What is The High in the Sky Seuss Trolley Train Ride?
This elevated trolley takes you on a leisurely ride around Seuss Landing as you are entertained by fanciful sounds and effects. Several references to Dr. Seuss’s The Sneetches and Other Stories can be spotted along the way, as well as a lovely aerial view of the park.
Where is The High in the Sky Seuss Trolley Train Ride located?
The High in the Sky Seuss Trolley Train Ride – height restrictions and other factors
You must be at least 40 inches tall to ride. This attraction offers Express Pass access.
The High in the Sky Seuss Trolley Train Ride – what you wish you knew before you experienced it
While this ride is, indeed, geared towards the younger crowd, it offers a fantastic panorama of Islands of Adventure that guests of any age will appreciate. This is an especially magical experience at night during the holiday season, giving you a great look at the many twinkling lights and decorations around the land.
How scary is The High in the Sky Seuss Trolley Train Ride?
We rate The High in the Sky Seuss Trolley Train Ride one out of five Star-belly Sneetches in terms of fear factor – this gentle and slow-paced ride may only be frightening to those with a serious fear of heights.
When did The High in the Sky Seuss Trolley Train Ride open?
June 22, 2006
The High in the Sky Seuss Trolley Train Ride – OI fun fact
This ride was originally intended to debut in 1999 with the rest of Islands of Adventure, themed as Sylvester McMonkey McBean’s Very Unusual Driving Machine. Due to technical complications, the opening of this attraction was postponed, but the track remained above Seuss Landing, unused, for seven years.
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The High in the Sky Seuss Trolley Train Ride – real guest reviews
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Dr Seuss trolley was so much fun. Seeing all the Seuss images made my day. It's colorful and bright in this area. I can't wait to go back to see Dr Seuss land!! Going around the restaurant was kinda beat seeing a different angle of the detour. Beware there are steps to get to train. The ride is super gentle.
While not exciting for adults, this ride provides a much needed rest. Ride atop the rails and enjoy the breeze while you rest your weary feet. My daughter loved this ride, especially seeing the sneetches in the lake! Staff was kind and courteous helping guests on and off the ride. It was a much needed relaxing break, while providing some pretty cool views of the IOA Park.
Once upon a time, there were a couple of twenty-something park visitors. One liked roller coasters, one didn't. They went in search of a ride they both could enjoy. They walked and they walked and they walked until they came to the Trolley Train Ride. Debating if they were too old, they decided to try it out. The Florida summer breeze blew through their hair as they rode the left track (mainly outside), listening to the stories told through their train's speakers. Children laughed around them and families oo-ed and ah-ed over the wonderful theming throughout the ride. The twenty-somethings felt a little silly riding it without a child but enjoyed it thoroughly.
The best past of this ride is the view out over the lagoon at Islands of Adventure. It's a nice break from the miles you will walk in the park and for anyone who grew up on Dr. Seuss (if you didn't, I'm so sorry for you), it's a nice stroll down memory lane.
5 stars if you are a small child or an adult with tired feet. This ride has two separate tracks. This biggest difference is that the one on the right goes through the top of the Circus McGircus restaurant. If it's raining or you just want to see inside the restaurant without bumping into a child or if it's raining, choose this option. If the weather is nice, choose the left train and spend more time outside. Great theme throughout the ride. It's not exciting but it is sweet and whimsical. A nice break.
As it was raining, we decided to do some training. Seuss' trolley Train that is...a great ride for young and old. All was well, until... near the end when our train stopped short and it was no sport. But, really no big deal we didn't have any small children with us.