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    Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure

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Description And Comments

Remy’s is very similar to the original ride at the Walt Disney Studios Park in Paris, Ratatouille: The Adventure. You’re shrunk to the size of a rat and whisked through Paris for a quick retelling of the Ratatouille film’s story. As one of Remy’s vermin pals, you watch him ascend from a rodent with a dream to become one of Paris’s most celebrated chefs. Most of the story takes place in the kitchen where you're below an oven or running around, presumably avoiding the health inspector.

The storytelling in the original combines 3-D films shown on room-size screens with large, detailed, ride-through sets that include water and heat effects. A couple of frenetic scenes, such as one in which Remy is chased with a cleaver, may frighten small children. Still, the ride should be no problem for the vast majority of kids.

A couple of frenetic scenes, such as one in which Remy is chased with a cleaver, may frighten small children. Plenty of video is available on You- Tube for Disneyland Paris’s version, which may help prepare small children for what to expect. Still, the ride should be no problem for the vast majority of kids.

Touring Tips

Remy’s is the first all-new major attraction at EPCOT in more than a decade and the first in World Showcase since 1988. It’s also family friendly, with good themeing and a lead character who’s as lovable as any disease vector could ever hope to be. Suffice it to say that the ride will be popular.

There is no standby line for Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure: you cannot simply walk up to the attraction and ride. To experience Remy's, you must join a "virtual queue" using the My Disney Experience (Disney World) app. Slots will likely be taken within seconds of becoming available at 7:00 AM and 1:00 PM each day, so act quickly. (You must have an EPCOT park reservation to join a virtual queue at 7:00 AM; to join at 1:00 PM, you must also have entered EPCOT earlier in the day.) After you successfully join the queue, you are assigned to a "boarding group," and the app will notify you later in the day when it is your group's turn to ride.

See this Step-by-Step Guide for How to Get a Boarding Group... page for an overview of a similar process for the WEB SLINGERS attraction in California. Note for Remy's Ratatouille Adventure Boarding Groups are released at 7:00 AM and 1:00 PM and that you need to use the Disney World (not Disneyland) app.

Attraction Photos

Special Comments

  • We rate this attraction as Not To Be Missed.
  • This attraction is climate-controlled (has air conditioning and heat).
  • You must join a virtual queue via Disney's app to experience this attraction. There is no standby line.
Disney Dish with Jim Hill

Hamming It Up

Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure has oversize props on a scale that you’ve never encountered before. One is a 20-foot-tall ham hanging inside the fridge at Gusteau’s. This prop—which weighs 1.2 tons—is so massive that the Reedy Creek Fire Department (which serves WDW) decided it needed its own automatic sprinkler system installed inside.

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