The Oasis
Discovery Island
Africa
Rafiki's Planet Watch
Asia
Dinoland USA
Camp Minnie
Mickey
 
 

FastPass is easy and FREE to use!! FastPass allows you to bypass the standby line and enjoy the attraction with little or no wait.

How to Use FastPass

Each FastPass attraction has a bank of FastPass ticket machines near the entrance. Simply insert your admission ticket into one of them to receive your FastPass. On it is printed a time frame indicating when to return. When you do, enter the FastPass line and present your FastPass to the Cast Member.

To help you decide whether or not you'll want to take advantage of FastPass, each FastPass attraction has two clocks near the entrance. The first clock indicates how long the regular Standby wait time is. The second, (FastPass Distribution), shows the return time for FastPasses that are currently being distributed. (You will also see a FastPass Return clock, this simply shows the current time so you will know when your FastPass time has arrived—in case you forgot your watch!)

Most attractions give you an hour window during which you can return (1:15 to 2:15 for example). Note, however, that some attractions, (like Honey I Shrunk the Audience in Epcot), have a return time window of only 10-15 minutes.

FastPass Tips

FastPass attractions are indicated by this icon:
Remember that every member of your party needs to have their own FastPass to visit an attraction (the only exception is young children who have been admitted to the park for free).
One member of your party can go get FastPasses for everybody, just be sure they have everyone's admission ticket.
Cast Members are on hand at all FastPass kiosks to lend assistance or to answer any questions.
Keep in mind that the most popular attractions may run out of FastPasses by mid-day or early afternoon. Also, the return times for these attractions may be several hours out from the time you pick up your FastPass. It's a good idea to get FastPasses for the headliner attractions early in the day.
You can normally only hold one FastPass at a time. The one exception is that you may get another FastPass for another attraction when your current FastPass return time arrives. For example, if you have a FastPass with a return time of 1:00-2:00, you may get another FastPass after 1:00, even if you haven't turned in your current FastPass.
FastPass riders may still experience a nominal wait time of 5-10 minutes (or longer if the FastPass is for a show with a scheduled start time). Often though, you will basically be able to walk on to the attraction, it's well worth it!
Keep in mind that you can't request a specific time to return. If you have time-sensitive plans (dining reservations, for example), be sure to consult the FastPass distribution clocks at the attraction entrance.
 
Animal Kingdom
FastPass Attractions:
Dinosaur
Expedition Everest
It's Tough to Be a Bug
Kali River Rapid
Kilimanjaro Safaris
Primeval Whirl


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