Open/Close: Opens and closes with the park.
Wait Times: Wait times for this attraction vary quite a bit throughout the day. Early morning and late evening it will rarely be longer than 10 minutes while during midday it can top 40 minutes. Don't be too worried by extremely long lines as the ride has a large capacity and they move quickly. During the Nightmare Before Christmas holiday overlay, the FastPass will be turned on and is recommended as the lines tend to be longer during this period.
Length of Ride: 7 minutes
FastPass: Not usually, but when the holiday overlay is installed, FastPass is available.
Single Rider: No
Queue Description: The queue winds through the grounds of this antebellum mansion, though it is only during longer lines that it goes through the more interesting areas with views of the graveyard.
Health Restriction: None
Ride Access: Go through the main entrance gate and head to the front porch of the mansion. Wait at the chain for instructions from the cast member. Cast members generally ask people in wheelchairs if they can negotiate the steps in front of the mansion. What they often neglect to mention is that if you say yes, you could be standing anywhere from 5-15 minutes before boarding. If you cannot be on your feet for this long, let them know that fact. Those who cannot walk or negotiate the steps will be taken through a side entrance. People using wheelchairs will remain in them until you board a Doom Buggy.
Wheelchair Transfer: Transfer is required. Several buggies have been cut away on one side, permitting people to slide directly onto the seat or to use a transfer board. If you took your wheelchair with you into the mansion, you will not exit the ride at the normal location, but will return to where you boarded. To board/exit the ride, you will be required to step into/out of a Doom Buggy from a moving walkway. If you are using a wheelchair, the cast member will stop the ride so that you can enter/exit the vehicles at your own speed. However, if you are using a cane or other adaptive device, you will normally exit the ride by stepping onto a moving walkway. If you suffer from vertigo or other balance issues, this may be a problem. If you feel that you may have difficulty doing this, be sure to inform the cast member at the loading area. They will put a sticker on your vehicle, which will let the cast member at the exit area know to stop the ride so that you can exit the vehicle onto a stationary floor.
Service Animals: Yes
Audio: Audio is used to atmospheric effect throughout the ride, but also provides narration. Assistive listening devices are available.
Weight and Size Issues: The "doombuggies" are large and should accommodate just about anybody.