This is a huge one guys, I took some decent pictures of the important features for all those who have not experienced this amazing ride! If you want to keep it a surprise though, don’t look any further!!
We first started out in the line which wrapped all the way outside the building! We knew it would take awhile but we were determined to ride it this trip no matter what! Well after waiting about ten minutes, it was broken down (unfortunately we saw it broken down 4+ times today alone!) but we didn’t think we would make our dinner reservations so we hopped out of line and decided to come back right before closing. Best. Idea. Ever. If you want the shortest line, head straight there about 10 minutes or less before the fireworks at 10pm. We waited about a half hour max and just in case anyone was wondering, the line we first got in was probably 3-4 hour wait! It was insane!!!
So once we got in line, the queue was very adorable and fun for everyone! But it’s only interactive the last half hour-ish part of the wait…we came right up to all the interactive stuff and waited a half hour after that, so that was just our experience. The consensus of my brothers, mom & I as well as others around us, describe it as similar to Big Thunder Mountain in the drops, speed, etc. I was also pretty nervous about the swinging buckets but it just makes the ride MUCH smoother and not as jerky as some of the older roller coasters! Definitely did not swing enough to be scary for older adults or young children (or scaredy cats like me)! So enough talking here are the pics!!!