Inside 'Harry Potter and the Escape From Gringotts' as Universal Orlando Thrills With Exciting Diagon Alley Ride, Detailed Queue - Inside the Magic

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  1. 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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  7. 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?

  8. 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.

  9. 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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