Disneyland Park



Tomorrowland in Disneyland California represents the vision and fantasy of futurists such as H.G. Wells, Jules Verne and, of course, Walt Disney. Guests can zoom through Space Mountain, travel through the galaxy in Star Tours, drive racecars and enjoy so much more as they experience the “future”.

Astro Orbitor



This futuristic icon located at the entrance to Tomorrowland provides a sneak peek at what lies ahead.  Board your own rocket ship and soar above the stars as you control your flight over Tomorrowland. 




Drive your racecar through Autopia on a two mile-long racetrack through Tomorrowland. Each vehicle is driven along a guided track. You control the speed of the vehicle as you motor your way around the course.



Autopia features ASIMO the Robot and his friend who have set out on a road trip through the countryside.  ASIMO was created by ride-sponsor Honda and used to star in a show inside Innoventions.


Restrictions: 1-year minimum age to ride (with an adult). 54"/32cm minimum height to drive alone. For safety and comfort, you should be in good health and free from heart, back or neck problems, motion sickness or other conditions that could be aggravated by this attraction. Expectant mothers should not ride. Inaccessible to strollers.

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Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters

  • Opened in 2005
  • No height restrictions
  • FASTPASS available
  • Wheelchair access available/Guests using ECV must transfer to wheelchair


Get ready to help Buzz Lightyear fight his nemesis, The Evil Emperor Zurg.

Board your Space Cruiser and blast your way through several scenes. Aim your weapon and shoot a beam of light at the alien targets while scoring points. The joystick lets you rotate your cruiser as you compete for the highest score.

Some targets rotate, some spin, some don't move, but all have one thing in common, the center circle that you have to hit in order to rack up more points.

After your adventure, you can email a picture of you with your final score to yourself or a friend.


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Monorail (Opened: June 14, 1959)


  • Opened in 1959
  • No height restrictions
  • Wheelchair/ECV access available


Take a ride on the "Highway in the Sky". Guests are transported on a 2.5-mile long track aboard America's first daily operating monorail system.

Travel from Tomorrowland in Disneyland to the Downtown Disney Station, which is accessible to the Disneyland Resort Hotels. (When boarding at the Downtown Disney station, guests must disembark in Tomorrowland.)

Disneyland Monorail Tomorrowland

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Disneyland Railroad (Opened: July 17, 1955)

  • Opened in 1955
  • No height restrictions
  • Must transfer from wheelchair/ECV


Stops in stations at Main Street, U.S.A., New Orleans Square, Mickey's Toontown, and Tomorrowland. This is one of the park's original 17 attractions. A 1.2 mile old-fashioned narrow-gauge steam train that moves around the Park's perimeter including a trip through the Grand Canyon and Primeval World dioramas.


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Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage

  • Opened as Submarine Voyage in 1959, closed in 1998, reopened as Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage in 2007
  • No height restrictions
  • Must transfer from wheelchair/ECV, alternate experience available
  • Photo Gallery


Via a submarine, you visit the underwater world of Nemo and his friends. Using new technology, the cast of 'Finding Nemo' will swim by your porthole in this fun filled attraction.

'Sonar Hydrophones' will allow you to listen to the action as Dory, Marlin and friends go in pursuit of Nemo.

Trivia buffs who remember the original attraction '20,000 Leagues Under the Sea' will want to pay close attention to the soundtrack. There are snippets of dialogue from that ride.

While guests with disabilities will not be able to access the submarines, an Observation Outpost will allow them to take part in this exciting attraction.


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Star Wars Launch Bay - Tomorrowland Expo Center (Innoventions)
(Opened: November 10, 1998)



Guests can explore both the Light and Dark Sides of The Force, including meeting some of their favorite Star Wars characters, check out props and models from the Star Wars saga and play the latest Star Wars video games.


You can also shop for Star Wars-themed merchandise, including D-Tech on Demand.


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Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple - Final performance 11/03/18

Test your Light Saber skills at the ‘Jedi Training Academy’ located at the Tomorrowland Terrace (check daily schedule for times)  Here, your little Jedis will train alongside ‘official’ Jedis to learn the fine art of light saber fighting.  Once your little Jedi graduates, they will be treated to a ‘real’ test of their skills with the likes of Darth Vader and Kylo Ren.  If your padawan would like training, visit the FastPass machines near the exit to the Launch Bay.

Jedi Training Academy

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Space Mountain

  • Opened in 1977
  • Must be at least 40" tall
  • Rider Switch available
  • Single Rider available
  • FASTPASS available
  • Must transfer from wheelchair/ECV
  • Photo Gallery

Board your rocket and launch past stars and planets on this classic roller coaster ride in the dark.  An onboard sychronized soundtrack increases the excitement.

This is a very popular ride and the lines can be very long!  Make sure you get your FASTPASS.

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Star Tours: The Adventures Continue


Get ready for your trip to one of several different destinations in this new 3-D version of the classic ride.  You'll be traveling to Kashyyyk, Geonosis, Hoth, Naboo, Coruscant, Crait, Tatooine, or Batuu, but be careful you don't take an unexpected trip to the Death Star.

The destinations can be combined into more that 50 different story adventures, so you'll never know where your Starspeeder will take you.

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Tomorrowland Theater

The theater is currently showing Star Wars: Path of the Jedi!

Beginning May 24, Disney Pixar will present a sneak peek at scenes from Toy Story 4.


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Character Greetings

Star Wars

Meet Chewbacca, Kylo Ren, or other characters from the Star Wars universe in the Launch Bay.

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Autopia Winner’s Circle - This kiosk near the entrance to Autopia features hats, bubble wands and more.

TomorrowLanding - This small shop across from Launch Bay currently features Star Wars-themed merchandise, including Star Wars name badges.


Little Green Men Store Command - This store at the exit to the Buzz Lightyear attraction features Toy Story-themed toys and the latest collectible Disney pins.


Star Trader - This largest store in Tomorrowland features ‘Tomorrowland’ and Star Wars souvenirs, including build-your-own lightsaber.



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