Disney World Rides: 47 Best Attractions From All 4 Parks, Ranked

An Annual Passholder’s Guide To The Absolute Best Disney World Rides

July 10, 2021 Updated October 13, 2021

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If you’re planning a trip to Disney World anytime soon, you’ve likely stumbled upon a singular truth — planning a Disney trip can be overwhelming. Where should you stay? What should you bring? Can you do Disney on a budget? And, of course, the most quintessential of all Disney-planning questions: What are the best Disney rides? Because let’s be real, it’s unlikely you’re going to hit every single ride during your vacation (especially now that Fast Passes aren’t an option). It makes sense that you’d want to prioritize the best of the best. So, here we are, with a list of all the Disney World rides, ranked, spanning across all four of Disney World’s theme parks. That means you’re getting ride recs for Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Animal Kingdom, and Hollywood Studios.

Bonus? You’re getting them from an annual passholder who has visited Disney a lot. Our family decided to invest in annual passes a few years ago, so we make it our business to visit Disney World often throughout the year for vacation, staying anywhere from one week to three weeks per trip. We’ve racked up a lot of Disney ride intel along the way, and since we’re firm believers in spreading “pixie dust,” I’m sharing some of that knowledge with you now.

So, buckle up, keep your arms and feet inside of the car until it comes to a complete stop, and enjoy our list of best Disney World rides — broken down by those best for younger or more timid riders and big kids/thrill-seekers.

Best Disney World Rides for Younger or More Timid Riders

27. Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides, classics, indoor
Location: Tomorrowland in Magic Kingdom

While super-nostalgic since ol’ Walt came up with this attraction’s concept about technological progress himself, your kids will thank you if you spend your time hitting Magic Kingdom’s many other (more exciting) rides.

26. Wildlife Express Train

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides
Location: Africa in Animal Kingdom

File this under hidden gems at Animal Kingdom! If you have a kiddo who loves trains, they’ll enjoy crossing the African savanna on this rustic locomotive — and you’ll love the fact you get off your feet for a peaceful 7-minute, 1.2-mile journey. Plus, it takes you to Rafiki’s Planet Watch for a behind-the-scenes look at some of the park’s animals.

25. Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides
Location: Tomorrowland in Magic Kingdom

Listen, some people are fanatical about this slow-moving tram. And, admittedly, it does offer wonderful views of the park and a narrated tour. But Magic Kingdom has so much more to offer.

24. Gran Fiesta Tour Starring the Three Caballeros

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides, classics, indoor
Location: World Showcase in Epcot

It’s not that there aren’t some things to love about this gentle boat ride through the Mexico Pavilion. For one, the scenery is stunning. The characters from The Three Caballeros are entertaining, too. However, if we’re really honest, this one’s a bit of a snooze compared to other rides.

23. TriceraTop Spin

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides, spinning
Location: DinoLand U.S.A. in Animal Kingdom

This dinosaur-themed gondola ride is one of the few attractions remaining in DinoLand, making it worth a visit. It’s a basic fly high or fly low scenario, but little kids will feel like they’re on top of the world cruising at an elevated altitude in their personal triceratops.

22. Spaceship Earth

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides, dark, classics, indoor, interactive
Location: Future World in Epcot

Spaceship Earth gets points purely for being such an iconic part of the Disney parks. The ride itself — which takes you on tour through the history of human communication — isn’t the most thrilling (or updated), but it is interesting. Also, an interactive component lets you see what your future might look like, which is neat.

21. Living with the Land

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides, indoor
Location: Future World in Epcot

I can already hear some people complaining about this being above other rides. However, this gentle boat ride teaches a lot about the history of farming and the food we consume. It’s also pretty amazing to see how Disney grows some of the food they prepare for use in the park restaurants.

20. Prince Charming Regal Carrousel

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides, spinning, classics, Disney princesses
Location: Fantasyland in Magic Kingdom

Real talk: A carousel is a carousel. This one does the same thing they all do, which is spin around in circles. It lands at No. 20 on the list, though, because younger kids adore it and it has a great view of Cinderella’s Castle.

19. Journey Into Imagination with Figment

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides, dark, indoor
Location: World Showcase in Epcot

This ride may not be everyone’s cup of tea. Still, everyone should give it a shot — it’s honestly pretty silly and cute. It’s an excellent introduction to Figment as well.

18. Astro Orbiter

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides, spinning, classics
Location: Tomorrowland in Magic Kingdom

While the ride is similar to some of the other lift rides in the park, the view — you’re gliding above Tomorrowland — really makes it stand out.

17. The Magic Carpets of Aladdin

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides, spinning, Disney princesses
Location: Adventureland in Magic Kingdom

Swap out the dinosaurs for flying carpet, and this ride is basically TriceraTop Spin. It lands higher on the list purely for nostalgic reasons, as Disney’s Aladdin is one of the most underrated OG movies.

16. Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides, Disney princesses, indoor
Location: Magic Kingdom

If you have a little one who loves Ariel, they’ll undoubtedly get a kick out of traveling “under the sea” in a giant clamshell as the songs from this Disney favorite stream. Pro tip: A large part of the queue for this ride is indoors with ice-cold A/C. So, this ride will seem like the best idea ever when you need a break from the blazing hot Florida temps.

15. Mad Tea Party

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Height: any height
Category: spinning, classics
Location: Fantasyland in Magic Kingdom

Moms and Dads who get queasy on spinning rides should steer clear of this one. Kids, on the other hand, never seem to tire of turning those dizzying teacups in circles.

14. The Seas with Nemo & Friends

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides, indoor
Location: Future World in Epcot

This ride is pretty darn similar to the Little Mermaid ride at Magic Kingdom. The key difference? This gentle journey ends in The Seas with Nemo & Friends Pavilion — Epcot’s massive 5.7-million-gallon saltwater aquarium that is absolutely worth your time.

13. It’s a Small World

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides, classics, indoor
Location: Fantasyland in Magic Kingdom

Don’t shoot the messenger! You might find this whimsical boat ride super-creepy, but c’mon, you can’t get much more classic — Disney created the ride for the 1964 – 1965 New York World’s Fair, where it was a huge hit. Despite your best efforts, you’ll likely find yourself singing along at some point on this gentle 10-minute journey through all seven continents.

12. Na’vi River Journey

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides, indoor, Avatar
Location: Pandora — The World of Avatar in Animal Kingdom

In full disclosure, thrill-seekers may find this ride a bit bland. However, the mystical boat ride through Pandora’s glowing bioluminescent rainforest will enthrall little ones and please fans of the film. Pro tip: Visit the park’s Pandora section after dark to see the entire area glow in bioluminescent beauty.

11. Alien Swirling Saucers

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Height: 32 in (82 cm) or taller
Category: Spinning
Location: Toy Story Land in Hollywood Studios

As fun as this ride is, there are a few caveats you should know about. First, even though the ride is kid-friendly, you whip around pretty hard — so someone is likely to get a little smooshed. Also, the ride goes by quick. While that’s a con, it means the line moves fast, and the wait never seems too terrible.

10. Jungle Cruise

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides, classics
Location: Adventureland in Magic Kingdom

Again, pure nostalgia points drive this ride so far up the list. Watching animatronic elephants and hippos play in the exotic rivers of Asia, Africa, and South America is simply something people tend to remember fondly. Plus, the ride is getting updated this year, which will surely only make it better. Of course, Disney fans know that a good tour guide can make or break this ride. The best ones will keep you laughing from start to finish.

9. Frozen Ever After

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Height: any height
Category: small drops, slow rides, dark, indoor, Disney princesses
Location: World Showcase in Epcot

Calling all fans of Frozen! Do not miss this hidden gem in the Norway section of Epcot’s World Showcase. As you cruise on an ancient Nordic vessel through a frozen willow forest toward Arendelle, you’ll feel like you’re in the movie. The songs, the characters — it’s all Frozen perfection. Just a warning, though: There is a small plunge toward the end that might feel scary to little passengers.

8. Kilimanjaro Safaris

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides, animal encounters, classics
Location: Africa in Animal Kingdom

If I thought I could get away with putting this open-air-vehicle tour of the African savanna higher on the list, I would. In my opinion, there are few things as magical as exploring the Harambe Wildlife Reserve and getting up close with 34 species of majestic animals, from hippos and giraffes to mighty lions. Go early in the morning or near dusk to see the animals at their most active.

7. Dumbo the Flying Elephant

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides, spinning, classics, interactive
Location: Adventureland in Magic Kingdom

This ride is essentially the same as TriceraTop Spin and Aladdin’s Magic Carpets, but you’re riding in the famous big-eared elephant. One reason this ride has an edge (aside from the obvious nostalgia?): Inside the queue, there is an air-conditioned big-top-tent playground for kids! Your little ones might like it even more than the ride itself.

6. Peter Pan’s Flight

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Height: any height
Category: small drops, slow rides, classics, indoor
Location: Fantasyland in Magic Kingdom

Board your pirate galleon and follow Peter Pan on a high-flying adventure over iconic scenes from this beloved animated film. Although this ride is a slow one, it’s gorgeous. Bonus: The interactive queue takes you into the Darling home where Michael, Wendy, and John live and where Tinker Bell can be seen, too.

5. Toy Story Mania!

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Height: any height
Category: spinning, indoor, interactive
Location: Toy Story Land in Hollywood Studios

Interactive rides are fun for the whole fam. This one sees you zipping through a 4D shootin’ game starring your favorite Toy Story characters. The queue is colorful and interesting, and trying to get a high score as you repeatedly pull your spring-action shooter and take aim at moving targets never fails to delight. Word of warning: It’s a bit of an arm workout!

4. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides, indoor, interactive
Location: Fantasyland in Magic Kingdom

Not only is traveling through the Hundred-Acre Wood lovely to look at, but it’s also a blast to see Gopher, Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo, Owl, Tigger, the singing Heffalumps, and, yep, Pooh Bear himself. The ride is gentle, although there is a bouncy section destined to be your favorite part. Also, this ride has one of the best queues in Magic Kingdom, making a long line far more bearable (Get it? Bear-able? Ha!).

3. Seven Dwarfs Mine Train

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Height: 38 in (97 cm) or taller
Category: small drops, thrill rides
Location: Fantasyland in Magic Kingdom

Another perpetual favorite, this coaster races through the diamond mine from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, taking you on a surprisingly exciting journey. The height restriction feels merited since there is a decent little drop at the end, making this the perfect coaster for kids who want a thrill but aren’t ready for Everest or Space Mountain. The queue on this ride is fantastic, too, letting you try your hand at jewel sorting.

2. Slinky Dog Dash

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Height: 38 in (97 cm) or taller
Category: small drops, thrill rides
Location: Toy Story Land in Hollywood Studios

There’s a reason this ride keeps a long wait: It’s so, so, so much fun. Zipping and zooming past giant toys and springing across Andy’s oversized backyard is an exhilarating experience. Granted, there is a height restriction, so be mindful that the littlest riders may have to wait a few years before boarding Mr. Slinky.

1. Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway

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Height: any height
Category: classics
Location: Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood Studios

Giving this the No. 1 spot might be controversial, but I don’t care. Why? Because this newer ride is arguably one of the most visually pleasing rides in the entirety of Disney World. Based on Mickey Mouse cartoon shorts, it’s got nostalgia for days — but it’s one of the park’s more modern rides at the same time. Plus, it’s safe for any height rider, so everyone gets to join in on the good time as you zip through a zany cartoon universe.

Best Disney World Rides for Big Kids and Thrill Seekers

20. Tomorrowland Speedway

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Height: 32 in (82 cm) or taller
Category: thrill rides
Location: Tomorrowland in Magic Kingdom

This gas-powered motorway ride moves fast enough to keep you engaged and has all the makings of a classic race car track. You’re on guided tracks, though, so just know you don’t have complete control.

19. Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides, spinning, indoor, interactive
Location: Tomorrowland in Magic Kingdom

Just like Toy Story Mania at Hollywood Studios, this ride is fully interactive. Here, you become a Junior Space Ranger in an XP-37 cruiser, armed with a laser to defeat the Evil Emperor Zurg. You can spin a full 360 while trying to hit the glowing targets, making this feel like a fully immersive game ride. I’m filing it under the umbrella of a “bigger” kid ride for the sake of this article since, unlike Toy Story Mania, it involves being in a dark environment and shooting lasers at aliens. If you have a little one who isn’t keen on the dark, they might get spooked.

18. The Barnstormer

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Height: 35 in (89 cm) or taller
Category: small drops
Location: Fantasyland in Magic Kingdom

Yes, technically, this is more of a “kid” coaster. So, you might be wondering why there is a height restriction at all. Well, this coast is fast, y’all. If you have a kiddo who doesn’t like that, they probably won’t be super-pumped about this coaster. For thrill-seekers big and small, though, The Barnstormer is a guaranteed giggle-fest. Plus, since the ride is so quick, the line tends to move fast as well.

17. Dinosaur

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Height: 40 in (102 cm) or taller
Category: small drops, thrill rides, dark, scary, indoor
Location: DinoLand U.S.A. in Animal Kingdom

If you love this ride (like we do), you’ll never understand why it doesn’t get more fanfare. You board a rugged Time Rover and set off through a primeval forest on a mission to bring a 3.5-ton Iguanadon back to the present. The catch: Dangerous dinos like the Velociraptor are on the hunt for prey, and fiery meteors crash down around you. OK, so maybe we can see why some kids might find this ride terrifying.

16. Kali River Rapids

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Height: 38 in (97 cm) or taller
Category: small drops, thrill rides, water rides, spinning
Location: Asia in Animal Kingdom

One of Disney’s only true water rides, Kali River Rapids takes you through a lush jungle in the heart of Asia as you raft down a rip-roaring river. The pinnacle of this ride leads to a dramatic 20-foot slope, kicking up the excitement another notch. And, yes, you will get soaked.

15. Pirates of the Caribbean

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Height: any height
Category: small drops, slow rides, dark, classics, indoor
Location: Adventureland in Magic Kingdom

Detractors of this ride are likely shaking their heads “no” right now, arguing that this ride is a bit outdated. That’s part of the charm, though, right? This treacherous animatronic voyage to the 17th century is classic Disney.

14. Star Tours — The Adventures Continue

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Height: 40 in (102 cm) or taller
Category: small drops, indoor, Star Wars
Location: Echo Lake in Hollywood Studios

This 3D space flight experience has fallen back a bit in popularity with the addition of Hollywood Studios’ newer Star Wars rides, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t make Star Tours a priority too. It features your favorite Star Wars characters, and you can get a unique story each time you ride. The queue is also pretty cool and, if you time it right, you can be part of the nearby “Jedi Training” (once it reopens).

13. Test Track

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Height: 40 in (102 cm) or taller
Category: thrill ride, small drops
Location: Future World at Epcot

Most of this ride is pretty tame — you create your own virtual concept car and then hop into a “SIM car” to test it out on the test track through various obstacles, terrain, and weather conditions. It’s the last few minutes of the ride that really make this one shine, as you fly around the raceway at 65 miles per hour. This, friends, is Disney’s fastest ride.

12. Mission: SPACE

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Height: 40 in (102 cm) or taller
Category: thrill rides, spinning, dark, indoor
Location: Future World in Epcot

Space lovers can’t go wrong with this thrilling NASA-style mission to Mars. Highly interactive, each member of your “crew” will be tasked with an important role: navigator, pilot, commander, or engineer. There are two versions of Mission: SPACE you can choose from, with both being a literal and figurative blast. But if you get motion sickness at all, better stick to the Green Mission. The G-forces in Orange Mission make it an out-of-this-world experience… that might make stomach-sensitive riders green in the face.

11. Haunted Mansion

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Height: any height
Category: slow rides, dark, classics, indoor, interactive
Location: Liberty Square in Magic Kingdom

Inside an eerie haunted estate, you’ll cruise along in a gloomy Doom Buggy as you’re visited by ghosts, ghouls, and supernatural surprises galore. The scenery is fantastic, and the visual effects will have you looking up, down, and over your shoulder at every turn.

10. Soarin’ Around the World

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Height: 40 inch (102 cm) or taller
Category: small drops, slow rides, indoor
Location: Future World in Epcot

Sure, this breezy ride might not be as daring as Disney’s coasters, but it’s a breathtaking ride nonetheless. You’re raised high into the air, so you actually feel like you’re flying by world wonders like the majestic Swiss Alps, Australia’s Sydney Harbour, and the Great Wall of China. Scents specific to each place surround you during your journey, making this one a truly sensory experience.

9. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad

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Height: 40 in (102 cm) or taller
Category: small drops, thrill rides, classics
Location: Frontierland in Magic Kingdom

Classics are classics for a reason! BTMR races through a haunted gold mine along a rickety track, leading to a delightfully fast and bumpy ride. It doesn’t have drops as big as, say, Everest, but it makes up for in speed what it lacks in drops.

8. Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run

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Height: 38 in (97 cm) or taller
Category: small drops, thrill rides, dark, loud, Star Wars
Location: Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Hollywood Studios

Star Wars fans will lose their minds over the chance to pilot the iconic Millennium Falcon on a smuggling mission. Like Mission: SPACE, this ride gives every member of your group a crucial interactive role as you jump into hyperspace and careen straight into an intergalactic adventure.

7. Splash Mountain

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Height: 40 in (102 cm) or taller
Category: small drops
Location: Fantasyland in Magic Kingdom

Disney’s other true water ride, Splash Mountain serves up good ol’ fashioned log flume fun. The drop at the end? It’s big! Even thrill-seekers can’t deny the fact that it’ll make your stomach flip. This ride also lands high on the list because it’s being given a Princess and the Frog overhaul, and we can’t wait for the long-overdue update.

6. Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith

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Height: 48 in (122 cm) or taller
Category: big drops, thrill rides, loud, indoor
Location: Sunset Boulevard on Hollywood Studios

The premise of the ride sounds innocuous enough: “Race along the darkened freeways of Los Angeles in a super-stretch limo to the rockin’ tunes of Aerosmith.” But let it be said, this is no ordinary coaster! You’ll blast to a face-flattening 57 mph in mere moments before swooping into three inversions (two rollover loops and one corkscrew). And since the ride is decked out with a 125-speaker, 24-subwoofer, 32,000-watt audio system, it’s definitely a rockin’ good time.

5. Space Mountain

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Height: 44 in (113 cm) or taller
Category: big drops, thrill rides, dark, classics, indoor
Location: Tomorrowland in Magic Kingdom

If you don’t like going fast, don’t go on this ride. If you don’t like being in pitch-black darkness while you go fast, definitely don’t go on this ride. But if you want space adventures set against inky blackness where streaking orbs of lights and comets blast past, this ride’s for you.

4. The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror

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Height: 40 in (102 cm) or taller
Category: big drops, thrill rides, dark, scary, indoor
Location: Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood Studios

Next stop? The 5th dimension! There’s a lot to love here. First, the queue weaves you through the infamous Hollywood Tower Hotel’s dusty lobby, which is creepy-cool. Second, Twilight Zone fans will get all the feels. And finally, the haunted elevator ride ends with a series of plunging and bouncing, plunging and bouncing, that will lift you off your seat and leave you wanting more.

3. Expedition Everest — Legend of the Forbidden Mountain

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Height: 44 in (133 cm) or taller
Category: big drops, thrill rides, dark
Location: Asia in Animal Kingdom

This coaster is pretty much what it sounds like: You’re careening through the icy Himalayas on a speeding train. The catch? You’re fleeing the clutches of the mythical Yeti. Everest will have you plummeting forward, backward, in the dark, towards a “broken” track — it’s loud, fast, a little scary, and lots of fun. Plus, Asia in Magic Kingdom (where this ride is located) is one of the most beautiful areas in all of Disney.

2. Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance

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Height: 40 in (102 cm) or taller
Category: small drops, thrill rides, dark, loud, Star Wars
Location: Animation Courtyard in Hollywood Studios

The latest addition to Disney’s growing roster of Star Wars rides, this massive attraction features multiple ride systems and is truly one-of-a-kind. You’ll have to join the Resistance in a battle against the First Order, during which time you’ll come across unforgettable characters like Kylo Ren, Rey, and BB-8. Just trust us — you want to make time for this one (admittedly, though, it’s tricky to secure a spot in the virtual queue).

1. Avatar Flight of Passage

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Height: 44 in (113 cm) or taller
Category: thrill rides, indoor, Avatar
Location: Pandora — The World of Avatar in Animal Kingdom

Will anything ever de-throne Avatar Flight of Passage as Disney’s best ride? That remains to be seen. For now, this treasure remains at the top. Why? You get to climb atop a winged mountain banshee (the ride “breathes” to add to the authenticity of the experience!) for an extraordinary journey over Pandora’s otherworldly landscape. By the time the ride is over, you’ll be convinced you’re part Na’vi.

Disney World Rides By Park

Want to map out your own plan for Disney World domination? You’re going to need a list of all the rides and attractions at each park. So, here you go! 

Magic Kingdom Rides and Attractions

  • It’s a Small World
  • Astro Orbiter
  • Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
  • Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin
  • Country Bear Jamboree
  • Dumbo the Flying Elephant
  • Jungle Cruise
  • Liberty Square Riverboat
  • Mad Tea Party
  • Mickey’s PhilharMagic
  • Peter Pan’s Flight
  • Pirates of the Caribbean
  • Prince Charming Regal Carrousel
  • Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
  • Space Mountain
  • Splash Mountain
  • The Barnstormer
  • The Hall of Presidents
  • Haunted Mansion
  • The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
  • The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
  • Tom Sawyer Island
  • Tomorrowland Speedway
  • Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover
  • Under the Sea — Journey of The Little Mermaid
  • Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress
  • Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room
  • Swiss Family Treehouse
  • Cinderella’s Castle
  • Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor

Hollywood Studios Rides and Attractions

  • Alien Swirling Saucers
  • Lightning McQueen’s Racing Academy
  • Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway
  • Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run
  • Muppet*Vision 3D
  • Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith
  • Slinky Dog Dash
  • Star Tours — The Adventures Continue
  • The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
  • Toy Story Mania!
  • Walt Disney Presents
  • Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance

Animal Kingdom Rides and Attractions

  • Avatar Flight of Passage
  • DINOSAUR
  • Discovery Island Trails
  • Expedition Everest — Legend of the Forbidden Mountain
  • Gorilla Falls Exploration Trail
  • It’s Tough to be a Bug!
  • Kali River Rapids
  • Kilimanjaro Safaris
  • Maharajah Jungle Trek
  • Na’vi River Journey
  • The Animation Experience at Conservation Station
  • The Oasis Exhibits
  • TriceraTop Spin
  • Wilderness Explorers
  • Wildlife Express Train
  • Affection Section
  • The Boneyard
  • Conservation Station
  • Fossil Fun Games
  • Tree of Life

Epcot Rides and Attractions

  • Awesome Planet
  • Disney and Pixar Short Film Festival
  • Frozen Ever After
  • Gran Fiesta Tour Starring The Three Caballeros
  • Impressions de France
  • Journey Into Imagination With Figment
  • Kidcot Fun Stops
  • Living With the Land
  • Mission: SPACE
  • Reflections of China
  • Soarin’ Around the World
  • Spaceship Earth
  • Test Track
  • The American Adventure
  • The Seas With Nemo & Friends
  • Walt Disney Imagineering Presents the Epcot Experience
  • American Heritage Gallery
  • Beauty and the Beast Sing-Along
  • Bijutsu-kan Gallery
  • Gallery of Arts and History
  • House of the Whispering Willows
  • ImageWorks — The “What If” Labs
  • Leave a Legacy
  • Mexico Folk Art Gallery
  • Palais du Cinema
  • Project Tomorrow: Inventing the Wonders of the Future
  • SeaBase
  • Steve Church Gallery
  • Turtle Talk With Crush
  • Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure

Disney World Rides FAQ

When will the Tron ride at Disney World be ready?

Anyone who’s been to Magic Kingdom in the last year or so will tell you that it feels like the highly anticipated TRON Lightcyle Run coaster is taking forever to finish. Well, good news — it seems as though the ride may finally be nearing completion. In September 2021, images surfaced showing Imagineers testing the coaster’s safety measures using TRON ride vehicles.