A joyful family riding Tiana's Bayou Adventure at Magic Kingdom. They laugh and scream as they plunge down the thrilling drop.
  • On Jun 25, 2024
    Casey from UT Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I am 6'7" and 300lbs, are there any rides that are not large person friendly? i see minimum height requirements but none have maximum heights.

    Hi there Casey, Welcome to planDisney! Thank you for stopping by with your excellent question. I'm thrilled to assist you! How exciting that you're planning a trip to Walt Disney World Resort! You are sure to make awesome memories at The Most Magical Place on Earth!

    My husband is around 6'9" and I'm happy to report that he is able to ride most every ride with no issues. Walt Disney World strives to make most of its attractions accessible and enjoyable for guests of all sizes. However, there are a few rides that might be less comfortable or pose a challenge due to height, restraint systems, or ride vehicle design. I've consulted my husband and he states these are the attractions that he found a bit snug:

    Magic Kingdom Park:
    1. Space Mountain: The ride vehicles are somewhat cramped, and taller guests might find it difficult to comfortably fit their legs.
    2. Seven Dwarfs Mine Train: The seating can be tight, particularly for legroom.
    3. Tomorrowland Speedway: He found the cars to be small and can be uncomfortable for taller guests.
    1. Mission: SPACE: The ride vehicles are enclosed and have limited space for legroom.
    2. Test Track: The cars can be a tight fit for taller guests, especially with the seatbelt system.
    Disney's Hollywood Studios
    1. Rock 'n' Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith: The restraint system and seating can be uncomfortable for guests with long legs.
    2. Slinky Dog Dash: The legroom is limited, which might be uncomfortable for taller guests.
    Disney's Animal Kingdom Theme Park
    1. Avatar Flight of Passage: The unique seating and restraint system can be tight for taller guests, especially around the legs.
    2. Expedition Everest: The legroom in the ride vehicles can be restrictive for guests with longer legs.
    Casey, I hope you find this information helpful as you prepare for an exciting visit to Walt Disney World Resort! Please feel free to reach out to me directly with any specific questions you may have. I would love to help! Thank you again for visiting planDisney. Have a magical day!



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Meet the Panelist: Kay, New York

Hiya Pals! I’m Kay from beautiful Upstate New York. I’m a wife and mom to three beautiful musketeers. We are avid Disney fans and consider Walt Disney World our second home. We got married at Disney and have celebrated many milestones there and I cannot wait to help you plan your magical vacation! Learn More About Kay

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