Miss Adventure Falls is a new family raft attraction taking guests of all ages a fast-paced waterslide journey at DisneyÕs Typhoon Lagoon Water Park. Miss Adventure Falls tells the story of Captain Mary Oceaneer, a treasure-hunter whose collection and ship now reside here after a rogue typhoon swept them to shore. Typhoon Lagoon is one of two themed water parks at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. (Matt Stroshane, photographer)

BREAKING: Fastpass-Like Virtual Queue System Being Tested at WDW Water Parks

A “virtual queue system” is being tested at Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon beginning today, March 28, through April 7,  2017.  According to Disney, “Virtual queuing systems are designed to enable users to reserve a place in line for an attraction without physically waiting in the queue, providing an enhanced Guest experience and more time for additional experiences.” Sounds a lot like Fastpass…

The virtual queue test will include Downhill Double Dipper, Slush Gusher, and Summit Plummet at Blizzard Beach, and Miss Adventure Falls at Typhoon Lagoon.

We’ll post more information on this test of the new system as we receive it.  If you happen to experience this system in the water parks today, let us know in the comments!

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British Madness
British Madness
3 years ago

Disney copying Universal? Who would have thought!

WDWNT behind the times
WDWNT behind the times
3 years ago

So more like Universal than FP….

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago

So people with actual brains and creativity are all at Universal and Disney decided to reverse roles and be the one that copies. How sad.

I hope those budget cuts were worth it.

Dirk
Dirk
3 years ago
Reply to  Disney Pete

Universal didn’t create the virtual queue no line system. Another company did. Universal is just buying it from them.

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago
Reply to  Dirk

Regardless, Disney has a ton of money invested in the magic band system and it had to wait until Universal introduced the virtual queue to copy it. It just shows that any creativity inside the company has either been let go or is severely stifled on purpose. Sad.

I Love Disney Unlike Pete
Reply to  Disney Pete

Why are you even here, Disney Pete? Maybe you should change your name.

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago

Why am I here? I want Disney to be Disney, not a Universal clone. It’s amazing how supposed Disney “fans” defend Disney’s copy cat practices. If you like the Tapu Tapu virtual queue, go to Universal.

Anonomouse
Anonomouse
3 years ago

Well is fastpass the only option? That’s what would make it more akin to the ???? Bay virtual queue. If you can still wait in line, then yes it’s exactly fastpass. If there’s no “line” then it’s copying Universal.

Raf Chigins
Raf Chigins
3 years ago

Can you say Dumbo at MK? That was the first virtual queue, before Universal. Universal’s version is just an extension and improvement of that technology and idea.

Drew Snare
Drew Snare
3 years ago

what is the difference between a Fastpass and a “Virtual Queue”…seems to be the exact same thing with just a different name!

Disney Pete
Disney Pete
3 years ago
Reply to  Drew Snare

Ask Disney why they decided to change the name to what Universal calls theirs. In the case of Universal, you do it the same day inside the park, no pre-scheduling. Maybe it’s the same way at Disney