One may also ask, can you ride the Mad Tea Party while pregnant?
After my own research, I did go on both rides and did not have a problem, however, if you get dizzy easily than I would recommend avoiding Mad Tea Party and possibly Astro Orbiter. Each park also has shows that are a perfect break for an expectant mother to watch while taking a break.
Keeping this in view, how many people can fit in a teacup at Disney?
Ride Capacity: Each teacup can hold 3 or 4 adults, giving the ride an hourly capacity of 1,100 riders every hour.
How old do you have to be to ride the teacups at Disney World?
If your five year old wants to spin on the teacups, someone age 14 or older will have to go with him. Once the child turns seven, you can watch from the side.
At Disney World and Disneyland, babies can ride on laps on the railroad rides, Jungle Cruise, “It’s a Small World,” Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean, Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and similar rides. Some rides will take guests into the dark, so use your best judgment.
Magic Kingdom Rides & Attractions Suitable During Pregnancy:
- Walt Disney World Railroad.
- Swiss Family Tree House.
- The Magic Carpets of Aladdin.
- Enchanted Tiki room.
- Jungle Cruise.
- Pirates of the Caribbean.
- Tom Sawyers Island.
- Country Bear Jamboree.
Disneyland Rides You Should Avoid If You’re Pregnant:
- Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.
- Indiana Jones Adventure.
- Matterhorn Bobsleds.
- Space Mountain.
- Splash Mountain.
- Star Tours: The Adventure Continues.
- Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance.
The first spinning tea cup ride at an amusement park was Disneyland’s Mad Tea Party, which was an original ride when Disneyland’s Fantasyland opened in 1955. The ride was based on the chapter entitled “A Mad Tea Party” from Lewis Carroll’s book “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.”
The orange diamond cup is regarded as the fastest spinner, followed by the purple cup. The two heart cups are the slowest. Read about Walt Disney World’s version of this ride HERE.