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Beyond the Parks Discuss Disney Quest! in the Vacation Planning forums; I have never been to Disney Quest, and this year I was thinking about going, we have 2 free days to do this, so I was wondering is it worth ...
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    Disney Quest!

    I have never been to Disney Quest, and this year I was thinking about going, we have 2 free days to do this, so I was wondering is it worth it. And about how much time do you need. I don't want to spend the day there I was thinking more like go before or after dinner one night.
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    I love DisneyQuest! It is so much fun and there is so much to do there. If you have never been you should plan at least 5 hours to do everything, since there will be lines at some of the bigger "rides". The food at DQ is also some of the best, after all it is the Cheesecake Factory.

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    I enjoyed Disney Quest, although it is extremely expensive! The food is wonderful, too. *SECRET*... Try going on a sunny day, there will be less crowds because everyone's outside. It is a total mess when it is cool or rainy outside and DQ will only allow a certain amount of people in the building. You will miss a sunny day, but there are plenty of those in Florida!
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    I agree with the above, DO NOT attempt Disneyquest on a rainy or cold day (yes we get a few here in Florida, I had to wear my jacket 4 times this winter) unless you get there at opening! Other than that warning, Disneyquest is great fun for a half day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shadesofgreen
    (yes we get a few here in Florida, I had to wear my jacket 4 times this winter)


    Ooooooooh, that's rough!
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    I saw last night an AP for DQ alone is a cool 100 bucks!

    Hopefully I'll be cashing in the ol' holiday pay and will be able to get the premium AP that includes DQ... till then, I'm in the dark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BelleGurl
    Ooooooooh, that's rough!
    October in Florida!
    What I say 100 times each day:
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    Yeah, we got park-hopper tickets that included DQ. It's very expensive though. It's worth it if you have the time to experience it. Heck, the elevator had me filled with glee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BelleGurl
    It's very expensive though.

    how so? Are there games in there you got pay for? Like an arcade?

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    The arcade is all exclusive, which is good, but the ticket price is a bit much for my budget.
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    so you pay to get in, and then pay to play?

    lame.

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    Just like at the big 4, Disneyquest is divided up into different "lands" with attractions themed to their areas, you pay admission and everything inside is included except merchandise and food.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tampa
    so you pay to get in, and then pay to play?

    lame.
    No, it's ALL EXCLUSIVE. (except for all food)
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    Quote Originally Posted by BelleGurl
    No, it's ALL EXCLUSIVE. (except for all food)

    I think the word you were looking for is 'inclusive' - you pay one price, and everything is included (except food).

    Even Disney wouldn't have the gall to charge $34 for admission and then collect your quarters and dollars for all the games inside!
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    We found that DQ was very nice boht my DD loved the VRC and of course I like the drawing class but there is alot to do. No qukarters are needed and there are lots of games. I had one of my many great Disney moments when while eating lunch I got to play a little 4 year old boy 2 games of bowling he just cameright up and sit down and we started playing. His parents were laughing the whole time. The funny part was he was from the porient and did not speak english and I did not speak anything he could understand. But it was a blast.

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