|About this Attraction
Location: Sunset Boulevard, Disney's Hollywood Studios
Type: unique elevator rise-and-drop thrill ride
Duration: About 10-15 minutes from pre-show to exit.
Flash photography and video lighting not allowed
time to visit: In the first hour after park opening, in the evening or use fastpass.
Tips & Fun Facts
When you enter the library to view the short, pre-plummet film, try and maneuver yourself towards the far corner (diagonal from entrance) so that your one of the first out when it ends.
When exiting the library, take the left hand queue (queue's split into two lanes) as this is the shorter of the pair.
If you get a case of pre-ride jitters prior to boarding the elevator, just speak to a nearby cast member who will direct you to an exit. You will be able to meet the rest of your party as they disembark.
Remember to smile (or scream) for the ride photo, which will snap you as you drop!
The Twilight Zone Tower Of Terror is approximately 199 feet tall making it the tallest attraction in WDW. Had it been a foot taller, a warning light would have been required to alert passing aircraft.
Many of the props seen in the hotel lobby and throughout the attraction are based on those seen in various episodes of "The Twilight Zone"
Ride engineers are able to re-programme the drop sequences, allowing them to randomise the number and height of drops. If you ride a couple of times, you're likely to have two different experiences.
Guests must be able to transfer from wheelchairs to board the attraction.
Must be at least 40 inches tall to ride.
Guests should be in good health and free from motion sickness, back or neck problems, heart problems, or other conditions that could be aggravated by this adventure; expectant mothers should not ride.
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Before you enter the Tower building, check out the main balcony designs.
During the pre-show video, the little girl in the elevator is holding a Mickey Mouse plush
Also in the Library (pre-show) there are hidden Mickeys to be found on the sheet music.
In the boiler room, just after the queue splits, a water stain on the wall forms a hidden Mickey.
At the door to the final drop, a swirl of stars form a familiar shape.