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Tuesday, August 3, 2021

ASTRO ORBITER

This is a spinning ride in the same genre as Dumbo. It spins faster than Dumbo, creating higher G Forces, especially when the rocket is in a lower position. It is mounted high up on a pedestal in the center of Tomorrowland. The riders load one in front of the other and it can be a very tight squeeze for those of larger proportions.

LOCATION:

Tomorrowland

ATTRACTION LENGTH:

1.5 minutes of spinning, but requires a minimum of 8 minutes

FASTPASS+:

No

ACCESSIBILITY:

Must Transfer from Wheelchair/ECV The queue is wheelchair accessible, but you must climb up into and down out of the rocket, which can be quite daunting for some guests

MINIMUM HEIGHT:

None

WARNINGS:

If you are prone to motion sickness or have existing heart problems, you may wish to avoid this attraction. Supervise children at all times. Children under age 7 years must be accompanied by a person age 14 years or older.

CHILD SWAP:

No

RIDE PHOTO:

No

COGNITIVE DISABILITIES:

Flashing Lights
Loud Noises
Bumps
Lifts Off Ground
Flashing Lights at Night

MAXIMUM SPEED:

Spinning attraction. G Forces are felt strongest when rocket is in the lowest position

SEATING:

Riders sit one behind the other. There is one shared seatbealt for the rocket. Two larger people will not fit in one rocket. There are 16 rockets per ride.

WEIGHT AND SIZE ISSUES:

Taller guests may wish to ride alone or place child in front. Larger guests may wish to ride alone.

EXTRA MAGIC HOURS:

Morning and Evening

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