3-Year-Old Disney World Ride Closed With Guests Left on Board, Video Reveals

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A girl writes on her arm with a sharpie in the foreground of an image of the entrance to Remy's Ratatouille Adventure.

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“Drinking Around the World Showcase” was a disaster for a group of women on a girls’ trip to Walt Disney World Resort this month. One of the guests shared a video on social media after getting trapped on Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure, a 3D ride in the France World Showcase Pavilion.

Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure opened at EPCOT in 2021 after years of successful operation in Walt Disney Studios Park at Disneyland Paris Resort. Upon entering the queue, guests “shrink” to the size of a rat and explore Paris from the perspective of its smallest residents.

remys ratatouille adventure exterior disneyland paris
Credit: Disney

Once on board, join Remy and Chef Linguini on an unforgettable adventure through Gusteau’s. As Walt Disney World Resort puts it: “When you’re little, life is one big adventure!”

Unfortunately, TikTok user @kmkelly91388 and friends might not voluntarily step into the Parisian restaurant again anytime soon after a recent incident. The guest and three friends were trapped on Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure for an extended period after the attraction broke halfway through.

“We couldn’t make this day up if we tried,” the guest wrote.

@kmkelly91388

We couldnt make this day up if we tried 🤣 #disney #disneyworld #nursesoftikok #nurses #girlstrip #epcot #drinkingaroundtheworld #ratatouille #fyppppppppppppppppppppppp #sing

♬ original sound – Kmkelly91388

Desperate for entertainment, the four women repeatedly sang “How Far I’ll Go” from Moana (2016). One of the women tallied their performances on her hand with a permanent marker.

Eventually, Disney cast members arrived and evacuated the guests from Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure. It’s unclear exactly how long the guests were on the ride, but it was at least 25 minutes based on the number of “How Far I’ll Go” performances the group completed when the video was taken.

Ratatouille ride concept art
Credit: Disney

Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure re-opened shortly after the incident and was operating normally at the time of this article’s publication. Check the My Disney Experience app or ask a Disney cast member if you’re unsure of a Walt Disney World Resort ride’s operational status.

What’s the longest you’ve been stuck on a ride at Magic Kingdom Park, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, or Disney’s Animal Kingdom? In the comments, share your experience with Inside the Magic.

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