Francis' Ladybug Boogie

Description from PassPorter's Disneyland Resort and Southern California Guidebook:

Get dizzy on a spinning car rideit's a touch tamer than Mad Tea Party's whirling teacups at Disneyland. Each four-person ladybug car spins and twirls in figure-eights around the "dance floor," actually switching tracks throughout the ride. Cars spin toward one another at times, neatly avoiding collisions. These spin on their own, but weight distribution makes that happen. Tip: Single riders or adults with a smaller child should sit by the door to make sure it spinsask a cast member where to sit. No lap-sitting is allowed on this ride. Guests must transfer from wheelchair/ECV to ride. Note that this attraction is closing September 4, 2018 to make way for a new Marvel-themed experience.

Type: Ride
Scope: -Ticket
Ages: Ages 3 & up
Thrill Factor: Spins!

Ride Duration: 1 1/2 min.
FastPass: None
Queue Conditions: Short waits

Special Considerations:
- Must transfer from wheelchair

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