Tomorrowland



Tomorrowland General Facts

9 attractions are in Tomorrowland

1 show and entertainment is in Tomorrowland

2 dinning locations are in Tomorrowland

5 shopping locations are in Tomorrowland

1998 Tomorrowland was refurbished, but is an original land to Disneyland

14 boats were operational in 1955 for the attraction called Speed Boat Ride

104 guests could ride the TWA Rocket Rise to the Moon in 1955

Astro Orbiter

1998 is when Astro Orbiter debuted

16 rockets will seat 2 adults, 1 behind the other. A safety strap type of belt secures riders. Once the rockets rise into the air and begin circling, use the joystick to
raise or lower the rocket ship.

90 seconds is your total flight time on the Astro Orbiter

1956 this attraction was called Astro-Jets

1967 the attraction was renamed Tomorrowland Jets

26 feet tall is the Astro Orbier

10 revolution per minute obtained on the Astro Orbiter

Autopia

1955 is when Autopia debuted

114 cars are on the track at one time

124 cars are in service

2 adults can ride each car

5 minutes is the length of your trip, depending on traffic

1966 is when Midget Autopia was retired; the cars were donated to Marceline, Missouri, the childhood home of Walt Disney, where they were installed in Walt Disney Municipal Park.

1999 was the last time the Autopia was refurbished

2,568 is the total track length

224 million guests have taken a joy ride on the Autopia at Disneyland park since its opening in 1955

32 cars were operational in 1955, which included 1 Disneyland Autopia special and 4 polices cars and 3 extra cars

300 crashes a day is approximately how many impacts an Autopia car can with stand

Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters

2005 is when Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters debuted

2 adults can ride in each Astro Blaster

5 minutes is the length of Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters

3 versions of this attraction exist; the others are Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World, Buzz Lightyear's Astro Blasters at Tokyo Disneyland. I guess 3 times a charm.

Disneyland Monorail

See the Disneyland Monorail under the Walt Disney World Monorail section

Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage

2007 is when Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage debuted

8 electric powered submarines are located at this attraction

40 guests can ride on each submarine

15 minutes is the length of your Nemo Voyage

2 additional seats as well as two new portholes were added to each of the eight submarines.

4 seagulls, which briefly appeared in the feature film, can be seen and heard as Audio-Animatronics figures resting on a buoy above the lagoon

30 tons of recycled glass were used in the creation of the lagoon.

40 unique colors for the lagoon area including such whimsical names as Yamber (a cross between yam and amber), Mango Mud, Toast, Blue Feint (barely blue), Aqua Jazz, Swamp (dark green/amber), Danger Red, Burning Coal, Split Pea, Earth, Phantom and Peritwinkle.

50 hours are needed to fill the Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage lagoon

2.1 million gallons of water are used to fill the Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage lagoon

1 hose filled the lagoon at approximately 12,000 gallons per hour and a water filter plant provided water at a rate of 30,000 gallons per hour to completely fill the lagoon

Honey, I Shrunk the Audience

1998 is when Honey, I Shrunk the Audience debuted

575 guests can sit in the theater

1 theater is located at this attraction

5 minute pre show is what you will see first at Honey, I Shrunk the Audience

13 minute show in 3D is waiting for you at Honey, I Shrunk the Audience.

Innoventions

1998 is when Innoventions debuted

5 different entry points are available to Innoventions, and depending on where you enter, you'll see a different interactive demonstration of state-of-the-art technology in the area of Entertainment, Home, Sports and Recreation, Transportation, or Workplace.

2 floors are in the Innoventions attraction, but only the outside of the bottom floor rotates. It revolves at a rate of 1 mile/hour, and makes a full revolution every 17 minutes, 40 seconds.

Space Mountain

1977 is when Space Mountain debuted

12 guests can ride in each rocket

3 minutes is the length of your journey though space

188 feet high is Space Mountain.

2 cars each with 3 rows that seat 2 people that is the capacity of a rocket on Space Mountain. Each passenger has his or her own lap bar. There's a net bag on the seat in front for the storage of loose items on Space Mountain.

2 year rehab closed Space Mountain, but it reopened in July 2005. Though the track layout is the same, the rocket vehicles are new and the ride is faster, smoother, and darker. Astronaut Neil Armstrong was a special guest at the reopening ceremony.

42 new speakers are in each ride vehicle at the new Space Mountain.

15 feet below ground is where the ride queue begins

200 foot diameter is the size of the building, that is 100 foot less then WDW

3 chain lifts are required to get to the peak of the ride due to the smaller volume of the building (compared with the single lift at Walt Disney World's Space Mountain).

1 million dollars was the estimated cost to build Space Maountin back in 1977

140 diameter was the inside diameter of the building reducing the track size originally proposed.

1 track is at this version of Space Mountain

2,160 can ride per hour compared to WDW version of 2,400

2,267 feet of track are squeezed into the Space Mountain building

9.5 feet is the height of the track crossover section of track

2.5 G’s can be found on the banked turns of Space Mountain

68 foot drop can be found on Space Mountain

171 million people had ridden on the old track, a total of more than 8 million miles before it was refurbished in 1986.

117 feet is the height of Space Mountain, that is from the ground to the top spire

18 million was the construction cost of Space Mountain

205 million guests have been launched into space since its opening in 1977 (2011)

Star Tours The Adventure Continues

June 3, 2011 is when Star Tours the Adventure Continues reopened after its long awaited rehab and 3D was added too

54 possible experiences "You will rarely, if ever, see the same show twice. And it's all in 3D." At Star Tours the Adventure Continues

6 planets will be visited Tatooine (Pod Race), Coruscant, Kashyyyk, The unfinished Death Star space station, Naboo, Hoth at Star Tours the Adventure Continues

11 Star Wars characters can be found in the attraction: C-3PO, R2-D2, AC-38, Aly San San, Darth Vader, Boba Fett, Master Yoda, Admiral Ackbar, Princess Leia, Chewbacca, Stormtroopers and "skytroopers" at Star Tours the Adventure Continues

6 hours of continuous riding would be required to see all 54 Star Tour destinations combinations at Star Tours the Adventure Continues

7 minutes is the total ride time at Star Tours the Adventure Continues(including boarding at Starspeeder gate)

5 minutes is the Actual show length at Star Tours the Adventure Continues

40 inches (102 cm) or taller is required at Star Tours the Adventure Continues

4 ride simulators vehicles in Star Tours, each holding 40 passengers.

40 guests can be seated in each Star Tours flight simulator.

160 guests can ride Star Tours at 1 time

$33,000,000 was needed to open the Disneyland version of Star Tours on January 9, 1987, which is almost twice the cost to open all of Disneyland in 1955 (approx. $17M).