Roger Rabbit's Car-Toon Spin
My son was scared at only 2 years old but I enjoyed it.
I agree the ride is a lot of fun, but I am confounded at what others like about the queue at this ride. It is dark, and close and loud and you simply never know where you are in relation to getting on the ride. It's worth riding, but do so with a FastPass to avoid the queue.
The highlight of this attraction might well be the queueing area. It really does feel as if though your walking through the streets that Roger Rabbit calls home. The ride itself has some nice visuals and the spinning adds another dimension. Use fastpass or ride before noon, or else waits will get long.
The spinning isn't as hard as you would expect. You really have to work the wheel to spin hard, but I don't mind that a bit as I don't generally do spinners. The queue is excellent and the scenes in the ride are very well done.
i like this ride its fun with all the spinning but the lines can get quite long. Love the queu
This is a classic Disney dark ride along the lines of Mr. Toad's Wild Ride or Pinocchio's Daring Journey. The selling point is that the cars can be made to spin after passing the part of the ride where the road is coated in 'Dip.' There is a great themed queue which actually helps to set up the premise of the ride. There are also some very good special effects in the ride, with the standout being the portable hole that concludes the ride. See if you can figure out how its done!
this is a fun ride. awesome queqe too. great combination of a dark ride and a spinning ride.
More attraction and restaurant ratings:
Most Popular U.S. Theme Parks
Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom
Popular International Parks
Features, News and Advice
Books and Shirts