The ride usually uses a virtual queue, which fills up just minutes after it opens each day at 7AM and 1PM. But today was the first day that it switched to a standby queue instead, with guests lining up in person rather than joining an online queue. So what do the crowds look like for this super popular ride?
Well, August was a BIG month when it comes to Disney news.
We’re back with a check-in on the most unexpected/vacation-altering news that happened in Disney World last month and, well, this one’s a doozy. Are you sitting down? Comfy? HYDRATED? We ask because this list of unexpected news is pretty much dissertation length. Don’t worry though, we’re here to guide ya through it.
The ride typically loads guests using a boarding group system where guests are required to open the My Disney Experience app and secure a pass at 7AM or 1PM if they wish to ride. This system has seen its changes in the last two years, but it has been the only way for guests to experience the attraction…that is, until yesterday.