Continuing the “refurb” of my rides-that-work-well-for-five series, we move on to Epcot. (Find my Magic Kingdom post here.)
Ellen’s Energy Adventure: With long rows of seating, this ride works great for big families.
The Seas with Nemo & Friends: When the boys were little, we could fit three in one ride vehicle, two in another. Now, if we all go on this ride together, we’re more comfortable with two groups of two, plus a solo clamobile rider.
Soarin’: One of the most fantastic rides at any of the four parks, this ride is ideal for big families. The long rows of “hang-glider” seats allow a big group to sit together.
Living with the Land: Bench seating on a boat ride. We used to all fit in one row, though now we do two rows.
Journey Into Imagination With Figment: Each ride vehicle has 2 rows of bench seating. Five people can easily fit in one ride vehicle.
Test Track: We love this ride! Each car seats 6 people (in 2 rows), so the five of us fit into one car. There is usually a random “single rider” with us, but that’s okay!
Gran Fiesta Tour (Mexico Pavilion): Bench seating on a boat ride. We spread out into 2 rows.
(This is where Maelstrom was in my old post. Let us pause for a moment of silence.)
The other rides in this park work better for groups of two to four. As I’ve said before, we never let seating restrictions stop us from going on a ride we really want to experience. We find a way to make it work.