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Tomorrowland – Disneyland Monorail

Welcome to Tomorrowland, a celebration of where man is going, and why. An updated Star Tours: The Adventure Continues offers 3 unique destinations , with multiple endings and scenarios.  Near the rear of Tomorrowland lies Star Wars Launch Bay, showcasing props and costume displays from the latest films. On the upper level, Stark Industries of Marvel’s ‘Iron Man’ and Marvel’s Thor gives guests a chance to meet characters from those films including Loki and Thor. The Disneyland Railroad also has a station here, to take you thru the Grand Canyon Diorama and the Primeval World.

The Star Trader

Shops including Hatmosphere, Tomorrow Landings and The Star Trader offer a variety of goods, and the Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters  attraction features shop called Store Command with Buzz and Toy Story 3 themed merchandise. The outdoor terrace stage, Tomorrowland Terrace replaces the previous Club Buzz restaurant and entertainment venue. The Tomorrowland Terrace has been an icon in Tomorrowland until it was removed in 1998. You can still catch the popular Jedi Training Academy here daily.

Restaurants include Alien Pizza Planet, which serves assorted pastas, pizzas and desserts at a speedy “scatter service” counter. Indoor seating is available here, with a great view of vintage Tomorrowland attraction posters and the nearby Space Mountain.

Catch Galatic Grill for cheeseburgers, chopped salad, chicken tenders at Tomorrowland Terrace.

 Autopia, sponsored by Chevron, takes passengers on a miniature highway through Tomorrowland.

Approximately every 15 minutes, the Observatron, located in the center of Tomorrowland, sends out its messages to “deep space”, and the vintage Moonliner offers a chance to catch some “Spirit of Refreshment” (Sponsored by Coca-Cola)

Be sure not to miss the Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage, an attraction using state-of-the-art digital projection and a unique sound system, all underwater! An alternate viewing station is also available for those who are unable to board the subs for medical reasons (or even if you have a problem with tight spaces).

Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters

Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command needs your help to defend to alliance against the evil Zurg! Housed in the former CircleVisions360 building and Premiere Shop, this interactive ride is half shooting gallery, half dark-ride.

Using an omnimover ride vehicle, using handheld “laser pistols”, guests shoot at various targets throughout the ride and their score is tallied. The attraction, similar to its Walt Disney World counterpart has some new additions, including an online component which allows people on the web to help people on the ride score even higher! Next door is “Store Command” which features Buzz Lightyear merchandise.

Previous to this attraction, this building housed the Rocket Rods attraction.

Primeval World – Visible from the Disneyland Railroad

The Disneyland Railroad

Climb aboard the Disneyland Railroad at the Tomorrowland Station.

The Railroad stops in the following lands: Main Street USA, New Orleans Square, Mickey’s Toontown and Tomorrowland. The entire trip around the Magic Kingdom, with stops, takes about 20 minutes. You’ll travel past such attractions as Splash Mountain, It’s a Small World, The Autopia,  and you’ll see some animals originally used for the Mine Train Through Nature’s Wonderland attraction, with an dramatic ending through the Grand Canyon Diorama and the Primeval World.

Space Mountain

Space  Mountain

Originally opened in May of 1977, the attraction has gone thru numerous updates. Space Mountain is a high-speed, turbulent roller coaster through the dark. space. A major refurbishment from 2003 to 2005 replaced the entire track.

It has recently returned to it’s original 2005 version.

Occasionally at Halloween, look for Space Mountain Ghost Galaxy, a creepy Halloween inspired version of the attraction. A “Rockin’ Space Mountain” was also used as a promotion previous years.

Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage

Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage

Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage opened on June 11, 2007. The attraction takes you on a trip to the East Australian Current with Nemo and his friends. Using advanced technology, the attraction literally brings the characters to life through projection and unique special lighting and sound effects.

Each submarine can hold 40 passengers (with a maximum capacity of 45 – lap seating is permitted for small children).

Wait times in excess of one hour is common.

The attraction is currently closed.

The Original Submarine Voyage


Star Tours: The Adventure Continues

Star Tours – The Adventure Continues

The Adventure continues in the latest installment of Star Tours. With three distinct destinations, along with dozens of possible combinations of occurrences along the way, nearly every experience is unique. With new hi definition digital projection and a remodeled queue, the attraction remains a popular destination.

The Autopia gives youngsters a chance to drive their very own gasoline powered automobile. An extensive track layout will take you through Tomorrowland.

Star Wars Launch Bay

An interactive exhibit and shop located in the previous Carousel Theatre Building. The building no longer rotates, but there are numerous movie props and costumes on display. You can also catch the latest Marvel Meet-n-greet on the second level.

The Disneyland Monorail

The Disneyland Monorail

The Disneyland Monorail serves as transportation to the Downtown Disney station and back. Ideal for guests staying at the Disneyland Hotel, it’s a quick way to get into the park in the morning while avoiding the Main Entrance.

The Monorail was extensively refurbished recently with retro style lighting and fixtures. Passengers boarding at the Downtown Disney station must disembark at the Tomorrowland station.

Astro Orbiter

Blast off aboard the Astro Orbiter – a futuristic spin on a “spinner” ride that has been a part of Tomorrowland from the beginning (in different locations and themes). While spinning you’ll get some fantastic views of the Central Hub and Tomorrowland. Video below!