Thrill Rides Had LONG Wait Times in Disney World This Week!

It’s been quite the week in Disney World with new mask policies for guests and, of course, plenty of families visiting the parks!

Spaceship Earth

And, we’re breaking down what the average wait times were like in Disney World this past week in each of the parks!

Magic Kingdom

Magic Kingdom had little to no changes in wait times this week compared to the previous week! The highest waits we saw were at attractions like Jungle Cruise and Pirates of the Caribbean tied at 43 minutes, Space Mountain at 47 minutes

Jungle Cruise

Seven Dwarfs Mine Train with 59 minutes, and Splash Mountain with 67 minutes.

Seven Dwarfs Mine Train

Carousel of Progress: 10 minutes
Dumbo the Flying Elephant: 16 minutes
Magic Carpets of Aladdin: 16 minutes
Mad Tea Party: 13 minutes
Tomorrowland Speedway: 18 minutes
Barnstormer featuring the Great Goofini: 14 minutes
Under the Sea – Journey of the Little Mermaid: 14 minutes
Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: 21 minutes
Mickey’s PhilharMagic: 23 minutes
Haunted Mansion: 18 minutes
Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin: 31 minutes
Prince Charming Regal Carrousel: 21 minutes
Astro Orbiter: 32 minutes
Peter Pan’s Flight: 34 minutes
it’s a small world: 35 minutes
Space Mountain: 47 minutes
Jungle Cruise: 43 minutes
Pirates of the Caribbean: 43 minutes
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad: 37 minutes
Splash Mountain: 67 minutes
Seven Dwarfs Mine Train: 59 minutes
Tom Sawyer Island: 26 minutes
Liberty Square Riverboat: 6 minutes

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

This week didn’t bring too many changes to Disney’s Hollywood Studios either! Places like Muppet*Vision 3D and Alien Swirling Saucers tied at 25 minutes, while Star Tours and Toy Story Mania tied at 29 minutes.

Kermit Clock

Meanwhile, the Slinky Dog Dash had the highest wait time in the parks with a 69-minute wait.

Slinky Dog Dash

Lightning McQueen’s Racing Academy: 26 minutes
Muppet Vision 3D: 25 minutes
Alien Swirling Saucers: 25 minutes
Star Tours – The Adventures Continue: 29 minutes
Toy Story Mania: 29 minutes
Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster featuring Aerosmith: 42 minutes
Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run: 52 minutes
Twilight Zone Tower of Terror: 56 minutes
Slinky Dog Dash: 69 minutes
Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway: 33 minutes

EPCOT

The rides around EPCOT had little increases here and there all over the park this week! The highest wait times we noticed were at Mission: SPACE with 46 minutes, Frozen Ever After with 52 minutes

Space Ceiling

Soarin’ with 55 minutes, and Test Track with 61 minutes.

Extended queue outside of Test Track

The Seas with Nemo and Friends: 15 minutes
Gran Fiesta Tour: 9 minutes
Living with the Land: 10 minutes
Journey into Imagination: 16 minutes
Spaceship Earth: 26 minutes
Mission: SPACE: 46 minutes
Soarin’: 55 minutes
Frozen Ever After: 52 minutes
Test Track: 61 minutes

Disney’s Animal Kingdom

In Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Na’vi River Journey had another wait time decrease to 32 minutes, while Avatar Flight of Passage saw an increase to 78 minutes.

Pandora

And if you wanted to see take a prehistoric trip on Dinosaur, or check out some animals on Kilimanjaro Safaris, you could expect to wait 36 and 34 minutes, respectively.

Elephants!

TriceraTop Spin: 7 minutes
Kilimanjaro Safaris: 34 minutes
Dinosaur: 36 minutes
It’s Tough to Be a Bug: 22 minutes
Expedition Everest: 21 minutes
Na’vi River Journey: 32 minutes
Avatar Flight of Passage: 78 minutes

As we continue to make our way around the parks, we’ll be sure to give you a look at everything happening in Disney World soon!

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What’s your favorite ride in Disney World? Let us know in the comments below!

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Rachel Franko has been going to Disney Parks since she was a baby, and her love of Disney has only grown into a SLIGHT obsession since! She's been writing for AllEars since 2019 and loves sharing the magic with all the readers. When she's not writing, you can catch her heading to Disney and Universal Studios with a heart full of dreams and a backpack full of themed ears!

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