Vertigo Meets Disney Parks — Epcot
Updated: Sep 25, 2022
Everything you need to know before going to Epcot with vertigo and motion sickness.
Rating Scale: 1-10 (1: still riding the ride an hour later (iykyk) - red flag, avoid)
(10: Can walk a straight line to next attraction - good to go)
*Chicken Exits refer to the point in the queue a guest can exit the line, meaning you can stay in line all the way to this point and then tell a cast member you won’t be riding and they will tell you where to exit. All attractions have some sort of chicken exit so guests who may not want to ride can stay with their party and enjoy the queue.
Please note: We are not licensed to give medical advice or liable for these suggestions. Information is based on the personal experience of a Disney vacation with an immediate family member with vertigo. Every person’s vertigo is different and no one knows your health condition better than you. Please consult a doctor prior to your trip if you have questions about your health.
Frozen Ever After
Rating: 5/10, it’s a hit or miss and you’ll probably be feeling it after
Description: Slow-moving, boat ride, has a few hills and goes backward at one point down a hill
Alternative: Located in Norway, there are different shops and food options to enjoy. It’s also the perfect time to start Kidcot! Stop by the Kidcot station to pick up your travel bag and first post card.
Chicken Exit: Where guests board the boats. This queue is an ordinary line with some Frozen-themed things to look at, but not much.
Gran Fiesta Tour Starring the Three Caballeros
Journey Into Imagination with Figment
Living with the Land
Remy's Ratatouille Adventure
Soarin' Around the World
Want to see our vertigo guide for the other Disney parks’ attractions? Check them out here: Magic Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom. We hope this guide helps you or someone you know soak up every bit of magic possible!