It does what it says – it focuses on the futuristic. You can reach it from the hub or through Fantasyland. Here’s the key rides:
Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin – Sit two to a car, each with laser guns and shoot at targets as you go around the ride to be awarded points. Your points are tallied up and you can rank yourself against a score board at the end. In low season (when it’s not quite so busy) this is worth jumping out and straight back into the queue for a second go.
Monster’s Inc Laugh Floor – an impressive comedy show that interacts with the audience.
Tomorrowland’s Indy Speedway – race your cars round a track. There is a height restriction and it is popular with adults on it but is more for the kids (or maybe non-drivers) – you’ll definitely drive faster pulling out of your driveway!
Space Mountain – an indoor dark rollercoaster – very fun!
Astro Orbiter – not one for you if you’re afraid of heights. The ride itself is a breeze – you sit in space ships that raise up and go round in a circle. But it is set way up in the sky, in open air and gives you terrific views of Walt Disney World. Or it would if you can open your eyes.
Tomorrowland’s Transit Authority – a train ride around some of Tomorrowland’s attractions.