For the price of admission ($35-$45) you can experience non-stop play on any and all games and attractions inside. The price of admission is included in Park Hopper Passes and Annual Passes.
The five floors are divided into 4 “Zones” of play – Explore Zone, Score Zone, Create Zone, Replay Zone. Here is an idea of what you may find.
First Floor: (exit)
- Pirates of the Caribbean - Battle for Buccaneer Gold allows you the chance to be the captain of your own pirate ship, while gunners take aim at other ships, fortresses, and sea monsters.
- Virtual Jungle Cruise is an interactive 4D experience that allows you to paddle a boat down a prehistoric river. The projection screen offers as much realism as possible given the technology.
- Cyber Space Mountain gives you the opportunity to design and ride in your own roller coaster. This is similar, but not exactly like, the Sum of All Thrills in Innoventions. This is still my kid’s favorite Disney Quest attraction.
- Aladdin’s Magic Carpet Ride is a virtual reality simulation game that allows you to ride through Agrabah. Your mission is to collect gems and find the Genie.
- Animation Academy offers an experience similar to that in the Animation Studios in Hollywood Studios. However, the use of light pens and computer screens makes the experience a bit different. Seats for this fill up fast, so be sure to get there before the session begins and claim your spot!
- Living Easels allows you do play artist by using an interactive touch screen.
- Radio Disney Song Maker gives you a chance to become a recording star. Record a song and even get the chance to purchase it later.
- Mighty Ducks Pinball Slam gives you the chance to climb aboard something that looks like a stationary Segway before rocking and knocking your way through an interactive game which pits you against 11 other players. This one is really cool and a lot of fun!
- Buzz Lightyear’s Astro Blaster gives a new twist to the bumper car experience and isn’t for smaller riders.
- Fix-It Felix Jr. Fans of the movie can experience the game itself, located just beyond the large statue of Wreck It Ralph himself!
- Wonderland Café food service and seating. This is a great place for those parents who may simply want a break while their kids are playing in one of the 4 zones throughout the building.
- Ride the Comix lets you battle against villains from the comic book world.
- Invasion! An Alien Encounter is based on the now removed Alien Encounter attraction that was replaced by Stitch in the Magic Kingdom. Shoot enemy aliens to rescue astronauts.
- Food Quest food service and seating.
There are also 2 quick service restaurants within the building, so it has everything you need in a fully contained environment. It’s the ultimate arcade that brings a mixture of old-school and new school. Absolutely perfect family fun, especially on the rainy days that may keep you out of the parks themselves.
Have you been to Disney Quest? What is your favorite floor? What is your favorite game?