After being rumored for more than two years of the massive five floor entertainment building of DisneyQuest will finally hit “game over” with the long awaited of the NBA Experience. Scheduling conflicts and many weren’t sure when the experience was coming towards the Disney Springs area (former Downtown Disney) on the West End side of the property and originally suppose to close down last year.
Recently that Disney officials said in the past that, the entertainment complex was “going to remain in operations” towards this year in 2017 (originally last year in 2016) and now we got a official update from the Disney Parks Blog about it. The entertainment complex building will be closing down it’s doors this July 3rd, 2017 and here’s the full release statement about it from the blog:
“Until July 3, DisneyQuest will continue to offer a great interactive experience for all guests. Disney fans of classic arcade game favorites and virtual worlds featured at the indoor theme park are invited to come out and enjoy the experiences.
As we’ve previously shared, The NBA Experience at Walt Disney World Resort will be a one-of-a-kind basketball-themed experience featuring hands-on activities that put guests of all ages right in the middle of NBA game action. There will be immersive NBA video productions and numerous interactive experiences, as well as a restaurant and a retail store.
Keep checking the Disney Parks Blog for more updates on The NBA Experience at Walt Disney World Resort and the continuing transformation of Disney Springs.”
DisneyQuest has a massive overhaul of classic arcade titles ranging from, Wreck It Ralph, Pac-Man, Space Invaders, Donkey Kong vs Super Mario, simulators and more that kept locals and visitors going towards the giant building to come and hang out with friends and family.
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