Overview Series: DisneyQuest

October 5, 2012 Cheryl 1

DisneyQuest is an “indoor interactive theme park located on the West Side in Downtown Disney. It is housed in a five-story building, where guests enter the first-floor lobby and are transported via a magic elevator to the third floor atrium at the start of their visit.  All five floors feature opportunities for interactive adventures for your whole family, although it is probably more geared towards the older children and adults.  DisneyQuest requires a separate admission ticket which can be purchased on its own, or is part of the “Water Parks and More” option.  No one under the age of 10 is admitted without a chaperone 16 years of age or older, and strollers are not permitted. Here is a quick overview of the DisneyQuest, including attractions, dining and shopping.

Floor 1

Attractions:  Virtual Jungle Cruise, Pirates of the Caribbean: Battle for Buccaneer Gold

Dining:  none

Shopping:  DisneyQuest Emporium

Floor 2

Attractions:  Radio Disney SongMaker, Animation Academy, Living Easels, Sid’s Create-A-Toy, Aladdin’s Magic Carpet Ride, CyberSpace Mountain

Dining:  none

Shopping:  Guest Gallery

Floor 3

Attractions:  The Underground Arcade, Mighty Ducks Pinball Slam, Race Zone, Venturport, Classic Games, Buzz Lightyear’s AstroBlaster

Dining:  none

Shopping:  none

Floor 4

Attractions:  Sports Arena Arcade, Ride the Comix, Kid’s Area (for younger guests ages 2-7)

Dining:  Wonderland Café

Shopping:  none

Floor 5

Attractions:  Invasion!  An ExtraTERRORestrial Alien Encounter, Ride the Comix, Classic Games

Dining:  FoodQuest

Shopping:  none

Parking and Transportation

The Disney transportation bus station that services DisneyQuest is located to the right of Planet Hollywood.  The buses service all of the Disney resorts and Good Neighbor hotels.  Resort boats are also available from Saratoga Springs, Old Key West, and Port Orleans resorts.  There is also complimentary boat service between the 3 sections of Downtown Disney.  A taxi stand is located in Parking Lot K.  If you are driving, parking is free, but lots do tend to fill up.  Parking lots I – Q service West Side.