There are a total of four rides at Disney World that offer the single rider option at Disney World:
Each of these rides will let riders who are willing to ride alone or with a group of strangers, skip the regular ride queue and get on the ride faster.
When you approach the line, look for a sign that indicates "single rider". If you don't see it, ask a Cast Member and they can direct you where to go.
These lines will almost always be far shorter than any regular ride queue, but if you do opt for single rider, you will miss some fun things in the queue.
In Expedition Everest at Animal Kingdom you will miss the story and unique artifacts that help explain the journey to Everest and the search for the Yeti.
At Test Track in Epcot you will miss building and designing your own car to test on the course. When you ride, you will be riding in a car that your fellow passengers built before you boarded.
During Rock 'N' Rollercoaster at Hollywood Studios, you will miss the pre-show featuring Aerosmith. This pre-show explains why you are racing in a limo during the ride.
And at Millenium Falcon Smugglers Run you will miss one of the best animitronics that Disney has ever created, Hondo Onaka. He explains your mission to you before you board the ship.
If you are looking to enjoy as many rides as you can in as little time as you can, single rider is definitely the way to go.
While these ride queues may be fun and interesting, I am all about hitting up the single rider lines to avoid long wait times.
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