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Goofy's Sky School reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Goofy's Sky School, a roller coaster in Paradise Pier at Disney's California Adventure.

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Posted: June 26, 2011

The former Mulholland Madness has bee rethemed as Goofy's Sky School, based on the 1940's Goofy Cartoon "Goofy's Glider." The revamped attraction opened officially on July 1, 2011.

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18 votes, so far

Just for the sake of coaster credit, I visited Goofy's Sky School as I circled the Pier. This coaster is an off the shelf wild mouse, and while it is pleasantly themed and fairly smooth, it is the same old, mediocre, start and stop coaster you've ridden at dozens of parks across the nation. If you like "yay" / "ouch" rides, you'll like this coaster. I got my credit then moved on, never to return. - James Rao

Fair. It is a wild mouse coaster, but since it's Goofy, I rate it a little better than average. - Carl Stovall

Warn your kids before you go on: you will feel like you're going to fly off the track, but you wont! - Alex Taphorn

went on it when it was mullohand madness...very fun...not thrilling...but fun! - N O

Went on this ride few days ago during the soft opening, and was happy to find the ride is now more intersting than before. I liked this ride when back in the days when it's called Mulholland Madness, and still like its newer form. The ride itself hasn't change at all, but now with new theming. With Goofy's attempt to achieve his American Dream, he converted his chicken coop into a flight school. But you know after all, it's Goofy's flight school. The moment when you take off you see planes sticking into billboards, a cracked safty sign, and all the crazy things. The first drop is descenet, the second drop is also fun. This ride is a roller coaster for the little ones but also fun for the adults. However I'd say if the wait time is longer than 25 minutes, consider coming back or, as part of the rennovation now the fastpass is available for this attraction, get a fast pass and stop by later in the day. - Jeremy Hu

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