Description And Comments

Journey into Imagination takes you on a tour of the zany Imagination Institute. Sometimes you’re a passive observer and sometimes you’re a test subject as the ride provides a glimpse of the fictitious lab’s inner workings. Stimulating all your senses and then some, it hits you with optical illusions, an experiment in which noise generates colors, a room that defies gravity, and other brain teasers. All along the way, Figment (a purple dragon) makes surprise appearances. After the ride, you can adjourn to an interactive exhibit area offering the latest in unique, hands-on imagery technology.

Reader responses to Figment and Company are pretty consistent. First, from a Brooklyn, New York, family:

Figment was just plain weird - talking about five senses, then only introducing three, then the dragon singing . . . huh?

And from a Franklin, Tennessee, family of three:

You should put a bold notation next to the Figment attraction stating it should be experienced only if you are a HUGE Figment fan. We didn't even know who Figment was, and we all hated this attraction. After the Figment disaster, I had to hide from my husband the fact that I was selecting the next attractions based on your touring plan. He was convinced after the plan sent us to Figment that all touring plans were a waste of time.

Pleasant rather than exciting, the ride falls short of the promise suggested by its name. Will you go to sleep? No. Will you find it amusing? Probably. Will you remember it tomorrow? Only Figment knows.

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Touring Tips

The standby wait for this attraction rarely exceeds 15 minutes, so no need to use a FastPass+ selection here. You can enjoy the interactive exhibit without taking the ride, so save it for later in the day.

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