Spaceship earth

#1

go to LaughingPlace.com Home - The #1 Site for Disney for some great pictures of the improved ride

                                     disneyitis bill
#2

I hope I get a chance to ride next week!!! Looks great!!

#3

Oh pish posh!! It was still closed while we were there. I hope you get to see it tink!!

#4

No worries you are going back in 180 some days:glare:

#5

We just left there and it was still closed.

#6

I hope it is open when we go next week!!(wow that feels great to say…next week:blush:)

#7

We rode it on monday around noon…we got stuck for a few mins,on the hill backwards. my neck hurt for a few after that. They only let about 200 ride before they closed it again.

#8

I hope it is open when we get there!

#9

They were doing soft openings Renee. We missed it by a few minutes on Saturday. :ohmy:

#10

anyone know when it opens back up??

#11

So – WHO DOES THE VOICE NOW??? Is it Dame Judi Dench as rumored, or – ?

#12

We were there on Friday. I was hoping we would get a look but no such luck.

#13

The rehab is done. They are doing SOME soft openings. I rode it Thursday but it was closed Saturday when I was back in Epcot.

Nice update. Kept many of the scenes and updated narration. Car seats are STILL hard as rock though!

#14

Thanks for this info1 Having been away from MouseBuzz for some time, I’ve been dying to see pics of the HM refurb! I can’t wait to actually experience the new ride!!

#15

It definitely sounds like Judi. I was so seriously impressed with the updates. Same scenes, new scenes, brand new Audio A’s, new music, the starfield on the return to Earth was phenomenal. I loved it!!!

#16

Ohhh! we have never been- always wanted to! Is it supposed to be open soon?
Zoey

#17

They did a soft opening while we were there. I loved it, but the seats were still rock hard, they didn’t change the track, and what they do during the descent stinks.

#18

is this ride like a roller coaster?

#19

darn it is so dark it isntt showing up on my ancient computor.

#20

Oh heck no. It’s the direct OPPOSITE of a coaster. It’s a “slow-moving trip through time” to show us how we’ve come along as mankind over the millenia.