Orlando Visitor Guide
Indoor Interactive Theme Park
Disney Quest is one of those quiet Disney Attractions you don't always hear about, or even discover. Billed as 'Indoor Interactive Theme Park,' Disney Quest, will thrill the younger members of your group with it's five-levels of just pure plain fun. And it's easy on your wallet too, just look for the discounts that we offer on our 'Order Form.'
It's a great day for the kids, and for you too. It's also a good choice in the event that you should encounter inclement weather during your visit, as the attractions here are all housed within an 'indoor' environment.' A great place to drop off the kids provided they all meet the age requirements for being alone and unsupervised. In this case, at least 10 years or older. But like with anything involving children, use your best discretion if considering this. Also remind them to act like responsibly, no yelling, no screaming, no running - the typical things. There are rules, and just like any other patron, they must follow them.
Should you consider this, and you do feel that your children are at a age of responsibility that they can easily handle this type of freedom, then catch a movie, just the two you at the nearby AMC Movie Theatre Complex, have lunch or dinner at the or even consider the possibility of both you and your spouse attending the 'Word-Famous' performance of 'Cirque Du Soleil' as they perform their imaginative feats of art and physical stamina in their highly acclaimed 'La Nouba,' which is located right next door - Just look for the landmark structure that looks like a 'giant white circus tent,' and there you are, positioned at both Disney Quest and Cirque Du Soleil.
Whatever you do, make sure you've set an appointed a time and a landmark to meet each other again at. They came with you, and they should probably leave with you as well. Besides, you've grown pretty attached to them over the years, haven't you?
Unlike the Main Theme Parks of Disney, parking is FREE at Disney Quest and in Downtown Disney. And since we've brought the subject of parking, figure on about $7.00 per day for parking at any of the Major Theme Parks.
Located in Downtown Disney, highlights at Disney Quest include:
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Time Needed to Visit: (All depends on the children)
We suggest you allow a couple of hours for a visit, then go out and do some shopping (or exploration), eat at a restaurant here, or just visit the many shops. As long as you get your 'hand stamped,' you can come back anytime you want that same day. And generally, Disney Quest is open until Midnight to 2 A.M. everyday.
Getting your 'hand stamped' just gives you another option. This also applies to all the other Theme Parks of Disney, but only in the event if you've purchased a 1-day ticket rather than one of their 'Hopper Passes.'
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