Location: On the east side of Fantasyland, across from Matterhorn Bobsleds.
Date Opened: 6/14/1958
# of Ride Units:
Ride Capacity: 4 per vehicle (two adults in two rows)
Restraint Method: Lap bar
Ticket Rating: B Ticket
Ride Photo: No
Open/Close: Opens and closes with the park. Rain will also cause the ride to close. Open during Magic Mornings.
Wait Times: Generally not longer than 30 minutes.
Length of Ride: Generally not longer than 3 minutes.
Single Rider: No
Queue Description: The outdoor queue is a simple corral squeezed between the rides exterior and the Mad Tea Party teacups ride.
Health Restriction: Should be safe for all health conditions.
Ride Access: Should be safe for all health conditions.
Wheelchair Transfer: You will need to transfer from your wheelchair or ECV into the ride vehicles. Your equipment will be moved and waiting for you when it is time to exit.
Service Animals: Service animals are allowed.
Audio: No assistive devices are available.
Weight and Size Issues: The ride vehicles are on the small side and large people may find them uncomfortable but if necessary can sit in a row alone.
Height Restriction: No
Child Swap: No
Other Issues: The ride restraint is a bar. When a small child sits with a much larger parent, the bar will allow the child to move a bit. The end of this ride is outside on a raised platform. Parents riding with small children should keep a hand on children who may wiggle and squirm. This is probably not the best ride for kids who are easily scared or have sensory issues, as part of it is in the dark with glow-in-the-dark characters that can be scary.
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History and Trivia
At this location: Though the attraction did not open until 1958, it was the first use of this space.
The Attraction's History: Though the ride was extensively rebuilt as part of the 1984 Fantasyland redesign, it remains mostly the same as when it opened.
An encore gig: Kathryn Beaumont, who provided the voice of Alice in the 1951 animated feature film returned to provide the soundtrack for the ride.