Mickey & Minnie’s Runway Railway To Offer Queue Re-Entry Restroom Pass Due To Expected Long Waits at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

When Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway opens on March 4th, you’ll be passing through one of these doors (depending on whether you have a FastPass or not), and despite being billed as an attraction there “mouse rules apply”, some protocol must be adhered to, especially when it comes to using the restroom. Thankfully, Disney is implementing one of its tried-and-true methods of making sure families stay together while keeping their place in line in case they need to make a trip from Potatoland to Toiletland.

Once open to guests, Mickey & Minnie’s Runway Railway will offer a “Queue Reentry Pass” for guests that need to leave the line and head to the nearby restrooms, located at the Hyperion Theater (where the “Frozen” Sing-Along takes place.)

If this sounds familiar, it’s because a similar pass has been used for years inside Avatar Flight of Passage in Disney’s Animal Kingdom, due to exceedingly long wait times.

As the park’s first-ever Mickey ride and Walt Disney World’s second-ever modern trackless ride, wait times for the Runaway Railway are sure to skyrocket into multi-hour territory, so pack your patience and make sure to seek out a Cast Member in case a member of your party needs to use the restroom. (You’ll be glad you did once the waterfall scene in the ride comes up.)

Will you be rope-dropping Disney’s Hollywood Studios on March 4 for the grand opening of Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway? We’ll see you there!

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Brian
Brian
1 year ago

The first trackless attraction was Universe of Energy. The second was the Great Movie Ride. By my count this is number four.

Tom Corless
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1 year ago
Reply to  Brian

That’s not the same trackless system, those had a guidewire in the ground like Tower of Terror.

Conner Peterson
Conner Peterson
1 year ago
Reply to  Tom Corless

Article doesn’t say a specific type, just “trackless”. By that, the above is correct.

Ted
Ted
1 year ago

Article does say a type, “Modern”. So yes, second is correct.

Steve
Steve
1 year ago

You say potato… I say potty.

Kathryn CRAGG
Kathryn CRAGG
1 year ago

If lines are more than an hour for any ride, I don’t ride it. What a waste of time.