4. Mad Tea Party
Also located in Fantasyland, the Mad Tea Party’s wait time rarely exceeds 20 minutes. Much like “it’s a small world,” if the line is excessive when you pass by, give it some time and go back later in the day. We don’t always do this attraction when we visit, but it is a classic and if you decide to ride, take a spin in a purple tea cup – they spin just a little bit faster!
5. Dumbo The Flying Elephant
Our recommendation to not waste a FastPass on Dumbo is not based on the length of the line (wait times can be between 30-40 minutes). We like passing on the FastPass for this attraction because of the air-conditioned circus tent that guests wait in while waiting for their turn on the ride. Parents can take a load off and rest their feet and get out of the sun, while the kids will enjoy exploring the playground inside the tent. Cast Members will give you a pager when you enter the tent and it will alert you to when it is your turn to ride – what is not to like about this line?
6. Monster’s Inc. Laugh Floor
Similar to Mickey’s Philharmagic, this attraction in Tomorrowland has a huge theatre with shows running constantly all day, so a FastPass doesn’t cut much time off of your wait time. Whenever we do the attraction, we have never waited longer than 15 minutes to get in for a show. We love the attraction, but still haven’t been selected to be “that guy!”
7. Tomorrowland Speedway
We have seen lines approach 30 minutes at Tomorrowland Speedway, but we generally pass on getting a FastPass for the attraction because we have been able to get in with a shorter wait later in the day. If you do use a FastPass for this attraction, we would recommend that this be an attraction you get a FastPass for after using your initial three. Compared with the other attractions not on this list, the Tomorrowland Speedway shouldn’t be a high priority.