Ralph. A great photo opp, right?

Disney Quest

From there we walked around and found lots of games to play…


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 My son’s favorite games – football and basket ball.

My favorite section was the Replay Zone. They had all kinds of classic arcade games like, Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, Frogger, Space Invaders,  Centipede, Asteroids, Q-bert and Mario Bros. It I love Q-bert!!

Downtown Disney

My daughter loves to dance and was able to try her moves.


She also tried some pinball. I LOVE pinball! I played a few games my self. After an hour of playing we were hungry. So we headed upstairs to floor five and had a bite to eat. My husband and I shared a hamburger, made with real hamburger and fries. My son had the chicken basket. It had a lot of real chicken pieces in there.




My daughter and husband found Buzz Lightyear’s AstroBlaster. You could see it from a floor above and it looked really fun. Unfortunalty my daughter was 2 inches shy to play. She cried a little but then we went on to other games. The buzz Lightyear’s AstroBlaster is kind of like bumper cars. The cars roll over and suck up foam balls (“asteroids”) on the floor. By doing so, the asteroids will be sucked up into the cabin where players can then load them into a cannon and shoot at the other cars. If hit in the correct spot, one’s car may spin around uncontrollably for ten seconds. Usually there are two players to a car; however, it is possible for one person to pilot and shoot at the same time. Hopefully next time we go she will be tall enough!

My daughter and I took a look at the Create Zone. There were many areas to “create” art or music. My daughter drew Donald Duck. The picture though is terrible, my picture not hers. My phone added a huge flash. It’s pretty dark in there.

Other Zones to explore:

•EXPLORE ZONE: You’ll be transported to another world as you experience the Virtual Jungle Cruise while shooting the rapids. Aladdin’s Magic Carpet Ride sends you through Agrabah as you race to release the Genie. Go in search of hidden treasure on the Pirates of the Caribbean: Battle for Buccaneer Gold.
•SCORE ZONE: Become a superhero as you Ride the Comix! in a 3D comic book battle. Your crew visits other planets as you go on a rescue mission in Invasion! An Alien Encounter. The Mighty Ducks Pinball Slam puts you in the middle of the action.
•CREATE ZONE: Express yourself in this artistic center. At the Living Easels you can paint a live masterpiece. Create and ride your one of a kind rollercoaster at CyberSpace Mountain. Toy Story fans will love Sid’s Create-A-Toy where you can assemble and take home your own toy. Become a Disney animator at the Animation Academy. Budding musical stars can create their own CD by choosing from over 20 styles and 1000 vocals at the Radio Disney SongMaker.
•REPLAY ZONE: Classic games and rides with Buzz Lightyear’s AstroBlaster pitting you against your competitors in a zany bumper car race. Mad Wave Motion Theater gives you a choice of riding a fantasy coaster or steering a high speed race car. The Dance Zone offers the latest dance video games and KidQuest is designed for kids ages 2 – 7. Custom Redemption Games require the purchase of Disney Quest Game Play Cards. Points can be used to redeem prizes.

So we left after a few hours. Had we started in the morning we would have gone back. But we were ready for some rest and night time was coming soon.

If you are heading to the parks and want to try something new, check out Downtown Disney and Disney Quest!

There are a few games that require additional money but most of the games are “free” with your ticket into the park. Prices are Children $35.00 (3-9) adult $40.00 (10 & up).





I'm a mother of 2 who likes to get involved in too much! Besides writing here I started a non-profit, I'm on the PTO board, very active in my community and volunteer in the school. I enjoy music, reading, cooking, traveling and spending time with my family. We just adopted our 3rd cat and love them all!

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  1. There used to be a DisneyQuest in Chicago, and I took my kids there after it opened. We had the best time!

  2. We don’t have one around here… just that Rat Place…lol

  3. I never heard of Disney Quest, but it looks fun! 🙂

  4. I didn’t even know they had an indoor theme park, and i LOVE that it’s interactive!!

  5. Looks like fun! I’ve had a taste for fries. I haven’t caved yet. 😉

  6. That sounds like awesome fun for Disney Fans! I will have to add it to our must see list when we get there!

  7. This looks like and awesome place to visit and with plenty to see.

  8. Looks like a ton of fun! We have wanted to do Disney Quest so many times when we are down there, but have never gotten around to it.

  9. Oh wow, that looks so neat!!

  10. This place looks awesome, do they have it in Disneyland too?

  11. Wow I’ve actually never heard of this but this sounds fun. I will have to look into it the next time we are in Orlando.

  12. I didn’t even know this existed but it sounds like a true heaven for my entire family and a ton of fun!

  13. I wish we had one out here in Calfornia. I would Love to take the family.

  14. This Disney Quest looks really cool. I’ll have to check it out when I’m there.

  15. Sounds like you had a great time.

  16. Every time we’ve been to Disney we’ve walked by DisneyQuest but never went in. I didn’t realize most everything was included in the admission, perhaps the next time we go we will explore it knowing that now.

  17. Wow! This is the first time I’m hearing about Disney Quest and I have to say I’m liking it. My family would have loved to pose w/ Ralph too!