Walt Disney World - Tomorrowland - Attractions
Blast off on a journey into outer space on this classic attraction. Board a sleek, rocket-shaped vehicle in the glow-in-the-dark Space Port and begin a steady climb up the 180-foot high mountain, passing the Mission Control booth and myriad pulsating lights along the way.
Once at the top, feel the wind race across your face as you are propelled through the remote blackness of the dark universe—illuminated only by shooting stars, celestial satellites, spinning black holes and shimmering constellations—during a rip-roaring rocket ride through the farthest reaches of time and space.
Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin
Accept the role of a Junior Space Ranger, board XP-37 space cruisers and blast away at Evil Emperor Zurg's robot minions with laser cannons. Zurg is attempting to steal batteries from helpless toys to power a weapon of ultimate destruction, and Space Ranger Buzz Lightyear is tasked by Star Command to stop him. Now Buzz needs the help of Junior Space Rangers to thwart the Evil Emperor's dastardly plans.
Spin your space cruiser any direction you wish. Every time you hit a target, you're rewarded with fun sounds, special effects, and points are added to your total score. Players can compete with each other for the highest score or try to attain a new personal best.
Ready to launch? 5... 4... 3... 2... 1... Lift off!
Soar high above Tomorrowland and enjoy a spectacular aerial view as you take a spin in a 2-person, rocket-like space vehicle. Use the joystick to pilot your rocket higher or lower as you orbit around a retro sci-fi style central structure full of brightly-colored planets.
To board Astro Orbiter, you must take an elevator to the loading area. Astro Orbiter is located near the Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover attraction.
Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor
The Laugh Floor at Monsters, Inc. has been transformed into a comedy club for visiting humans. Inspired by the Disney·Pixar movie Monsters, Inc., in this show the audience must help "Monster of Ceremonies" Mike Wazowski and his wild and crazy pals power the city of Monstropolis—with laughter! Skeptical manager Roz, however, isn't so sure Mike can pull it off.
Text your favorite joke and it could be used in the show! Before you enter the main show area, watch the video for a special text messaging password. Then, use your phone keypad to enter and send the joke. (Standard text messaging fees apply.) The Monsters might choose your joke and use it on stage!
Stitch's Great Escape!
If you are at least 40 inches tall, you can report for duty as a Galactic Federation Security Agent recruit to help guard Experiment 626—also known as Stitch from the Walt Disney Pictures film, Lilo and Stitch.
Take a seat in this theater-in-the-round venue, get strapped in and reside in the midst of the mayhem during this out-of-control, high-energy escapade that will keep you on your toes. Magic Kingdom theme park may not be big enough to contain Stitch, and you never know when and where he will appear next!
Drivers! Start your engines for a pint-sized race car ride geared especially for young children. Guests who are at least 54 inches (137 cm) tall can strap in and drive their own gas-powered race car! Guests under the height requirement can ride along as a passenger.
This .4 mile-long speedway has 4 lanes, each with rails that guide the cars around the track at speeds of up to 7 miles per hour. World famous announcer Tom Carnegie calls the race as the cars make their way around the track.
Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover
Relax and enjoy a leisurely 10-minute journey above the Tomorrowland area aboard this pollution-free mass transit system. Each car seats 4 Guests with 2 riding forward and 2 riding backward.
The tour introduces you to Tomorrowland attractions and includes a view of early architectural models of Epcot theme park and Space Mountain, as well as a peek inside the actual Space Mountain attraction.
Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress
Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress is a show for all ages presented in a revolving theater in the Tomorrowland area of Magic Kingdom theme park. The show tells the story of the evolution of technology in the 20th century.
Since 1964, generations of families have enjoyed this classic stage show starring a remarkable family of Audio-Animatronic performers. Travel through time from decade to decade as the family discovers fantastic new technologies that make their lives more easy, comfortable and fun—and sometimes a bit more complicated!
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