Hollywood Studios – Walt Disney World
Type of Ride
Have you ever wanted to ride in a real-life Millennium Falcon? Well, now you can make your dreams come true! Hop aboard the Millennium Falcon with the rest of your crew for an exciting and dangerous mission! Experience being either a pilot, an engineer, or a gunner as you work with your team to race against the First Order for the Coaxium. Transport it safely or you might risk it falling in the hands of the First Order, and work with your team well if you want your boss, Hondo Ohnaka, to give your crew a good score!
Located in Galaxy’s Edge of Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The entrance to the ride is on the left of the life-sized Millennium Falcon.
What Age is it Best for?
I recommend ages 8 and up for this ride. The mission is a bit challenging for younger kids, and there are plenty of loud noises that may frighten some younger children.
How to Ride
Standby, Lightning Lane, and Single-rider lines are available for this attraction. If you choose to wait in the standby line, expect to wait at least one hour. If you wish to skip the long wait, I recommend buying a Lightning Lane pass or waiting until the very end of the night to grab the last ride of the night.
Will I get Motion Sickness on this Ride?
If you are prone to motion sickness, I recommend that you sit this ride out. In addition, if you have any major blood pressure, heart, neck, or back conditions that can be aggravated by bumpy rides like this one, I would recommend that you sit this one out.
What Items Can I Take on This Ride?
You can take anything with you on this ride. There are shelves inside the ride where you can comfortably and securely store all of your things.
How Many People Fit it a Row?
Two people fit in each row according to the three different roles: two pilots, two engineers, and two gunners in total. Six people can ride together on the Millenium falcon in total.
Can Children Ride on Your Lap?
Children cannot ride on your lap. If you wish to take children with you, you must make sure they meet the 38″ height requirement before riding.
Are there Ride Photos Available?
There are no ride photos available, but you can snap some quick photos with your group on the Millennium Falcon while you wait for your party to be called next!
Must be able to transfer out of a wheelchair for the attraction. Audio Descriptions are available for this attraction.
This ride is all about teamwork, but the two selected pilots in your party have one of the biggest responsibilities. If you really want to succeed in your mission, I wouldn’t recommend giving a pilot seat to a 5-year-old (speaking from experience!).