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Innoventions reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Innoventions, a walk through in Tomorrowland at Disneyland.

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Posted: October 29, 2013

This is an interactive area in Tomorrowland designed to showcase the newest technology available now, as well as what's in store for the future. This building (the Carousel Theater) was originally the Carousel of Progress from 1967 to 1973. This eventually became America Sings, running from 1974 to 1988. Its current attraction has been around since 1998 as part of the "New Tomorrowland" theme. The Carousel Theater has an outer ring that rotates, changing what is presented to guests as they enter, and an inner ring where the majority of the attraction is presented.

These days, the biggest individual attraction within Innoventions is Disney's exhibit and meet-and-greet area promoting the latest Marvel character movie.

Readers' rating:

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23 votes, so far

A waste of space. - James Rao

Way better than the Epcot version. It was a ton f fun to explore on a busy day. I loved the House of the Future exhibit. - Bryce McGibeny

It's a nice little exhibit that definitely adds to the tomorrow, in Tomorrowland. The Iron Man tech is the highlight right now and the house of the future is neat as well. It's worth to stop by for 20-30 minutes and get out of the sun. - Manny Barron

This gets a slightly higher rating because I went when Iron Man Tech was on display and that was REALLY cool! It no longer spins though. What's up with that? - Elia Juarez

Better than most of Epcot's Innoventions, it could use a little bit of an update. The spinning floor and house of the future rock. Only if COP in WDW had a nifty building like this. - Skipper Adam

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