What Is Replacing Tomorrowland Speedway? [Facts!]

At first glance, it seems like Tomorrowland Speedway will be completely destroyed by the time you read this. Disney has already demolished large sections of the park, and more is on the way. While it still feels like a great loss to those of us who love this part of the world, there are some perks to this situation. One of the best things that could come from this closure is the opportunity to try out some of the greatest attractions once reserved for special fans and memberships only.

With the help of Theme Park University, we identify the top 10 attractions that will be taking the place of Tomorrowland Speedway.

Top 10 Attractions Replacing Tomorrowland Speedway

Hopefully, you’ve saved some money over the years and amassed a large collection of MagicBands. These special wristbands allow you to enter some of Disney’s most magical worlds, including:

  • The Amazing Adventures of Spiderman
  • Captain America: The First Avenger (Future)
  • Mickey’s PhilharMagic
  • Peter Pan’s Flight
  • Rocket Rods from Outer Space
  • Tricky Trout
  • Venom
  • Zoological Wonders of London

With the closure of Tomorrowland, these MagicBands will be worth a fortune, and Disney is willing to pay you to take them off of your hands.

Unfortunately, you can’t bring this collection of bands to Disney World, as they’re property of Disney. Instead, you’ll have to find a way to get them into the palm of your hand. There are multiple options, including selling them back to Disney, but you’ll have to decide what’s most important to you.

The Amazing Adventures of Spiderman

One of the first attractions to be demolished was The Amazing Adventures of Spiderman. Opened in 2018 and themed after the blockbuster film of the same name, this Spiderman experience lets you take the role of Spiderman and battle against evil. You’ll swing across New York City in a webbing of steel and capture criminals while trying to stay ahead of the police. This isn’t your average dark ride, and it isn’t meant to be experienced by those less than 4 feet, 10 inches. If you’re looking for an adrenaline rush, this is the right fit. Unfortunately, if your height isn’t an issue, it’s a great ride for beginners as well.

Captain America: The First Avenger (Future)

Tucked away in Tomorrowland is the replica of Captain America’s Avengers Assemble. This is the themed area surrounding the iconic Avengers statue, and it is one of the most photographed spots at the park. The attraction opened in 2018 and recreates the experience of one of the most exciting chapters in cinema history. You’ll experience life inside the hollow Earth of the titular villain as you learn about the importance of teamwork and the value of being a Captain.

Unfortunately, this will be the last time that you’ll get to hang out with Steve Rogers in the Disney Parks. After this year, he’ll be off on his own adventures, but you can always find a way to see him for free at one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe marvelous nights.

Mickey’s PhilharMagic

Another great attraction that will be demolished is Mickey’s PhilharMagic. This family-friendly amusement ride lets you experience the magic of Disney through music and dance. You’ll be catapulted into a whimsical world where you and your child can enjoy some quality parent-child time. While the experience is meant to be fun for everyone, it’s definitely not for the chronically uncomfortable!

Peter Pan’s Flight

You can’t talk about the demolition of Tomorrowland without mentioning Peter Pan’s Flight. This ride, which has stood the test of time since it first opened in 1927, is one of the best attractions the park has to offer. You’ll board a glorified amusement park ride that takes you back in time to witness the battles between Pan and Joey, as well as other pirate adventures. There’s also a version of the ride that lets you witness the fair isle curse in action. For those looking for something a little less historical, this is the perfect alternative.

Rocket Rods from Outer Space

The demolition of Tomorrowland will also bring the end to Rocket Rods from Outer Space. This is one of the classic attractions at Disney World, a favorite of ours because it’s one of the few that give you the opportunity to propel yourself into the air. You’ll control a boat load of rockets, sending them flying towards various targets. The catch is that every time you score a point, a large monster appears and tries to eat you. It might not sound like everyone’s idea of a good time, but it’s one of the few attractions where children can have a good time while parents enjoy a relaxing sit.

Tricky Trout

Tricky Trout, the walkthrough dark ride based on the movie of the same name, will also be closing. This 2019 remake of the 1968 original allows you to dive into the undersea world of the Great Lakes. While not one of the most thrilling attractions, it’s a great family-friendly adventure, especially since many of the park’s other aquatic attractions are under construction as we speak.


After Tricky Trout, the next most famous title to be demolished is Venom. This is one of the most popular restaurants at Walt Disney World, offering guests a unique combination of food and technology. While there aren’t any specific details about what will replace it, based on past demolition announcements, it’s likely that a Fast-Tracked Development project will emerge. More on that below.

Zoological Wonders of London

Also buried in Tomorrowland is another replica, this one dedicated to the great London Zoo. This attraction was originally built for the Exposition Universelle of 1878, an event that showcased the beauty of animals and nature. Today, it is one of the few remaining attractions that pay tribute to Homo sapiens apart from Frozen Forestry.

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