Thinking of taking a younger child on Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance? Well, I recently rode multiple times with my five year old, and here’s all you need to know.
While I will try not to include any major spoilers, I will walk through the different parts of the attraction so you know what to expect with a younger one.
Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance uses a virtual queue system, so you need to have a Boarding Group number to ride. There is no option to ride through FastPass+ or in a standby line. Due to the attraction’s popularity, everyone riding really needs to be inside the park before the official opening time to secure one, as they are limited and go fast… like really, really fast… sometimes within minutes.
Need a break without missing the magic of Disney? Want to rest your feet and get out of the heat? Here is a list of Walt Disney World indoor shows, complete with air conditioning and seating (unless otherwise noted).
Carousel of Progress (Tomorrowland)
Country Bear Jamboree (Frontierland)
Enchanted Tales with Belle (Fantasyland) – FP+ available; standing at the beginning of the attraction
Enchanted Tiki Room (Adventureland)
Hall of Presidents (Liberty Square)
Mickey’s PhilharMagic (Fantasyland) – FP+ available
Monsters, Inc. Laugh Floor (Tomorrowland) – FP+ available