LOVE the panel! Before getting a fast pass for a certain attraction, is the return time posted? Don't want to get a fast pass for a time I won't be in the park. Thanks in advance for all the great info!
- Asked by Kelli from AL on 5/5/2008
Kelli,Yes, the return time is posted at near each attraction's FASTPASS kiosks (otherwise know as "the thingies that dispense the FASTPASS").At each attraction you will find a large sign above the area where the FASTPASS kiosks are... read more
We are traveling to WDW in September with my 4 and 2 year old. What types of rides will they both be able to go on? Or are all the rides dependent on height?
- Asked by Holly from SC on 5/4/2008
All of the rides are dependent on height. Click here for a handy list of the height requirements for attractions with height minimums.If you want some suggestions on what to see and do with younger children at WDW, I highly recommend... read more
What is the big difference between the original and the new tamer side of Mission: Space?
- Asked by Eric from NC on 5/4/2008
On both versions of Mission Space you're part of a crew that helps land a space capsule on the planet Mars. You are strapped into a flight simulator vehicle that has a projector near your face, showing you the conditions in space and on... read more
Is there a way for someone to participate in The Great Movie Ride-similar to the Backlot Tour?
- Asked by Stacy from IN on 5/2/2008
There is a unique form of cast member performance during the Great Movie ride (I won't spoil it by telling you what happens), but there is no audience participation part of this attraction like there is during the Backlot Tour. read more
We will be in WDW May 25-31. I know the rides have height restrictions but how can you tell what the ride will be like before actually committing? I get nervous if I don't know what to expect. I didn't want to get on and panic and not beable to get off
- Asked by Donna from MD on 4/24/2008
Many people love to be surprised by new experiences. I can see you're not that kind of person, and I can certainly respect that. On my very first trip to Walt Disney World in 1975 my parents got our family in line for Space Mountain not knowing what... read more