With its 65 mph record, Test Track is certainly the fastest ride at EPCOT – and the fastest across Disney World as a whole. The only close contender in the park is Mission: SPACE, but it only has a top speed of 35 mph.
What should I not miss at Epcot?
Not To Be Missed at EPCOT
- Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind (Opens 2022?)
- Living with the Land.
- Mission: SPACE Green.
- Mission: SPACE Orange.
- The Seas Main Tank and Exhibits.
- Soarin’ Around the World.
- Spaceship Earth.
- Test Track.
Has anybody ever died at Disney World?
On December 7, 2006, a 73-year-old man lost consciousness while riding Space Mountain. He was transported to a hospital and died three days later. The medical examiner found that the man died of natural causes due to a heart condition.
Is the Test Track open at EPCOT?
Both Spaceship Earth and Test Track underwent a temporary closure when EPCOT opened. When a rider experiences a temporary closure, they are often back up and running that day; however, that is not always the case. As you can see below on the My Disney Experience app, both attractions are listed as temporarily closed.
Does EPCOT Test Track go upside down?
It’s not a roller coaster, you don’t flip upside down, but it’s become one of the most popular attractions in Disney World, deservedly so. There are rows of seats. You put on your seat belt and next thing you know, you’re hang gliding over California. Will you scream and clutch the hand of the person next to you?
Is Epcot worth visiting?
As with all the Disney Parks, Epcot is worth a visit. My favorite experiences: Test Track; Illuminations; and Spaceship Earth. Take some time to properly visit each country’s pavilions in World Showcase. Each one is staffed by people native to that country, and the entertainment is also from that land.