Debuting in 1998, the "new" Tomorrowland represents the vision and fantasy of futurists such as H.G. Wells, Jules Verne and Leonardo da Vinci. Guests can zoom through Space Mountain, experience 3-D fun in "Honey I Shrunk the Audience", travel through the galaxy in Star Tours, and much more!
ASTRO ORBITER - Climb aboard your rocket ship and zoom through space in this orbiting ride. You can control whether your ship rises or falls as you complete your circular tour. Guests in wheelchairs must transfer to ride.
AUTOPIA - Autopia is filled with humor and offers new interactive surprises! Drivers get behind the wheel of "Suzy," a cute coupe; "Dusty," an off-road vehicle; or "Sparky," a stylish sports car. They experience the world from a car's perspective, cruising the unique roadways of Autopia. The new route takes you around curves, over bridges, and through a "Car Park." You'll even find yourself navigating your car off-road! Minimum height is 52" to drive alone.
'Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters' - FASTPASS Attraction
Tomorrowland has a new challenge! Guests will help Buzz Lightyear fight his nemesis, The Evil Emperor Zurg, when they board the special cars and enter the new attraction Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters. The queue enters the building, where you will see Buzz Lightyear, himself, and with the help of an Etch a Sketch he will ask for your help to get Zurg. Soon, you will board the cars on the quest to defeat the Evil Emperor Zurg. Each astro blaster comes equipped with two guns that you can pick up and shoot at the various targets throughout the attraction and a joy stick to help guests turn the cars to get a better aim. Each target is marked with a Z, and are worth various points, depending on the shape around the Z - triangles, rectangles, and circles. There are also moving targets that pose a bigger challenge. Get one of these and score big points! You will compete with your partner for the bigger points. After your adventure, you can go to one of the five kiosks and email a picture of you with your final score to yourself or a friend. Restrictions: Guests in wheelchairs must transfer to ride, Adults should accompany small children.
Disneyland MONORAIL - Travel above and through the park on this elevated train to and from the park and Downtown Disney.
||"HONEY, I SHRUNK THE AUDIENCE" -
This 3-D film takes you to the Imagination Institute where Professor Wayne Zelinski is being honored for his scientific achievements. Mayhem ensues when he demonstrates his shrinking machine! Be warned - some special effects here are quite realistic, and those with a fear of mice or snakes should think twice before viewing! This attraction is wheelchair accessible; reflective captioning, assistive-listening devices available; and video-captioning available in select pre-show areas (ask a Cast Member for details).
||INNOVENTIONS - Housed in the old Carousel of Progress building, Innoventions features a variety of walk-through and interactive exhibits. You first meet Tom Morrow, your pre-show host, who tells you more about what you'll see. You enter in one of four areas (since the building still revolves you never know which area you'll enter first). Once inside, you can explore both stories filled with live presentations and fast-paced activities. This attraction is wheelchair accessible, assistive listening devices and video-captioning available in select pre-show areas (ask a Cast Member for details).
SPACE MOUNTAIN - This white-knuckler coaster twists and turns in near-total darkness and features a computerized sound system with a soundtrack perfectly choreographed for your ride! You'll zoom past stars, meteors and comets during this deep-space adventure. Minimum height to ride 40 inches. Guests in wheelchairs must transfer to ride. Video-captioning available in selected pre-show portions (see a Cast Member for details.) Guests with back, neck or heart problems, pregnant women, or those affected by motion sickness should not ride.
TIP: Space Mountain features FAST PASS. Use it to avoid long waits.
STARCADE - This large video arcade is a favorite of teens. Wheelchair accessible.
STAR TOURS - Get ready for your trip to the Moon of Endor, but beware - it may just be your pilot's first trip! This popular motion simulator ride based on the movie Star Wars will make you feel as if you're really a passenger on this starship as it dodges giant ice crystals, fights of invaders and travels in warp speed! Not to worry, somehow you do make it back safely. Minimum height to ride is 40 inches. Guests in wheelchairs must transfer to ride. Video-captioning available in selected pre-show portions (see a Cast Member for details.) Guests with back, neck or heart problems, pregnant women, or those affected by motion sickness should not ride.
RESTAURANTS & REFRESHMENTS
- Tomorrowland Terrace(Counter Service):
Here you can order cheeseburgers, chicken breast sandwiches, tortilla wraps, fries, etc. There is a cute show with Buzz Lightyear that you can watch while you eat. In the evening, they may have entertainment – groups playing contemporary music.
- Redd Rocket’s Pizza Port
This open food court style restaurant features salads, pasta, pizza and sandwiches as well as children's meals. Favorite fresh Italian-inspired selections are found here. Healthy options and vegetarian menu items are available.
- Autopia Winner’s Circle - Take home an ‘Autopia’ souvenir
- Hatmosphere Premiere Shop
- The Star Trader
- Tomorrowland Pin Cart