I-Drive 360 continues to grow. Despite the fact that the majority of the attractions and restaurants have already opened to the public, a quite large number of minor (yet still very important) locations are added every few weeks. Some of the newest additions include Arcade City, Ben & Jerry's, and more. Something new was also recently installed in the terminal of the Orlando Eye.
Let's take a look around together to see what has changed since our last visit:

Welcome to I-Drive 360:

New stores and dining locations now open:

The new 360 Gifts store will open soon:

A new Shake Shack will open across the street later this year:

Other future additions:

We will soon post an official review of the Skeletons - Animals Unveiled! attraction:

Heading to The Orlando Eye's terminal:

Some work is being done near the entrance:

The models of The Orlando Eye, the Madame Tussauds museum, and the SEA LIFE Aquarium were recently moved here from LEGOLAND Florida. They might be moved back to the park in the near future:

Jackie Chan welcomes Guests just outside Madame Tussauds:

The queue for The Orlando Eye:

Multiple information pitons can be found nearby:

The food court:

The SEA LIFE Aquarium:

The new Arcade City is now open:

Guests can get one free game at multiple machines when spending at least $20.00:

The redemption area:

The "Hall of Fame" include photos of Guests that recently claimed a prize at the location:

There's even a soda machine inside the arcade. Unlimited refills are available for about $5.00:

Here's the complete photo-gallery that includes all the photos that were taken during our latest visit:

And that is all for now. Before concluding, remember to like us on our official Facebook page and follow us on Twitter for live updates from the parks. Thank you for your support, and see you again real soon!

7 Comment(s):

Anonymous said...

Ben & Jerry's has been open since day one, and that Miniature Eye/Terminal building has been there since week one as well

Interesting. Our last visit to the location (before today) took place before the official grand opening of the area, though.

Anonymous said...

Why is arcade city open. Would it run into the law or is a loop hole style arcade.

Anonymous said...

Yes, can anyone explain why they have a redemption arcade but Disney had to close theirs?

I want to know why they can have this arcade too?

Anonymous said...

Disney didn't necessarily HAVE to close them. In the wake of legislation in 2013, Dave & Buster's and Chuck E. Cheese's faced lawsuits that "violated the written law" by internet cafe's. Disney most likely closed them ahead of this to avoid lawsuits.

In 2015 the bill authorizes amusement park machines to be operated by swipe cards, coins, or tokens. It also updated the redemption value of points for a single game to $5.25 instead of $0.75. Claw-machine prices increased the redemption value to $52.50.

Even though they could operate machines in their park, Disney has not announced the official reason for removing them in their park. But this is a good idea of why the arcade can continue operating like Dave & Buster's.

Anonymous said...

Thank you ann @ 1:44

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