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Is disneyquest worth the money?

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    I think we have an afternoon free in the schedule so could use it at disneyquest

    Whats in there and is it worth it? I read somewhere it was being shut down ?
     
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    my teens enjoyed it, have not heard about it being shut.
     
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    there was a rumour a couple of years back about it being shut but nothing so far.

    I like it there but if you are going to go go early as it will fill up with kids on the machines - when quiet it is a real hoot though and I still lik ethe comic book lightsabre game.

    That said we have only ever gone because it is part of our pass - not sure it would be worth the entrance fee for a couple of hours play

    :unsure: that probably wan't helpful
     
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    We've been when it's been part of our pass. Wouldn't pay gate price for it.

    We went in there one evening intending to spend a couple of hours in there and the next thing we knew it was gone midnight - so I guess we like it.

    Don't go if it's raining though. Everyone in the Orlando area heads for Disney Quest. :eek:
     
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    TBH if you have an afternoon free it may be an idea to have a snooze - you will probably need it
     
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    Spoken like a typical man. :lol:

    Free afternoon = shopping. :D
     
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    fine as long as I can have a snooze
     
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    My view is the same as most here. We've gone in the past because it was part of our passes but, I wouldn't pay the fee at the door.
     
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    I wouldn't pay to go in either, we went once using our park passes and it was early evening, it was very crowded and everything had really long lines. I found it quite dark, tatty and chaotic tbh.
    We did the jungle river rapids ride but I spent the whole ride worrying about the view people in the line had of my backside! :lol:

    If you are really into your arcade games then i'm sure you would love it :D
     
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    $20 or something for admission isn't it - Id stick that into the machines at the hotel
     
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    Ummm, nope. It's more like $40 per day now.
     
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    It has all sorts of games machines, eg:classic Pacman etc, car races, bike races, snow races, flight simulator, Star Wars Pod racers, build your own virtual roller-coaster and ride it, learn to draw Disney characters, internet access upstairs (go really early for that!), air hockey, basketball hoops, ski, boxing and fishing sims, giant Mighty Ducks pinball game, rather expensive for the quality of food eateries.

    Definitely worth it if your kids like gaming. DD and DS want to go for 14 days! I don't think so!
     
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    I love DisneyQuest - Cyberspace Coaster is my tied-favourite thing to do in all of Disney!!

    DS loves it, we can easily spend hours here! :yes:
     

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