Star Tours

Discoveryland, Disneyland Park

26 votes, average: 8.38 out of 1026 votes, average: 8.38 out of 1026 votes, average: 8.38 out of 1026 votes, average: 8.38 out of 1026 votes, average: 8.38 out of 1026 votes, average: 8.38 out of 1026 votes, average: 8.38 out of 1026 votes, average: 8.38 out of 1026 votes, average: 8.38 out of 1026 votes, average: 8.38 out of 10

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  1. Whilst in line for this ride we meet C3PO and R2D2 who entertain you before boarding for your journey to Endor. Sadly the robot pilot commentary is French which detracts a little from the atmosphere. Your journey through outer space on board the simulator is a little rough at times which won’t appeal to the very young and it is also quite noisy, that said it never fails to please me!

    By junglebaggie on 9th November 2007 at 10:19 am

  2. This is a very clever simulator and great if you like that sort of thing, but I have to admit it left me feeling dreadful. I felt very sick and dizzy afterwards. If you get travel sick, DO NOT do this one. I suppose this is actually a credit to the designer, in that it is very realistic. Over all, a brilliant simulator, but my husband and I will never go on it again.

    By mandymoo on 7th November 2007 at 5:32 pm

  3. I don’t care what anybody says about it being a 20 year old ride, it is great. The queue line is the best in the whole resort. The only thing I would say negative about it is the film it can be a little bit jumpy but it’s still a very good ride!

    By Its_Like_I_Dreamed_It on 3rd November 2007 at 9:51 pm

  4. When i was younger i found this very scary, riding it now I’m 14 made me think again about why it was so scary because i didn’t find it thrilling. Its very dated and needs a totally new refurbishment.

    By Owain on 3rd November 2007 at 11:46 am

  5. My younger son loves it, the eldest hates it, i think i agree it looks 100% from the 80s and if you happen to be in the front sit it is a lot less intense than it should be.
    Queues were very long on Sunday but not in the other days so we could do it as many times as we wanted to.
    The queueing line anyway is enjoyable and makes the waiting not so boring.

    By giuly09 on 23rd September 2007 at 10:00 am

  6. Star Tours, a 20 year old attraction, is looking dated these days. The film used in the motion simulator is grainy, and the actors look fresh from the 80’s. The simulation motions are jerky and not particularly thrilling. The fact that it’s Star Wars does help a little but overall the ride doesn’t impress like it used to 20 years ago. Beware that the narration for the ride is entirely in French. This is one the few rides where it DOES affect the enjoyment of the ride - the pilot’s humurous quips and narration are missed on English speaking guests.

    On the plus side, the queue line is brilliant, with full size C3PO and R2D2 animatronics. It’s also a fairly quick loading attraction - the line will keep your attention anyway. The queue line is dotted with “droids” who speak to guests in both English and French. This attraction is popular and can sometimes get long lines - try riding in the morning if possible. I wouldn’t wait longer than 20 minutes.

    Star Tours is nowhere near as intense as todays modern thrill rides, and most children should handle it okay. It does contain loud noises and sudden movements so some young children may be frightened. Most kids will enjoy the Star Wars theming.

    By lloyddy on 12th September 2007 at 1:50 pm

Star Tours

Motion simulator ride with special effects and animatronics.