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DisneyQuest – Top 5 Attractions for Teens

DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park is a gamer’s dream destination. DisneyQuest has been a great addition to Downtown Disney for a long time. Sadly, it is closing sometime next year. Before it closes for good, take the time to go check it out. Featuring five floors of fun including virtual worlds, 3D encounters and classic video games, you will have a great time and won’t regret going. Best of all, the games are free (with the price of admission) so you can play as much as you want. Admission is currently $47.93 for 10+. Here are a teen’s top five attractions at DisneyQuest.

5 – Classic Arcade Games

You can play all kinds of classic arcade games at the Replay Zone. Play old favorites like Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, Frogger, Space Invaders, Tron, Spy Hunter, Centipede, Asteroids, Q-Bert and Mario Bros. Out of everything at DisneyQuest this the most fun thing to do with your parents, because they’ll share tips and stories about when they played these games when they were teens!

4 – Animation Academy

Animation Academy teaches you to become a Disney Animator! An instructor leads you through the process of drawing a Disney characters, step by step. If you love art or just want to learn how to draw a certain character, I would do this. Depending on the character, the class is about an hour. This is one of my favorites.

3 – Buzz Lightyear’s Astroblasters

In a futuristic bumper car, you battle against other drivers. Add a co-pilot and you can scoop up “asteroids,” load them in your blaster and attack other cars. A hit will send the other car spinning for about 10 seconds! This is a really fun ride. I would absolutely ride this with a friend or a family member; it makes the game a whole lot easier. A warning to those with motion sickness! Repeated hits can keeps a cars spinning and spinning. Ride only if your stomach can handle it. My mom learned this the hard way!

2 – Cyber Space Mountain

If you like roller coasters you’ll love this attraction. You design your own virtual roller coaster and then ride it. If you don’t like loops or fast speeds, you can choose how you would like to ride. Now I love roller coasters, so I go as fast as I can and do as many loops as I can possibly fit in one ride. I would definitely do this one.

1 – Pirates of the Caribbean: Battle for Buccaneer Gold

This game is my favorite thing to do at DisneyQuest. You board your own Pirate Ship and become a Pirate. What I love about this game is that it gets harder throughout the day so you have more of a challenge. Its perfect for a party of five, each choosing their position on the deck. You’ll need a captain to steer and others to fire cannons at the enemy! If you’re on your own you can still ride, but you’ll be put with another group.

Again, DisneyQuest is a great spot for teens and families with so much to do it’s impossible to get board. Be sure to visit soon before is closes to make way for a new attraction.

Adelei Nykamp

Adelei Nykamp I have been a huge Disney fan as long as I can remember. My parents first took me to Walt Disney World in 2004 as a 4-year-old. Since then I have always loved going back as often as possible. I am a senior in high school and plan to study film in college.
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