Interactive Adventure Activities
For those looking for something more than rides and attractions in the Walt Disney World theme parks, check out the Interactive Adventure games available. These fun, interactive games are like scavenger hunts throughout the parks. Learn about wildlife, explore other countries, or save the Magic Kingdom with your spells. Best of all, these interactive adventures are included in the price of admission.
Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom
This is an interactive adventure, guests explore the Magic Kingdom and use their magical powers to defeat Disney Villains. This is an interactive, role playing game.
Location: Magic Kingdom
Where to Start: First stop is the Firehouse on Main Street, U.S.A. or behind the Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe in Liberty Square, where you’ll be given all the tools you’ll need to help you on your quest.
What you do: Hades, god of the Underworld, is looking to make Magic Kingdom park his new summer home. But first, he must reassemble the Crystal of the Magic Kingdom, whose 4 shards are scattered in hidden locations throughout the park. Cruella De Vil, Jafar, Ursula, Scar and other Disney Villains are trying to reach each piece of the cystal before you do.
Using the map you received at the beginning, you will complete missions at Main Street, U.S.A.; Adventureland; Fantasyland; Frontierland and Liberty Square. Unlock Magic Portals using your Sorcerer Key card, and challenge Hades and his henchmen using Spell Cards. Merlin will guide you on when to use your key card and spell cards.
The game is played with different Spell cards, each with a character who has his or her own special powers. Listen carefully to what each villain says to determine which spell card to use against them. There are over 70 cards in all, and guests can get up to 5 cards per day. There is also card trading that goes on with the duplicate cards.
Each mission lasts approximately 30-60 minutes.
A Pirate’s Adventure ~ Treasures of the Seven Seas
There is treasure hidden in Magic Kingdom! Join Captain Jack Sparrow to search for the hidden treasure in Adventureland.
Location: Adventureland in Magic Kingdom
Where to Start: Begin at the Crow’s Nest in Adventureland. This can be found just past Pirates of the Caribbean as you walk toward Splash Mountain
What to do: There are five separate missions that take approximately 20 minutes each. Each mission requires a special card that buccaneers get at the Crow’s Nest. You will need this to read each map. Missions include racing Captain Barbossa to treasure, collecting ingredients for a spell and battling Blackbeard. Finding each piece of the treasure means you get to be a part of Captain Jack’s crew. You can complete as many missions as you wish, and can start again at another time if you need a break.
Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure
Join Phineas & Ferb’s Agent P on a series of adventures to stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz’s evil plans.
Location: World Showcase at Epcot; 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily
Where to Start: New recruits should visit the recruitment center at the International Gateway or the Odyssey Bridge (between Future World and World Showcase) to receive your assignment and pick up an interactive handheld device that will guide you on your mission. Each device or F.O.N.E. (Field Operative Notification Equipment) works best when shared by 2-4 agents. Guests have the option to use their own personal high-tech detection device (i.e., smartphone) to help maneuver through their mission as well.
What you do: Help Agent P stop Dr. Doofenshmirtz’s evil plan in this interactive adventure. There are separate missions in World Showcase Pavilions of Mexico, China, Germany, Japan, France and the United Kingdom. Each interactive adventure lasts approximately 30-45 minutes. At the end of one mission, you can choose to continue to another mission or end your play for the day. There are short puzzles that need to be completed which take recruits all around the Pavilion. It’s a fun way to explore the Pavilions and see some parts that may have otherwise been overlooked. At the end of each successful mission, there is a surprise waiting to be seen.
“The wilderness must be explored!” Follow in the footsteps of Russell from the movie “Up!” and explore Animal Kingdom. There are over 30 activities that can be completed on this interactive adventure.
Location: Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park
Where to Start: Begin in The Oasis on the bridge to Discovery Island. Here you will pick up a Field Guide for collecting your “badges” (stickers) as you accomplish tasks. If you missed the Wilderness Explorer headquarters, you can also get a Field Guide at any of the Wilderness Explorer stops in Africa, Rafiki’s Planet Watch, Asia and Dinoland U.S.A.
What you do: Explorers earn “badges” for completing activities throughout the park. The badges are stickers that are placed in the Field Guide. There are a variety of challenges to complete and it’s possible it would take more than one day to complete them all. Guests can complete as many or as few as they wish. Sample challenges include:
- Veterinary Badge – Help diagnose a sea turtle’s health issue
- Dinosaur Badge – Join in the exploration for dinosaur fossils
- Animal Find Badge – Check off each of the animals you see
- Music Badge – Learn how to play a rhythm on an Afrian drum
- Yeti Badge – Find Yeti artifacts and hear about the folklore