Many virtual rides. At almost $40 a day and being "done" after 3 hours, I'd have to say it's not worth it for most people. However, I could see that most pre-adolescent boys really enjoyed it. Oddly enough the most fun I had was with the video games, rather than the virtual tourist "rides".
Disney Quest is one of the minor attraction of Disneyworld. A free entrance is included when you purchase a 5 days up Disneyworld tickets. Actually, there's nothing much in here aside from computer games and a giant pinball machine. It's a small amusement center which is located in downtown Disney.
Cirque Du Soleil, Planet Hollywood and other shops and restaurants are just nearby.
It was great, when i went to Orlando, one of the highlights, i wont forget that!.
Its basically an indoor virtual playground!.
Just a one off payment and you can do anything.
What i did:
You go on a Lift, there is a suprise in that, when your going in lol!!.
I was playing Video games against some Americans, Canadians, Japanese, Arabian, Taiwanese people. It was great, we even played Co-op games
I made my own virtual rollercoaster, and rode on it!, it felt good! making a terrifying rollercoaster, trust me, if you go there you will understand.
Played a bit of physical sport there
There was like a big stage for an ultimate showdown of the computer gamers
A Virutal Jungle Cruise, where me and my family had to drive the raft to the end, it has water splashing at you aswell!!.
And there was more, but i cant remember all of it lol!!.
We Drew some Disney Characters, It was great fun, Bring the whole family to have fun.