Inside ‘Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts’ as Universal Orlando thrills with exciting Diagon Alley ride, detailed queue

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Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts is much more than a ride. A completely immersive experience from the moment guests step foot into Gringotts Bank, this new Diagon Alley attraction offers a complete walkthrough adventure, putting fans inside exciting moments from the “Harry Potter” films.

Unlike the Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey ride in the original Wizarding World, which has a story completely invented for the theme park, Escape from Gringotts is based in a specific time from the “Harry Potter” series. Harry, Ron, and Hermione are sneaking into the vaults of Gringotts Bank to retrieve a Horcrux to aid in destroying the evil Voldemort. It just so happens that guests visiting Diagon Alley are visiting Gringotts at this exact same moment, welcomed in for a tour.

Outside, the Gringotts Bank building is the focal point of all of Diagon Alley. Standing more than 60 feet tall, its crooked architecture and columns lead upward to the stunning dragon that occasionally breathes huge balls of fire.


Video: Diagon Alley Dragon breathing fire in Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando


Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

The experience begins immediately upon stepping inside Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts.

For those who want to know what the queue and attraction are like without reading the details, a spoiler-free review is included first below, followed by a more complete look at all the elements after that for those who want to see it all.

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Spoiler-Free Review

The entire experience of Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts is incredibly entertaining, immersive, and a whole lot of fun. From the moment guests step inside Gringotts Bank, it is instantly clear that this is unlike any other attraction around. There’s a feeling of freedom found while moving from room to room in the queue, each offering something unique. Though there are certainly long lines ahead when Diagon Alley opens on July 8, with an extended queue moving outside the building around back, once indoors the fun begins.

Many technologies and effects are used throughout the queue to bring characters to life in different ways. It unfolds in stages, providing high quality entertainment in phases, keeping guests engaged and entertained while waiting to get on the ride. Most importantly, it rarely feels like queue entertainment or a “pre-show,” instead perfectly coming across as a tour of Gringotts Bank. There’s even a mini-ride within the queue that gives guests an unexpected thrill long before boarding.

Once passing from the gorgeous Gringotts Bank into the depths of its vaults, the ride begins. What ensues is a wild adventure that’s unlike any other attraction in existence. New technologies have been used for the ride mechanism as well as the scenes that fully envelop passengers. Up close encounters with “Harry Potter” characters happen throughout the experience, as do surprise thrilling moments.

Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts is not a roller coaster, not a dark ride, nor any other definable type of ride. It’s a unique combination of several ride styles, featuring elements reminiscent of Transformers: The Ride 3D, The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man, and Revenge of The Mummy, but also including new movements that have never been seen before in a ride like this.

The ride is impressive and engaging from its first scene to its last, but a strong focus on virtual elements does take it down a notch or two. The visuals are almost entirely on screens with 3D projections. They look fantastic – better than any ever seen before – but still feel like watching a movie. Fortunately, the incredibly elaborate set dressings that surround the scenes add a lot to the overall experience.

In the end, the entirety of Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts is a game changing attraction, largely due to its unique ride system and impressively large queue. I hesitate to even call the queue a queue, as it is an integral part of the story, making guests feel like they’ve stepped into the world of “Harry Potter.” Like the rest of Diagon Alley, the detail is impeccable and no one will come out of this attraction disappointed.

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Spoiler-Filled Review

Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts begins to surprise and amaze immediately as guests step inside. From the initial bank lobby all the way to the conclusion of the ride, there isn’t a dull moment.

Video recording is not allowed on the ride itself, so the video below captures everything up until the ride begins, walking through the entire queue and showing its many impressive elements.


Video: Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts full queue walkthrough at Universal Orlando


It’s clear Universal’s designers were going for realism when designing Gringotts Bank. Instead of having guests step straight into its main lobby, a smaller (but not small) rotunda greets visitors with elegant design and a massive ceiling. It’s setting the stage for the scale of everything to come.

Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Around a corner, the incredible Gringotts Bank lobby is free of structure. It’s meant to feel like stepping into a real location. Guests are allowed to freely wander around the room, approaching animatronic goblins doing their jobs. The attraction’s employees are all dressed as Gringotts security, continuing the authentic feel. There is nothing about this room that feels like the queue of a ride, instead an open space that makes one incredible photo opportunity.

Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Goblin animatronics are slow moving but lifelike, occasionally looking up to make eye contact.

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

The head banker lets guests know that, whenever they are ready, they can pass through to the next room to get checked by security before proceeding into the vaults.

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

The freedom to linger or proceed when desired is unusual for an experience like this and quite welcome.

The path then takes guests passed a few vaults and into the security screening area, where friendly Gringotts officers lead everyone into cubicles to have their pictures taken for security IDs. It’s a new type of “on ride photo,” taken in the queue for purchase after the ride, either as a traditional picture or as an actual Gringotts ID to wear around your neck. The prices are expensive (a photo and ID will cost you around $43), but it does make for a great collectible.

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The marble decor of the bank lobby has been replaced by dark, glossy wood in this section of the queue, home to bankers’ offices. It’s also here that guests catch their first glimpse of the antics going simultaneously with the story starring Harry, Ron, and Hermione, who appear in silhouette discussing their plans.

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Copies of the Daily Prophet newspaper are lying around, complete with fully animated images that look even better than those in the original Wizarding World. Universal has definitely improved upon this effect.

Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

The first of two major scenes arrives next as guests step into Bill Weasley’s office.

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

There a goblin welcomes everyone in, explaining the rules of the Muggles’ visit to Gringotts Bank. Shortly thereafter, Bill Weasley joins him with a bit of magic. Naturally, with a Weasley involved, there’s some joking around too.

Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

The scene plays out quite believably, even if the technique used to make the characters come to life is familiar. It’s similar to that seen in the queues of Disaster and Forbidden Journey, but far improved with sharper visuals. And much like in the Disaster queue, the projected characters interact with real life props in the room, enhancing the believability of the scene.

From there, another impressive mini-show takes place, this time aboard an elevator that’s meant to take guests miles downward into the Gringotts vaults.


Video: Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts elevator ride in Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando


Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

A moving portrait explains the safety of the ride that’s ultimately ahead before stepping aboard the elevator.

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

What unfolds inside the elevator is reminiscent of The Haunted Mansion stretching rooms in that all the visual activity is seen through the “glass” views overhead.

Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

The elevator floor bumps and shakes while the view above moves quickly upward, giving the illusion of high-speed travel. There are some brief moments of entertainment during the trip, but mostly it’s meant as a method of making guests feel like they’ve taken a journey into the dark underbelly of the bank and it does that well. More interesting entertainment definitely could (and probably should) have been included in the journey, which is mostly mundane. But it is a great effect that perfectly makes the transition to the next “underground” area.

Stepping off the elevator, 3D glasses are picked up – the same ones used for Transformers: The Ride 3D and Spider-Man.

Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Oddly enough, the next move is to climb a winding staircase. After traveling 9 miles underground, you’d think the elevator could have stepped just a few feet short to skip this step. There is an elevator available for those who can’t make it up the stairs.

Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

Finally, at the top of the stairs is the loading area, massive with stalagmites and stalactites surrounding the ride vehicles on both sides of the cavern. This is when the anticipation truly begins.

Vehicles are trains of 2 cars, each seating 12 people (4 in each row). Rows are slightly staggered upward, ensuring the back row can see over the heads of those in front. The bucket seats drop down quite a bit, but aren’t too snug. Lap bars fit tightly, but not too tight. There are also leg harness to prevent flailing – for good reason.

Entering one of the Gringotts vaults, the ride begins.

The first scene features Bill Weasley and a goblin welcoming Muggles to their tour. The goblin offers to connect his vault car up so he can lead everyone on a tour. But things go horribly wrong immediately as Bellatrix Lestrange appears, alert of the fact that Harry, Ron, and Hermione are breaking into the vault and assuming that riders are involved in the caper.


Video: Bellatrix Lestrange appears in Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts ride at Universal Orlando


Thrills begin instantly after a blast from her magic wand, which sends the car plummeting downward in a steep, unexpected drop. It’s a surprise that sends riders soaring around some tight turns through the vaults and into the vast expanse underneath the bank. Immediately it’s clear this will be no slow moving ride.

The 3D visuals used to make Bellatrix and the rest of the scenes and characters appear are practically perfect. It’s clear they are projected, but they look incredibly lifelike and work well even as virtual sets. Unlike Tranformers and Spider-Man, these screens aren’t extremely tall but rather curved and wrap around ride vehicles, increasingly so as the ride continues, fully enveloping riders into each scene.

When the vehicle finally comes to a halt, it makes an unexpected move. The vehicle spins to the left facing outward into a crevasse. Armored trolls appear (as security?) and begin to bash away at ground around the vehicle, seeming to free it from its track and sending it “falling” downward – virtually. It’s a similar moment as the big falls in Transformers and Spider-Man, as the vehicle tilts forward and rocks around.

Fortunately, the drop is cushioned by Bill Weasley’s magic, who is in the midst of taming the Gringotts fire-breathing dragon. He sends riders onward through the vaults, rapidly spinning back to facing forward and moving through a series of real sets.

In one of the best simple, but effective effects of the ride, a goblin is seen running down some stairs, a 3D projected visual blended with a real set. Riders then fly past more physical sets of vaults, highly detailed as if taken right off of a film set.

But it’s not long before Bellatrix returns, this time with an even bigger adversary. Guests come face to face with a snake, flicking its tongue out before retreating to reveal Voldemort walking out from a vault. Riders see these characters head-to-toe, seeming to be standing just a few feet way. Voldemort is menacing in person and it’s instantly clear that his appearance was sorely missed in Forbidden Journey. He truly completes the “Harry Potter” ride experience. It’s a thrill simply to see him.

Bellatrix sends more magic wand blasts at vehicles, sending riders spinning around, further into depths below Gringotts, amist a sea of bubbling lava. Bellatrix and Voldemort appear once again to finish guests off. But just as the Dark Lord is about to strike riders down, Ron, Harry, and Hermione swoop in aboard the dragon to rescue everyone. They’re on their way out of Gringotts, just as they were in the film, but come to our aid in the process.

The group look and sound great, even though their representation is (presumably) computer generated. They did not film or record anything new for this attraction, but it is unnoticeable. We follow them out after they have saved the day and the experience ends back where it began.

On the way out, pictures can be purchased and picked up before being dumped into a gift shop.

Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts is definitely more family-friendly than Forbidden Journey. Though its ride vehicles do some pretty amazing movements, they don’t come close to the extremes that happen on Forbidden Journey. It has roller coaster-like moments and some spinning, but is never too extreme. It’s simply “Harry Potter” fun that even more guests can enjoy.

Diagon Alley at Universal Orlando

76 Comments

  1. Hermione

    Please, correct the spelling of Voldemoort to Voldemort!

    Besides that, lovely article!

    1. Ricky Brigante

      Fixed! I don’t know why I had “oo” in my head. Thanks.

      1. Hermione

        It’s the extra evil in him that makes you think that, haha!

      2. Just learned another house going up for sale in the brig. Friends of ours relocating to Mass., not far from where I grew up. I pointed out to them that he will have a hellacious commute (Andover to Lexoigtnn). At least I can fix traffic tickets for him in the right towns.

      3. I hear you. I think they got a raw deal. However, it was more the cab drivers than the other teams. At least they walked away with some cash and prizes.

  2. Liz

    my family and I managed to score the package tickets for the week before the opening. I was wondering just how rough the ride might be on someone who’s trying to avoid restraining their neck. Some reviews make it sound gentle and some its just hard to tell. I’d really like my whole family to be able to get on the ride. Though talking mom into it after the Forbidden Journey a few years ago will be the hardest task.

    1. It is a family ride the effects are sharp turns and a fastpase “roller coaster” no we’re as crazy as forbidden journey.

    2. Ricky Brigante

      The “roller coaster” parts are brief and very smooth. But I wouldn’t recommend it for someone who has neck problems. There are definitely some thrills.

      1. Liz

        Thanks Ricky! I guess my dad and mom will just do a walk through with the rest of us. Mom would probably flip out on me if I put her through another ride with drops 🙂 Dad..well its up to him on the neck issue but I feel he’ll probably sit out.

  3. Marianne

    This makes me want to go all the way out to Florida just to ride this.

  4. rebecca

    I was really hoping that Harry Potter would show up and ask one of the guests to marry him 🙁 this has been a dream of mine for a harry potter ride since i was a kid. Do you think the ride is set in stone already, or do you think they could take suggestions and add on more if they were asked? i would be willing to ask them to randomly select, or perhaps you could buy it, to have harry potter ask you to marry you at the end of the ride, and to have a picture of you and harry potter in wedding gown to take home. I’ll ask

    1. rebecca

      And maybe when the new part of the ride opens, if they do this, Daniel Radcliffe can come to the opening and actually do the marry part himself! And I think the person who thought of the new ride ending should get to be the person who marries harry potter in real life! you guys saw me say the idea here first

      1. Luke

        Uhhhh… what? I’ll just skip over my own personal feelings of just how odd what you wrote was, but aside from that Harry Potter is ALREADY married in the book/ film series to Genny. Sorry to disappoint your… fantasy. Lol.

        1. Luke

          Ginny Weasley**

          1. rebecca

            This would have happened BEFORE the end of the books, just like this ride does! He could marry someone he truly loves but then pressure from the Weasley family causes him to marry ginny just like in the books. and its a ride anyway, it doesnt have to be real! Wow you lack imagination!

      2. mort

        wow……just…..wow

      3. jill

        What makes you think he felt pressured to marry Ginny? I don’t remember that in the books.

      4. mark

        Are you retarded?

  5. Michelle

    Does this ride accommodate larger guests? My husband cannot ride Mummy, Forbidden Journey or any of the big “thrill” rides do to size constraints. I was just wondering if Gringotts is any different?

    1. Ricky Brigante

      The seats are somewhat tight, but more forgiving than Forbidden Journey. There is a test seat outside. This was designed to accommodate more people.

    2. janet

      you wont be able to ride if you can’t ride the mummy

    3. mark

      Nope, no fatties on this one.

  6. Francis K.

    Is the ride intense for people who suffered from motion sickness on Forbidden Journey? I got very nauseated after Forbidden Journey.

    I can take Soarin, Star Tours and Transformers. I get sick on FJ and Spider-Man.

    1. Ricky Brigante

      If you get sick on Spider-Man but not Transformers, then it’s impossible to say how you’ll do with this. You’ll just have to try it.

  7. Tom

    That’s not griphook in bill weasleys office. His name is something like cordack

    1. Yeah, it’s definitely not Griphook. I just tried finding the goblin’s name and couldn’t come up with a definitive answer.

    2. Rocky

      Blordak? Gornuk?

  8. Richard

    I noticed in early pre opening pictures of the Gringots banking hall, there were holes in the floor with stantions and chains making a queue. I’m guessing the “free to roam” was a press preview only thing, when the crowd come they need organising!

    1. Ricky Brigante

      Unfortunately I believe you are right, at least for the initial massive crowds.

  9. Anna

    Been reading about a “steep, downward unexpected drop”. How steep is the drop? Thanks

    1. Ricky Brigante

      It’s fairly steep, almost straight down, but it’s over VERY quickly.

  10. Lisy

    How many drops does the ride has, and how intense are they. Worse than the mommy??

    1. Ricky Brigante

      One big drop, not terribly intense. More surprising than anything.

  11. Steve

    Are smaller riders, less than 42″ allowed to go through the queue to experience that part? I’m pretty sure my four year old won’t make the height requirement and will be sorely disappointed.

  12. Taylor

    How steep are the drops? If it’s family friendly and 3D, I can’t imagine them being too steep. I can get on ‘Forbidden Journey’ 100 times over with no problem whatsoever. But I’m a bit hesitant with this one because I’m not a roller coaster person.

    1. Ricky Brigante

      You will be thrilled by a brief roller coaster portion near the beginning of the ride, but after that it’s much more like a dark ride.

  13. Rebecca

    I would also love more info about the drops… I don’t mind spinning or sharp turns (love Forbidden Journey, Spiderman, Transformers, Simpsons)but the “roller coaster” part worries me for this ride. Is it a drop like the Jurassic Park ride? That one almost killed me… I don’t even what to talk about the Mummy! Are they the simulated drops like in Spiderman or real ones? Thanks for the info!!!

    1. EdyeB

      Agreed Rebecca!! I have always though this one would be similar to DINOSAUR with some Spidey thrown in for good measure. If the “drop” isn’t that bad (and from the vechile design, I’m guessing it is more sudden–like PIRATES, which is about all I can stand). My main concern is Nagini showing up. I was afraid of that when I heard Voldy would be making an appearance. I couldn’t take the moments in Honey I Shrunk The Audience.

      1. Ricky Brigante

        Pirates of the Caribbean is a great comparison. It is a sudden and unexpected drop like that – but steeper. It is over very quickly, followed by some fast turns. After that’s done, there isn’t much more roller coaster type action. The vast majority of the ride is like a dark ride, not a roller coaster.

        1. EdyeB

          Thanks Ricky!!! I don’t mind the sharp turns (though the inside lower car on Radator Springs this week was interesting). A quick drop like PIRATES is reassuring.

        2. Marie

          I am also a big chicken for drops & some discussions put me at ease with this drop (like this one saying it’s like pirates), while others freak me out saying it’s an 80 foot practically vertical drop (makes me think of Jurassic Park which really scares me). I have also read on other sites saying it’s a very unique drop that is hard to explain. Needless to say, I am confused. I am basically asking for a confirmation of what kind of drop it is. It would be much appreciated. Thanks 🙂

          1. Ricky Brigante

            It is hard to explain because it’s not quite like anything else around. But it’s a very smooth drop that you ease into. It’s not sudden, but it does pick up speed by the bottom. It’s not straight down, but along a curved track. It’s really not that bad and is over very quickly.

        3. Shane

          Thanks for the info. I’m just wondering, what is meant by the term “dark ride?” Thank you very much.

  14. brett

    Are there inversions

    1. Ricky Brigante

      No, it’s not really a roller coaster.

  15. You really make it seem really easy along with your presentation but I to find this topic to
    be actually one thing which I believe I’d never understand.
    It sort of feels too complex and extremely vast for me.
    I’m looking forward to your subsequent submit, I will attempt to get
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  16. MDAttack

    Where is the ride through video?! We want to see the ride! : )

    1. Ricky Brigante

      Video is not allowed on this ride.

  17. Cabo

    Do you know if the single riders line for gringotts is any different from the standby line in terms of theming and experience ? (Asked in another post) . I’m going to have one shot at this ride and I don’t want to miss any theming…

    1. Veronica J

      Yes, the experience is different. I went 2 times today on Single-Rider and I did the regular line yesterday. I had a very short wait of 15 minutes in-and-out on the regular line, so I didn’t go through the extended queue. On the regular line you go through the bank hall and an elevator.. but the single rider line is some sort of hall, where some point right after you pick up your glasses there is a Goblin stating the “you-should-not-ride-if…” in this hall. Immediately after is another hall that is cavernous and takes a turn… after this you are led in a circular room where your path is on a stairwell that only spirals once. The end of the regular line is here and their stairwell starts at the other side of the room. Both meet up and that is basically the end of the line once your reach the top of the staircase.

    2. Ricky Brigante

      Yes, the single rider line definitely bypasses a lot of the queue entertainment.

  18. Brennan perry

    Hey bub. They actually did record allllll new scenes for this. Not computer generated. I work at universal.

    1. Ricky Brigante

      Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson did not participate in the creation of Diagon Alley, confirmed by Universal Orlando reps and creative director Thierry Coup.

      Also, are you friends with Wolverine by any chance?

  19. Ashley

    In the video that universal studios posted, it showed a “free drop” does that happen? If not, why did they include that?

    1. Ricky Brigante

      Which video?

      1. Ricky Brigante

        No way! That most definitely does not happen in the ride. That’s a clip from the movie.

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  20. Chris Bergoch

    Nice review, but one thing… That’s not Griphook in the preshow. Griphook is seen in the ride with our heros briefly, but the preshow goblin is not him. (He’s on an adventure with Harry, Hermione and Ron while that is occurring) 🙂

    1. Ricky Brigante

      Thanks. Fixed.

  21. Steve

    Is this ride more like Spider-man and Transformers? Or is it more like The Forbidden Journey ride?

    I ask because I’m afraid to go on Escape from Gringotts, which is due to my unfortunately vivid memory of riding the Forbidden Journey 3 1/2 years ago and being on the verge of upchucking for the vast majority of the experience. Oddly enough, on rides like Spider-man, Transformers and the Simpsons/Back to the Future I’m perfectly fine.

    1. Daniel

      The ride is a very smooth version of Spiderman/Transformers. This ride is best for all ages where the original Harry Potter ride was far more “violent” on the senses. You’ll be fine, it is nowhere near the “roller coaster” experience they play it off to be.

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  27. Joey

    I’m probably the millionth person to say this but… the drop. The words “sends the car plummeting downward in a steep, unexpected drop.” don’t sound very nice to me. 🙂 Is it a drop that your stomach feels like it is going up to your brain, or just a relaxing drop?

  28. ted

    Given any thought to the possibility that the elevator is just a room with two sets of doors and an effect filled ride between them. As you point out, it is odd that you immediately go up the stairs upon exiting the elevator. When you exit the actual ride, I believe you go down exactly one flight of stairs and are at the level you came in at.

  29. Mara Rahl

    It’s too bad the ride isn’t very long. We just left the ride an hour ago and we just felt like it should have been a bit longer. We rode The Mummy earlier and Forbidden Journey and they felt much longer. Skull Island is a bit too short as well.

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