Take a look at these pictures to see just what happened today at EPCOT that made guests leave this attraction without finishing their ride.
Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure
Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure is part of the France Pavilion expansion at EPCOT. Guests were delighted to enjoy this attraction on October 1, 2021. At opening, guests could ride using an Individual Lighting Lane with a Virtual Queue. Then, on January 10, 2022, Walt Disney World moved Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure to a traditional stand-by queue for this attraction.
Change in Ride
Today, Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure did something unexpected. Guests rides were halted and Cast Members told guests to remain seated. Then, the lights came until another announcement said that they would be evacuating from the ride! Doesn’t the attraction car look extra adorable with the lights on?
Guests were evacuated from Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure today at Disney World!
The larger-than-life attraction props look even more cool with the lights on. Soon, Cast Members unlocked attraction vehicles and instructed guests to step down carefully using the provided stepping stool.
Then, Cast Members instructed guests to form a line and follow them out of the ride. As you can see in the picture above, even though the ride stopped, the film continued to play faintly.
Without the lighting effects, Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure looks so different! Take a look at some of the projection cameras shown above.
While Cast Members instruct guests not to take pictures behind the scenes, photographs of the leaving the ride itself are allowed.
You can see the last ride scene above. The scene looks so inviting! Too bad guests couldn’t take a seat here. From time to time, Disney attractions break down, such as the Haunted Mansion, PeopleMover, and Rise of the Resistance. Cast Members will give you a recovery pass to return to an evacuated ride that same day when/if the ride reopens.
Cast Members will give you a recovery pass to return to an evacuated ride that same day when/if the ride reopens.
Always stay calm and follow Cast Member instructions when a ride goes down. Also, never get out of the ride vehicle on your own or touch parts of the ride on your way out. For more tips, read Monica’s article HERE.
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