General Information

Location: To the right, on the border with World Showcase.

Date Opened: November 21, 1994

# of Ride Units: One theater

Ride Capacity: 570 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. This attraction is open during evening Extra Magic Hours but not the morning version.

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: Yes

Single Rider: No

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

Access Information

Health Restriction: None

Ride Access: The entire attraction is wheelchair accessible. ECVs are not allowed into the theater and it is necessary to transfer to a wheelchair at the building's entrance.

Wheelchair Transfer: Not necessary, wheelchair users will be directed to designated seating.

Service Animals: Yes

Audio: Assistive listening devices and reflective captioning devices are available for this show from Guest Services.

Weight and Size Issues: Should be none.

Parenting Information

Height Restriction:

Child Swap:

Other Issues:

History and Trivia

  • At this location: The Journey Into Imagination pavilion opened in 1982 with a film called Magic Journeys in this location. That 70mm film traveled the world looking at things through a child's eyes. In 1986 the film was moved to the Fantasyland Theater in Magic Kingdom in order ot make room for the new Captain EO 3-D film starring Michael Jackson. Captain EO was initially successful but didn't age well and ended its run on July 6, 1994. At that time the theater was modified to add interactive elements and Honey, I Shrunk the Audience opened on November 21, 1994.
  • The Attraction's History: Honey, I Shrunk the Audience remains essentially unchanged since it opened in 1994.
  • Other Trivia:
    • Sponsors: Kodak has sponsored the Imagination pavilion since it opened in October 1982.