Now Closed: DisneyQuest in Disney Springs

DisneyQuest in Disney Springs had its last day of operation on July 2, 2017 before closing permanently to make way for The NBA Experience.  Click here for more information.

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- Fantasy adventures featuring cutting-edge virtual reality technology and classic Disney worlds await guests of all ages when they step inside DisneyQuest, a five-story, indoor interactive theme park that combines Disney's magic with state-of-the-art immersive technologies at the Walt Disney World Resort.

Walt Disney Imagineering, the company's R&D and theme park design group, has created an entertaining mix of adventures to be enjoyed by the entire family at Disney Quest:

Pirates of the Caribbean: Battle for Buccaneer Gold takes a crew of four into a 3-D world of plundered towns, fortress islands and erupting volcanoes for an action-packed, five-minutes of fun. SongMaker puts guests who want to explore their vocal talent right inside a "studio" where they can combine lyrics and music styles to create their one-of-a-kind song. Virtual Jungle Cruise allows guests to climb aboard a real river raft, grab a paddle and shoot the rapids. Cyber Space Mountain is a design-it-yourself virtual roller coaster that can be as tame or as wild as your imagination, with loops, turns and dips delivered by a high-tech motion simulator. Mighty Ducks Pinball Slam lets guests become a human pinball game. Aladdin's Magic Carpet Ride takes guests on a journey in the sky through the streets of Agrabah.

The thrills and adventures of DisneyQuest are delivered in an awe-inspiring 100,000-square-foot purple and aquamarine building, a standout structure within the exciting Disney Springs entertainment district.

Guests entering DisneyQuest begin their journey at the Ventureport , a crossroads that leads to four distinct entertainment environments: the Explore Zone , a virtual adventureland where guests are immersed in some of their favorite Disney stories; the Score Zone, a superhero competition city where guests can match their game playing skills against the best; the Create Zone, a private "Imagineering" studio for artistic self-expression and invention; and the Replay Zone, a carnival on the moon where guests experience a retro-futuristic spin on classic rides and games.

DisneyQuest has two food and beverage areas operated by The Cheesecake Factory, offering guests a quick gourmet fix of fresh salads, sandwiches, indulgent desserts and drinks. An on-site retail shop offers a wide variety of DisneyQuest merchandise.

DisneyQuest is open daily from 11:30 a.m. until midnight Friday and Saturday, and 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday. Admission is $37.28 (including tax) for adults and $30.89 (including tax) for children ages 3-9. All children ages 9 and under must be accompanied by an adult. DisneyQuest is an ideal venue for group events as well. You can use your 2015 Water Park Fun and More (a Magic Your Way ticket add-on) admissions for DisneyQuest.

TIP: When experiencing Virtual Space Mountain, remember the simulators cannot simulate G-forces, so bias your track selection towards inversions and visually interesting pieces. Disney Quest is even more fun when you are with a group of people you know. 

We are happy to include this activity into your itinerary when you book your vacation through Build A Better Mouse Trip. Please see our Fun Outside the Parks page for more great entertainment options. Build a Better Mouse Trip would like to express sincere appreciation to Walt Disney World Corporation for permission to include the above press releases on our web site. Build A Better Mouse Trip is an independent travel agency specializing in Disney Destinations and is not directly affiliated with Walt Disney World.

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