We Tested the NEW Standby Line for Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure in Disney World

Oh, Disney. You’re always keeping us on our toes — or should we say our paws? Back in October, a new EPCOT attraction debuted in the France pavilion of the World Showcase.

Isn’t France beautiful this time of year?

The attraction, called Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, opened with a virtual queue system that allowed guests to reserve a place in line without having to stand in a physical queue. But because things are always changing in Disney World, the virtual queue system for Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure is no longer in use. So what does this look like? Let us show you!

In the past, guests could wake up at 7AM to try and join the virtual queue. Later on, guests could try to join the virtual queue as long as they were in the park at 1PM.

Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure

Now, this attraction will use a traditional standby queue instead. Keep in mind that if you do not want to wait in line, you can still purchase an Individual Attraction Selection Lightning Lane Pass for Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure.

The Lightning Lane is still an option!

Disney’s Individual Attraction Selection attractions (which we like to call Fancy Rides™) can vary in price depending on the day and time. But for those of you who would prefer to wait in the standby line, let’s see how it works!

The line started by the World Traveler gift shop in the World Showcase!

We decided to rope-drop this attraction, meaning we headed straight there right when the park opened. We followed the crowd and got in line over by the World Traveler gift shop. From there, the line moved pretty steadily. When we checked the posted wait time, it read 70 minutes.

We made it to the bridge!

About 10 minutes after we got in line, we had made it to the France pavilion! At this point, the standby line had a 90 minute wait time on the Genie app.

The line is still moving…

It took approximately 15 minutes to get to this point. The line kept moving pretty regularly, which made the time go by a little faster.

Almost there!

About 30 minutes after we got in line, we were getting closer! As you can see, the posted standby wait time now read 60 minutes!

Getting closer!

We kept waiting…

Be prepared to wait; even at rope drop!

…and finally made it inside about an hour after we got in line! In total, we waited 75 minutes to ride Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure at rope-drop. When we exited the attraction, the wait time was still listed as 60 minutes.

Whew! We did it!

Keep in mind that the current system could change back to a virtual queue, so be sure to stay tuned for more updates and other Disney World news!

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Do you prefer to use a virtual queue or wait in a standby line? Let us know in the comments!

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8 Replies to “We Tested the NEW Standby Line for Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure in Disney World”

  1. Did you enter the park from the main gate or international gateway? I’m hoping its less of a wait if you enter at international gateway.

  2. Do you know if the ride is open during the early entrance (for the deluxe hotels)? Could that be one of the reasons it was already so long at rope drop?

  3. Single rider line?? It’s in one of your pictures… I remember using it in Paris a few years ago but they have it here at WDW or was that a pic from Paris?

    1. Hi Michael! There is a single rider line for this one, but it has not been used since the ride opened! We’ll absolutely update if that ends up changing with it now being available as a standby line!

    2. Lately, overall, Disney seems to going bacwards against technology for instance. Guest experience?. More like back tthe past! And we are still in a pandemic getting worse daily with highest transmission rates ever. Wake up leaders – not the best.

  4. Not worth waiting more than 30 minutes. Have no idea why they are doing away with virtual. Guest experience will continue to go down down down.

    1. were you at rope drop early and in front to get into park prior to rope drop? Sounds like you entered at main entrance and not international gateway?