FastPass+ At Walt Disney World Top Attractions – Part 2

FastPass+ At Walt Disney World

Top Attractions

Part 2

FastPass+ is a system that allows you to reserve a place in a shorter line for up to three rides or attractions each day of your Walt Disney World vacation. All three choices must be in the same park. If you are staying at a Disney resort you can make your selections up to 60 days in advance, everyone else can make the reservations 30 days beforehand (provided you have purchased tickets). Some of the attractions on this list will fill up at the 60 day mark. With FastPass+ you will be given the time frame of an hour in which to ride. After you have used all three, you can make a fourth selection using the My Disney Experience app, or at a FastPass+ kiosk in the park. Here are the top attractions that you will be glad that you have a FastPass+ for. A word of warning — because of the way that the system is set up you will not be able to snag all your selections, unless you plan to visit some of the parks more than once.




Soarin’ has been allowing guests to feel as if they are hang gliding since 2005. In 2016, the film was updated to include popular spots from around the world. A new theater was added with the new film, cutting back on the long lines of the past. That doesn’t mean that you won’t wait in standby. Soarin’ is a Tier One attraction, and a great FastPass+ choice if available.

"Rock 'n' Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith" at Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park in Florida

Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

The two most popular attractions that are currently at Disney’s Hollywood Studios are the opposite of each other. One is a fun family ride featuring much loved characters, the other will have you racing to an Aerosmith concert before your breath has a chance to catch up to you. Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster will turn you upside down three times, but you won’t know that the inversions are coming because the ride is in the dark. There is a Single Rider line if you can’t get a FastPass+, or hit the ride at rope drop.


Peter Pan’s Flight

Magic Kingdom

Peter Pan’s Flight allows you to fly with the boy who never grows up. You’ll soar over London and straight into Peter’s adventures. It’s a great family ride; it’s slow and there are no surprises. It’s incredibly popular, and it also has a fairly low ride capacity. The lines will grow long early in the day, so if you and your family want to fly you should plan to make this a FastPass+ selection.

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