Location: Back of Paradise Pier near Mulholland Madness.
Date Opened: June 11, 2010
# of Ride Units: 24 single seats and 12 tandem seats.
Ride Capacity: 48 riders.
Restraint Method: Lapbar.
Ticket Rating: B Ticket
Ride Photo: No.
Open/Close: Opens and closes with the park. May close during inclement weather. This attraction does close during performances of World of Color but does reopen briefly between shows.
Length of Ride: 1 minute.
Single Rider: Yes.
Health Restriction: Riders with a fear of heights may not want to ride.
Ride Access: Silly Symphony Swings has a separate entrance for guests in ECVs and wheelchairs or who will otherwise need extra time to board the attraction.
Wheelchair Transfer: Yes,
Service Animals: No.
Audio: The ride does play music and has narration.
Weight and Size Issues: Technically none, but guests are not allowed to ride if they can not sufficiently lower the safety bar.
Height Restriction: 40" (102 cm.). Children under 48" (122 cm.) must ride in a tandem swing with an adult.
Child Swap: No.
Other Issues: While it is a very smooth ride it does involve hanging in a bucket out over empty space, a good way to discover a child's latent fear of heights.
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History and Trivia
- At this location: This spot has been home to a bucket swing ride since the park opened. The original version, which closed in July 2009, was the Orange Stinger in which riders could pretend they were bees buzzing around a giant California orange, a tribute to the orange groves that used to fill the area where Disneyland Resort now is.