The Simpsons Ride

World Expo/Springfield, U.S.A.|  Universal Studios Florida

 

The Simpsons Ride | Universal Studios Florida

The Simpsons Ride

Description Ride Information Ride Restrictions Location

Fun Facts The Mouse For Less Tips

Description

The Simpsons Ride at Universal Studios Florida is an great ride for the whole family. In this ride you will help Bart, Homer, Lisa, Marge, & Maggie save the low-budget Krustyland theme park. See all your Simpsons favorites, plus while you wait to ride play any of the entertaining carnival games as if you really were inside the Krustyland theme park.

Ride Information

Opening Day: May 15, 2008

Type of Ride: 3D/4D Motion Simulation

Age Recommendation: All Ages (meeting height requirements)

Ride Duration: 4.5 Minutes

Typical Wait Time: 15-60 Minutes (varies on crowd size)

Single Rider Line: Yes

Express PassYes

Child Swap: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: No (while riding)

Ride Photo: No

Ride Restrictions

Disability: Guests will need to transfer to the ride itself for The Simpsons Ride. For more information on disability assistance at Universal Orlando Resort click here.

Height Requirements40″(101.6cm) Minimum. Riders under 48″(121.9cm) must have a supervising companion with them.

Location

Nearby Attractions: Kang & Kodos’ Twirl ‘n’ Hurl & Men in Black: Alien Attack

Dining: Duff Brewery, Moe’s Tavern, & Fast Food Boulevard

Shopping: Kwik-E-Mart

Did You Know?

  • Rather than pulling clips from the show, The Simpsons Ride was created with brand new animation. This is also true for the pre-show and the queue area.
  • The Simpsons Ride replaced the Back to the Future ride in 2008. In order to keep Marty’s spirit alive, you can see Comic Book Guy wearing his futuristic jacket from Back to he Future Part 2.
  • May 15, 2008 was the grand opening date of The Simpsons Ride, however the ride actually opened April 23, 2008 as a soft opening to see how it would do.

The Mouse For Less Tips

  • The Simpsons Ride is fun for all ages, especially those who are true Simpsons fans. If you are not as familiar with the show you should know that much of the humor is adult-oriented.
  • If this makes you a little uneasy with the little ones you can always watch a few episodes of The Simpsons ahead of time to know what you should expect. Who knows, you just might get hooked!
  • Wait times can be so tricky. They vary on everything; weather, time of day, time of year, etc. If you are at the park and want to know a current wait time for The Simpsons Ride (or any of the Universal Studios or Islands of Adventure attractions) you can always download the official Universal Orlando Resort app and view their real wait times.
  • The Simpsons Ride can make Guests a little queasy, as it is a traditional motion simulator. Be aware if you have issues with motion sickness.