TRON at Night; Magic Kingdom
  • On Mar 7, 2024
    Leticia from IN Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    How can I ride Tron if my daughter doesn't want to get on? She is 8 years old and scared. I'm a single parent and no one is traveling with me except her, so I cannot participate in rider swap.

    Hey there, Leticia. Welcome to planDisney!

    On Disney days when it’s only me and my two young boys, it does take a bit of planning to make our adventure as magical as possible. Let’s get into how you, too, can try to make the most of your trip, including riding a thrilling attractions like TRON Lightcycle / Run

    I always like to say that all thrills at Walt Disney World Resort are fun thrills. So, as action-packed as the attractions seem, Disney's mission is always to put a smile on Guests' faces. With that being said, if your daughter is on the fence about riding the attraction, you could watch on-ride point-of-view videos on social media sites together to see if she actually can handle the twists and turns. If she feels comfortable, then of course, you can ride it together as long as she is over the minimum height requirement of 48 inches. One of my kiddos is almost there, and I'm looking forward to finally being able to ride it with him. 

    Now, if there is no chance that she will ride this attraction with you, as long as she's tall enough, you could still get a Virtual Queue boarding group or a paid Individual Lightning Lane for her. Then when it's your time to ride, she can walk through the queue with you. Leticia, let me tell you, that queue is a spectacle in itself. She will love entering the Grid! (I actually look forward to the TRON Lightcycle / Run queue more than the ride itself.) Once you get near the loading area, let a Cast Member know that she won't be riding and then she could wait for you to ride and you can rejoin her. I only recommend this as an option if you feel comfortable splitting up with her for a short period of time. This attraction is about 60-seconds long. 

    I truly hope that one of these options works for you and your little Mouseketeer, Leticia. Even if you don't get to ride this particular attraction on this trip, just know that there are so many ways to have an unforgettable time at Walt Disney World. Please revisit me here at planDisney if you need any tips and tricks from a fellow mom. See you real soon!

    Magic always, 
    LeAndra

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Meet the Panelist: LeAndra, Florida

Hey, Mouseketeer! I'm LeAndra, a wife, mom of two, and content creator from beautiful Central Florida. I've lived near The Most Magical Place on Earth for my entire life; so, I like to say that I'm a Guardian of this galaxy! My love of all-things-Disney has also taken me on multiple cross-country road trips to Disneyland Resort and on a few flights over to Disneyland Paris. I am oh-so-grateful to be a part of your world by helping you plan your magical vacations.  Learn More About LeAndra

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