Sunday, January 18, 2015

L'Intérieur de Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy

I've made a couple of blog posts showing the outside of the new Ratatouille mini-land and ride, at Walt Disney Studios.  How about a look inside the attraction, and some photos riding along as we join Remy on a mad culinary dash through Gusteau's?

Guests board little trackless, radio-operated mouse cars on the rooftops of Paris.

We quickly come upon Remy and the spirit of Gusteau at the skylight of his restaurant. Remy ponders what to make.

Suddnely, a latch gives away, and we tumble onto the kitchen below!

At rat level, we hurtle around obstacles and dodge the cooks.

Eventually we find the pantry, a part of the attraction that uses physical sets rather than large projected big screens.

It seems other rodents have found the pantry too!

Back in the kitchen, we attempt to hide, but this may not be the best spot, given that it's an oven...

We move on and come upon more screens.

The ride uses the same trackless technology as Tokyo Disneyland's The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, but this experience is not quite as seamless and wholly immersive as its Japanese predecessor.

It's still a fun ride, though, and all ends well as Remy winds up at his own rooftop restaurant.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...