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Guests Must Be
40" (102 cm) or Taller
Kids, Teens, Adults
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FASTPASS service is available at this and other select attractions in Disneyland Resort theme parks and is complimentary on a first-come basis. FASTPASS saves your virtual place in line for an attraction while you enjoy the rest of the park. If the return time posted works with your plans, get a FASTPASS ticket and return to the attraction's FASTPASS entrance any time during the one-hour window shown on your ticket. There is a limit to the number of FASTPASS tickets available to you each day.
Guests must navigate steps when boarding and disembarking the attraction vehicle. To facilitate boarding, a transfer seat and separate loading area is available upon request.
Rider Switch Offered.
Service animals may not accompany Guests on this attraction.
Wheelchair Access: Enter through the attraction exit and follow the arrows to the left. Proceed to the attraction loading area and contact a Cast Member for boarding instructions. If you have a Disney FASTPASS® return ticket, proceed to the attraction entrance and ask a Cast Member for boarding instructions.
WARNING! For safety, you should be in good health and free from high blood pressure, heart, back or neck problems, motion sickness, or other conditions that could be aggravated by this adventure. Expectant mothers should not ride.
Persons who do not meet the minimum height requirement of 40 inches (102 cm) may not ride.
Blast off on a speeding rocket through the darkest reaches of outer space.
Scare Alert: Ghost Galaxy Returns
Brace yourself for ominous encounters with spooky star fields and menacing meteors as you voyage through this ghoulish galaxy. Read More
Brace yourself for ominous encounters with spooky star fields and menacing meteors as you voyage through this ghoulish galaxy. It’s Halloween—and Space Mountain has been overtaken by a mysterious and powerful phantom force.
Your mission, if you choose to accept it; is to investigate this creepy cosmic phenomenon, while braving a haunting host of howling sounds and eerie apparitions.
Beware the Dome of Doom Space Station 77 has been experiencing abnormal readings from its planetary probes and it shows. Before you creep inside, take a moment to inspect the dome’s exterior for evidence of paranormal activity—undulating lights, ghastly projections and chilling acoustics— that could signal a wilder ride than you ever imagined.
Don’t Miss This Seasonal Thrill You can experience the familiar frightening dips and turns of this beloved attraction with a must-see supernatural twist—but only from September 11 to November 1, 2015.
Zoom Through the Galaxy
Race through the cosmos to the edge of the galaxy and back! Read More
Race through the cosmos to the edge of the galaxy and back!
Navigate through a futuristic, glowing space station and make your way to Mission Control. Upon your arrival, board a sleek rocket-shaped vehicle and prepare yourself for a high-flying adventure into deep space.
Take Off! When all systems are “Go,” glide through a power generation room pulsating with lights and—after the airlock is activated—ascend a shadowy mountain. At the top, launch into the remote blackness of the dark universe, the mysterious sounds of space and galactic music filling the void.
Journey in Space
Whiz past shooting stars and celestial satellites during your thrilling space ride. Behold streaking orbs of light, wayward comets and migrant meteors. Dip and careen seemingly into the inky blackness—the wind racing across your face—as futuristic Starry-O-Phonic Sounds echo all around you. Feel the push and pull of gravity as you soar into a swirling wormhole for re-entry—an unforgettable first flight in space successfully completed!
With help from a NASA astronaut, Space Mountain opened in Disneyland Park on May 27, 1977. Read More
With help from a NASA astronaut, Space Mountain opened in Disneyland Park on May 27, 1977. The idea originated with Walt Disney in the 1960s, but the technology did not exist to bring his vision to life.
Later, when the attraction was given the green light, Mercury 9 and Gemini 5 astronaut Gordon Cooper joined the Space Mountain creative team as a consultant. He wanted to make sure that the attraction incorporated information gleaned during NASA’s early space missions and that the overall experience give Guests a realistic feeling of actual space flight.
Thanks in part to Gordon Cooper’s valuable input, Space Mountain has remained a favorite attraction since its interstellar debut over 35 years ago.
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