Star Tours: The Adventures Continue reviews
Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Star Tours: The Adventures Continue, a simulator ride in Tomorrowland at Disneyland. (The minimum height to ride is 40 inches.)
Written by Robert Niles
Star Tours: The Adventures Continue actually takes place before the original Star Tours, in the time between the third and fourth Star Wars films. You still ride with the Star Tours flight crew, but with C-3PO at the helm, and a rebel spy on board. Who could it be?
The ride features multiple options for more than 50 different possibilities of where you'll visit and whom you'll see on your trip.
A very good, and highly repeatable simulator ride. Just make sure you don't sit behind a tall person wearing a hat (like I did) or your ride will be ruined (Disney really should do a better job of putting taller folks in the back of the simulator). - James Rao
Amazing what an update can do. Although I liked the previous version, this one offers so much more. The different versions of the ride was a great move by Disney. You never know which version you are gonna get and thats part of the fun. I've seen maybe 8 or 9 versions here and at Disney World and they are all good fun. - Manny Barron
My second favorite ride at the park. Really well done! You actually get the intended sensations, unlike many other simulators I have been on. It is also cool that they incorporate the actual riders on board by taking pictures of them. (9/10) - Lexi R
Awesome revamp of one of my favorite rides. I have been on it three times since the update and have had a different experience each time - Hoth, Endor and Tatooine. Hoth was my favorite so far. - Elia Juarez
Because of the different variations it is well worth getting in line several different times. My kids requested that we ride it every day we were at the park and we laughed harder after each ride. Excellent choice! - John Ball
I enjoyed the updates. After riding the old version several times at Hollywood Studios, I was looking forward to finally getting the chance to ride the rebooted version (this time at Disneyland). I love that they have incorporated more characters you can recognize from the movies and thought the journey was interesting and fun. - Carl Stovall
Excellent update and stands repeat riding. Now piloted by C3-PO with paricular highlights being the battle on Hoth and the pod race on Tattooine. Some great comic moments in the queue area as well! - Mark Moore
Thank goodness of the variations. I remember the old star tours and it got very boring. Adding some comical fun into it is a blast! But this is a typical room moving ride. - B Higgins
We must have rode this 10 times to see all the variances. So much fun! - brian newsome
Definitely not for people who get motion sickness. Don't get me wrong, I loved this ride and it was really cool, but I'm the type of person who can go on any roller coaster and not get sick and yet when I got off this ride I actually felt a little nauseous(and I know I wasn't the only one bceause I could hear others say so on the way out) I never got sick on this ride before so I think it's because of the 3-D glasses. Either way, it's still an awesome experience, just try not to eat before getting on. - Sierra J
10/10. as close to a prefect ride experience i have ever been on. Went on three times with 3 different experiences. Love the pod race and hoth sequences the best. - Will Chilcote
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