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DisneyQuest is an indoor theme park at Downtown Disney's West Side. Spread over 5 floors, it features a host of virtual reality attractions. The building is around 100,000 sq. ft and includes two restaurants. On level 4 you have the Wonderland Cafe, featuring deserts, snacks, adult beverages and ice creams. On level 5 there is Food Quest, which offers a selection of pizzas, pastas, sandwiches, burgers, salads, hot dogs, wraps and snacks.

DisneyQuest is considered to be a nice place to go to get out of the rain. Unfortunately this means that it can get very busy, and because the capacity of each attraction is fairly low, wait times tend to get fairly long. 

There are a lot of mixed reviews about DisneyQuest. Many feel it needs a major update as its not seen many significant changes since it opened in 1998. It tends to get rather warm, busy and loud at peek times, so it may not be for everyone.


Pirates of the Caribbean - Battle for Buccaneer Gold

This family oriented attraction puts you at the helm of a virtual pirate ship, where you must share the duty of steering the ship, whilst firing at the marauding buccaneers so you can get to the gold.

Virtual Jungle Cruise

Step into a virtual world in the Dinosaur Age where you ride a raft down the river rapids, avoiding obstacles along the way. Oh and be careful, you might get a bit wet!

CyberSpace Mountain

Design your own virtual roller coaster, then ride it! Guests start in the design area, where Bill Nye the Science Guy guides you through building your own coaster. You can make it as scary or as tame as you like. When you've finished, jump in the ride simulator and try out your creation. (Minimum height requirement of 51" to ride)

Buzz Lightyear's Astroblaster

Think dodgems but with footballs and cannons! These two seater bumper cars have a blaster built in. One person drives, the other loads the cannon and fires at other cars. When you run over one of the balls, your car picks it up and you can then fire it. When a car is hit, it goes into a spin. (Minimum height requirement of 51" to ride)

Animation Academy

Become a Disney animator in this fun drawing area. An instructor shows you how to draw various Disney characters step by step.

Mighty Ducks Pinball Slam

A life sized Mighty Ducks pinball game where you are the ball! You stand on a giant joystick and watch your progress as you steer yourself among the other live balls on an enormous screen. (Minimum height requirement of 48" to ride)

Ride the Comix

Fly through a virtual reality comic book world and battle against super-villains.

Aladdin's Magic Carpet Ride

Fly through the streets of Agrabah on a magic carpet, and collect the magic lamp to save the Genie! Guests wear a helmet fitted with video screens to take you through this virtual world.

Classic Arcade Games

Play classic games such as Pac-Man, Asteroids, TRON, BurgerTime, Zaxxon, Pengo, Kangaroo, Berzerk, Donkey Kong, Joust, Robotron: 2084, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Marble Madness, Moon Patrol, Spy Hunter, Centipede, Millipede, Q*Bert, Missile Command, Frogger, Arkanoid, Mario Bros, Dig Dug, Mr. Do!, Gorf and Galaga.

Other games on offer include OutRun2, Pump It Up, Dance Dance Revolution, Guitar Hero, Tekken 5, Marvel vs Capcom 2, Soulcalibur, Crazy Taxi, Fruit Ninja, Skeeball, Air Hockey and more. 


DisneyQuest features two quick-service restaurants.

Wonderland Cafe

Located on the fourth floor, the Wonderland Cafe includes items such as deserts, drinks and 'grab and go' foods. Alcoholic beverages are also served here.

Food Quest

Located on the fifth floor, Food Quest is the main dining location, offering hot foods such as burgers, chicken, wraps and pizzas as well as a selection of cold food such as sandwiches and salads.


Admission to the attractions within DisneyQuest is free with a paid ticket. Previously some of the arcade games were pay to play, however they are now all set to free. Note that you can't access DisneyQuest without a paid ticket, even if you do not intend to use the attractions.

Some things are paid, such as the optional DVD for CyberSpace Mountain. A gift shop is also located on the first floor. This can be accessed without DisneyQuest admittance. 

As of May 2013, the ticket prices for DisneyQuest are as follows:

(Note: tickets are cheaper if purchased prior to your visit. We recommend Maple Leaf Tickets, who are able to offer a discounted rate.)

  • Adults: $46.86 (or $37.95 if booked HERE)
  • Children: (aged 3-9): $40.47 (or $32.95 if booked HERE)