DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park

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Dates
Soft Opening
May 22, 1998 (1998-05-22)[1]
Opening
June 1998 (1998-06)[2]
Address
1486 East Buena Vista Drive
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
Phone — (407) 828-4600
Fax — (407) 938-6202
Latitude — 28.3703041
Longitude — -81.5221252
Web Site
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DisneyQuest is an indoor theme park featuring virtual reality versions of many of the rides at Walt Disney World and some brand new ones. The unofficial mascot for DisneyQuest is the Genie from Aladdin. Disney was going to build multiple DisneyQuests around the country and built one in Chicago that eventually closed.

DisneyQuest was built in a modular way allowing attractions to be removed and added easily. The plan called for attractions to be updated every 2-3 years. Unfortunately with the poor attendance, changing out attractions that frequently couldn't happen.

[edit] Cost

DisneyQuest is usually a separate ticket ($26-$36) event at Walt Disney World. It can be added to some Magic Your Way tickets and Annual Passes. Prior to two hours closing, tickets are usually sold at half off. Annual Passholders can get reduced price on tickets. Originally guests had to purchase credits to use the attractions but was very unpopular. This changed to where all attractions were free except for the video games which eventually became free. These games used to hand out tickets which could be redeemed for prizes.

[edit] Disney's Plan

The Walt Disney Company had originally planned to spread its brand to cities that may have residents who have not made the trip to Walt Disney World. Disney planned to build them in many of the major cities in the United States. Chicago opened the second DisneyQuest but was closed on September 4th, 2001 due to poor attendance. Because of this, all the other projects were canceled. Construction had begun at DisneyQuest in Philadelphia and the one at Disneyland never got past the planning stage. DisneyQuest at Walt Disney World has been rumored to close many times.

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