The Crayola Experience offers three separate party rooms in Orlando. Two of the larger ones can also be combined into one single room, which can accommodate large groups:
No, the Meltdown area is not a section where angry parents meet. It is actually a place where Guests can play with (cooled) melted wax, creating some fun designs. Sounds very messy, doesn't it? Fortunately for you, Cast members will clean all surfaces after each use. You won't have to do that:
When exiting, Guests may choose visit the very large Crayola Store, which has a very extensive selection of Crayola-themed souvenirs (including t-shirts, plushes, keychains, and... crayons):
Thus would have been a perfect replacement for DisneyQuest. Too bad its built already.
It's funny how from the exterior you can clearly see the old Nordstrom facade. Other than painting it and adding a few decorations I'm suprised they didn't do more with it and instead just left what was there.
Also interesting is how the building went from being upscale with quality finishes to now looking very cheap.
Why do anything too much with the outside of the building when they are only renting the space? I could see if they owned the building, but they don't.
Regardless of the decor, it looks like a fun place with small kids. Considering we are dealing with art supplies, the indoor design of the building is appropriate for kids. How long will it be before the walls are decorated by them? It's easier just adding a coat of paint to cover up the little artists.