Walt Disney World's indoor interactive theme park has never looked worse. This once-popular destination has been a ghost town for the past few years due to the lack of major investments. In addition to that, many of DisneyQuest's games can now be played for free on tablets and other mobile devices, making this attraction even more irrelevant in this day and age. So, what will happen to this location? Will the NBA Experience ever materialize? That's still uncertain.
While we wait for additional information about its replacement, let's take a look around DisneyQuest:
Discounted admission is now available during the afternoon:
The hub of this indoor park:
The newest additions consist in multiple Fix It Felix machines (which were installed years ago):
The Wonderland Cafe was not open during our visit:
It's definitely a very relaxing place:
There are actually many more seating areas than in the past:
The fifth floor is the least popular area of DisneyQuest:
Ride the Comix may be gone, but there are still plenty of signs and props that bring back memories:
The Mighty Ducks Pinball Slam used to be one of the most popular attractions:
Even Disneyland Paris had a version of it:
The Underground Arcade is still quite popular:
The animation-themed area:
This is the only Animation Academy left on property:
Guests can still create their own CDs and print their own artworks:
The staleness of this place is often reflected in videos and graphics seen around the building:
The Adventure Zone is definitely still relevant:
Personal VR headsets available to most people nowadays...
On a positive note, Buzz Lightyear's Astro Blaster is still very entertaining:
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