Let’s be honest, not all attraction seats are created equal. There are some that are far superior to others.
The casual guest may not even realize this! So I thought it would be fun, and helpful, to run through what some of the best attraction seats are!
Soarin’ Around The World
You all knew where I was going to be starting – Soarin’. The seat you get on this attraction is very important. Too far to either side the and screen starts to bend on you. Too far back and you have everyone’s feat dangling in your face.
The seat you want to score on here is Section B Row 1. You can request this! You may have a to wait a little longer but it is definitely worth it.
You’re smack in the middle of the screen above everyone else.
The seat you get on Space Mountain is really more for the long-legged. You want to avoid that middle seat at all costs.
The back one isn’t two bad but what you want to go for is either seat 1 or 4. These are the first seats in each car.
These offer the most freedom for your legs and feet up front.
Again, this is strictly a comfort thing. Also if you have a backpack those second and third seats are going to be difficult.
Tower of Terror
To be honest, there is no bad seat on Tower of Terror, but if you can you’ll want to try and be in that first row.
This simply comes down to what you’ll see. What the elevator car moves out of the first shaft you’ll have a great view of all the signs as you drift by.
Then when you get to the drop portion you’ll have a front row view of Hollywood Studios and beyond!
Most people have their seat preference when it comes to rollercoasters, but with Expedition Everest there is an added bonus for this in the first couple rows of the train car.
When you reach the top of the mountain, at the broken tracks, if you’re in the first couple rows you can look out across Animal Kingdom, to your right, and Disney World to your left.
What are some of the best attraction seats that you think we missed? Let us know in the comments!