Spaceship Earth in Epcot is a ride located in the park’s iconic golf shaped ball. This ride will take you through at communication technology throughout history. At the end of the ride, you will be able to design the kind of future you want using the touch screen located in front of you. This is my kids favorite part!
At the end of the ride, you will exit into Project Tomorrow where you can interact with multiple exhibits including Body Builder, Power City, Innervision and Super Driver. If you don’t care to take the 16 minute ride on Spaceship Earth, you can enter Project Tomorrow from the backside of the ball.
Length of Ride: 16 minutes
Height Requirement: Any height
Scare Factor: None
Rider Switch (for small kids): Yes
Weather Procedure: Located indoors with a covered outdoor queue
Ride Photo: No
Flash Photography: No
Queue: Outdoors. The queue is visible when you enter Epcot, but don’t let it fool you. The loading area for the attraction is right inside the doors.
Extra Magic Hours: Open for morning and evening hours
When to Ride: Whenever the line is 20 minutes or less (frequently throughout the day) or with Fastpass+
Our Touring Strategy: We rode it when the wait was 5 minutes.
Secrets/Tips and Tricks:
- Your ride vehicle acts as a time machine. Kids love this!
- At the beginning of the ride, it will take a photo of you. At the end of the ride, it uses this photo to put you into the future you choose. This ride photo can not be printed.
You might also enjoy Enchanted Tales with Belle in the Magic Kingdom.
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