General Information

Location: On the right side of Tomorrowland (when entering from Main Street), beyond Star Tours and Star Traders.

Date Opened: May 24, 1998

# of Ride Units: 1 theater

Ride Capacity: 575 people per show

Restraint Method: None

Ticket Rating: C Ticket

Ride Photo: No

Sponsor: Kodak


Time Commitment

Open/Close: Open and close with the park.

Wait Times: A new show starts every 15 minutes and it is rare to wait more than one showing before getting into the theater. FastPass is available

Length of Ride: 13 minutes

FastPass: No

Single Rider: No

Queue Description: The exterior queue has videos showing information from the Imagination Institute.

Access Information

Health Restriction: None

Ride Access: Proceed through the standard queue. When you arrive at the reception podium, the cast member will direct you where to wait.

Wheelchair Transfer: It is not necessary to transfer, but due to limited designated seating, only one person in your party will be allowed to sit with you, the rest of your party will have to seat elsewhere in the theater.

Service Animals: Yes

Audio: Assistive listening and reflective captioning devices are available

Weight and Size Issues: For theater seats the seats are large, though some may still find them tight. There is plenty of legroom between rows.

Parenting Information

Height Restriction: No

Child Swap: No

Other Issues: Young children may not keep the 3-D glasses on. There are a few startling effects: A large snake lunges at the audience, "mice" scurry past your feet.

History and Trivia

  • At this location: This area of Tomorrowland was first put into use in 1961, though you'd never recognize it. At that time, the Flying Saucers attraction opened. Flying Saucers was a high-tech version of bumper cars as riders moved around on air cushions. The saucers never worked as well as hoped and the ride only lasted five years and with the New Tomorrowland of 1967 the area was converted into the Tomorrowland Stage, a 1,100 seat outdoor theater that played host to many acts and performers over the years. When Space Mountain opened in 1977, the stage was renamed Space Stage and built into the base of the mountain. In 1985, Space Stage closed for construction of the Magic Eye Theater, to be home for the new Michael Jackson 3-D film Captain EO. The theater opened before the film was ready and initially showed the Magic Journeys film from Walt Disney World and Captain EO moved in later that year. After a bit more than 10 years, the film was quietly pulled as part of the New Tomorrowland redesign and the theater closed to reopen as Honey, I Shrunk the Audience.
  • The Attraction's History: So far, Honey, I Shrunk the Audience is aging better than did Captain EO and remains unchanged since it debuted.