High In The Sky Seuss Trolley Train Ride reviews
Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for High In The Sky Seuss Trolley Train Ride, a track ride in Seuss Landing at Universal's Islands of Adventure. (The minimum height to ride is 34 inches.)
Written by Robert Niles
The High in the Sky Seuss Trolley Train ride debuted on the tracks above Seuss Landing in 2006. But the tracks had been there since the park's opening, originally designed for a ride called "Sylvester McMonkey McBean's Highly Unusual Driving Machines." But problems with the unique ride system prevented that attraction from opening, leading to a rebuild that yielded the Trolley Train Ride. The ride features two tracks, featuring different scenes from Dr. Seuss books, as the trolleys drive above the rooftops of the land, offering grand views of the park beyond.
A decent train ride around the top of Seuss Landing. Slow and somewhat boring, this ride was really meant for kids. Nevertheless, it does provide some great views of IOA. Not really worth your time unless the line is 15 minutes or less. 4/10 - Brendan Sutton
Always has a long wait. People mover is a better attraction. Don't ride if wait is longer than 5 minutes. 3.5/10 - Jaiden Cohen
Good views. That's about it. 5/10 - Bryce McGibeny
I love these rides. Both are different and they give a beautiful view over this part of the park. - O T
We find ourselves enjoying this ride a lot more then we thought we would, + great view from the area. - David Shaul
A decent "Peoplemover" type of attraction. Would be better with one track that went around the whole land, though. - Sean Huckel
This ride is really nothing special. It is really meant to be for kids only. On this ride, you do get a good view of the Dr. Seuss themed area of the park, and the narration on the ride can be enjoyable. But this is definitely not a must-ride ride. - Raul Hernandez
Nothing amazing in this ride, just a bit of fun for the younger kids. It often has a long wait, don't wait more than 15 minutes! 4/10 - D H
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