Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure in Epcot at Walt Disney World officially opens October 1, 2021! Hooray for any new ride at Epcot. Many have been able to ride during Cast Member and AP Previews. Just a word to the wise, if you’re prone to motion sickness, Remy’s Ratatouille may make you sick. I felt nauseous when I rode. In this Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure review, I’ll share what made me queasy about the ride and try to not spoil much about the ride.
Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure Review
In Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, it’s a rat’s POV as you scurry through a bustling kitchen in 4D in Gusteau’s famous restaurant! There are some pretty fun things to look at as you walk through the queue. It’s a cute ride and honestly, any new ride at Epcot is an improvement! Is it worth an hour+ wait? No, but hopefully with Virtual Queue, you won’t have to wait that long.
Is Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure Kid Friendly?
YES! This attraction was made for children and is tame on the thrill meter. There are no drops or dips and uses trackless technology.
Does Remy’s Ratatouille Make You Motion Sick?
If you get motion sick easily, then I suggest try riding it without the glasses. There are huge screens and that combined with the movement made me sick. I do get motion sick pretty easily. Flight of Passage is a no-go for me, and so is Star Tours. I’m generally ok with Soarin’.
There is also a section where your ride vehicle spins, and I’m like oh please, no. Chances are you’ll be fine, but just be aware of it and take off the glass if you’re feeling queasy.
How are the Ride Vehicles for Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure?
Listen, let’s be straight here, if you have a big booty, I don’t know how comfortable these vehicles will be. There are 3 seats to each row and they are separated by a little plastic divider. I found this picture in the Disney World Annual Passholder’s Facebook group and you can kind of see them.
I just thought that was an interesting choice. I felt like I filled up the seat pretty well.
So, just some things I noticed while riding Remy, so you can be prepared. Hooray for new rides, hooray for new rides in Epcot. Personally I enjoyed Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway more, but the kids should be happy!