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Toy Story Mania thrills guests daily

Toy Story Mania provides guests at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando with an interactive experience as they zip their way through Andy’s toy box. Guests interact with Buzz Lightyear, Woody and more of your favorite Toy Story friends. Guests are provided with 3D glasses to wear during their ride experience. Your ride vehicle will quickly turn from one game to another as you compete against the other members of your four person ride vehicle in this arcade style ride.

Toy Story Mania
Kristin Zarchan
Mr. Potato Head interacts with guests in line at Toy Story Mania
Kristin Zarchan

As guests wind through the queue to ride Toy Story Mania they are immersed in games from the past. As Chutes and Ladders and Scrabble are on the ceiling. A talking interactive life sized animatronic Mr. Potato Head greats guests from his stationary barker post and keeps them moving along in line. Guests are enthralled with all of the details as they make their way to the front of the line.

Kids and adults love to pull the ball attached to the retractable to shoot at moving targets in this 4-D attraction while Rex, Trixie, Ham and Woody cheer them on. As soon as guests complete one game they are quickly whirled around to their next game. At the end of the ride guests can compare their scores to one another as their ride vehicle shows their score and their virtual prize.

Toy Story Mania is accessible to all guests. There are no height restrictions. Guests with disabilities can board a special ride vehicle that can accommodate their wheelchair if needed.

Since May 31, 2008 Toy Story Mania has been delighting guests while also creating long lines for guests. With Disney’s new Fast Pass Plus system guests can now pre-select a time to ride prior to their visit. Guests no longer need to line up at rope drop and run to Toy Story Mania to obtain a fast pass or hope to ride with a short wait. Wichitans will enjoy this family attraction on their next visit to Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

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