Everyone who goes to Disney knows about the major attractions. There’s the Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Space Mountain, Pirates of the Caribbean, and a few others. These are all great attractions to check out during your Disney Vacation, but Disney has a lot more to offer than the most popular attractions.

Consider adding a visit to the DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park. You and your family will be blown away by how much Disney has crammed into a five-story building. You can’t even see what’s going on inside; there aren’t any windows! That means you have to go check it out for yourself and have fun while doing it!

DisneyQuest opened 15 years ago and is located in the Downtown area of Disney. Disney has created an entertainment overload at DisneyQuest. There are five floors for you to check out and each one is unique and full of fun.

On the first floor of DisneyQuest you’ll find an interactive Pirates of the Caribbean game. Here you can take control of a pirate ship and fend off other pirates and sea monsters as you race to collect gold. The whole family can man the ship together! There’s also a virtual jungle cruise where you navigate a virtual river through all sorts of jungle surprises.

Floor two features a virtual roller coaster similar to Space Mountain. Disney also pays homage to Aladdin by providing a virtual magic carpet ride to anyone who wants to explore the magical city of Agrabah to find gems and maybe even a genie!

The third floor is dedicated to two of Disney’s greatest movies: The Mighty Ducks and Toy Story (Buzz Lightyear to be exact). Enjoy being a virtual pinball in a giant pinball game as well as an awesome bumper car competition where you can shoot foam asteroids to fire at fellow drivers!

Lastly, floors four and five feature a portal to the world of comic books. Donning a head mounted display here means you can take on comic book villains with a variety of weapons and abilities for a fun-filled adventure. To top it off, there’s even an alien invasion you can fend off with 3 other players!

DisneyQuest has enough fun in its five floors to last all night. You won’t go wrong adding it to your agenda on your Disney vacation.