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    Star Wars: Path of the Jedi

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This attraction's final day of operation was March 12, 2020.
The information below is provided for historical reference.

Description And Comments

A 10-minute montage of memorable moments from all seven of the Star Wars movies. Rather than try to recap the plot of the films, Path of the Jedi takes iconic images and dialogue from the saga and stitches them together thematically instead of chronologically. If you haven’t already seen all the movies, the result will be visually dazzling but incoherent; for the rest of us, it makes a great memory jog.

Path of the Jedi is not presented in 3-D, but it does use in-theater lighting, wind effects, and occasionally moving seats to give the visuals an added punch.

Adjacent to Space Mountain, the Tomorrowland Theater was Formerly home to interactive movie experiences Captain EO and Honey, I Shrunk the Audience.

Touring Tips

The Tomorrowland Theater isn’t on our must-do list. But if you are interested in the featured film, it makes a fine air-conditioned distraction, either on your second day in the park or when everything else has too long a line.

Shows usually begin on the hour and continue about every 15 minutes throughout the day. Even during busier times, you should be able to get into the next show without issue.

The sound level can be earsplitting, frightening some young children. Some adults report that the loud sound track is distracting, even uncomfortable. Avoid seats in the first several rows to avoid a stiff neck. If the bouncing floor bothers you, ask for a stationary seat in the last row.

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