Accessibility · Disney's California Adventure · Pixar Pier

Inside Out: Emotional Whirlwind at Disney’s California Adventure

Pixar Pier knows how to bring out all the emotions!!! Nestled on the west end of the pier and Incredicoaster is Inside Out’s new ride Emotional Whirlwind.

Here is everything you need to know about this family friendly attraction, including accessibility information!

Type of Attraction

Ride. This ride is a spinning ride that takes you into the air.

Note that this attraction may be shut down early on select nights to accommodate World of Color. Check the Official Disneyland App and park information for World of Color showtimes.

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Restrictions/Requirements

  • Height: No restrictions
  • Service Animals: Permitted with caution
  • Must transfer from wheelchair/ECV

Warning: Do NOT ride if you are prone to motion sickness or are afraid of heights. Guests who are afraid of roller coasters, loud screams, and noise may not be comfortable in this area. While this attraction is mild and soothing, the Incredicoaster surrounds it.

About the attraction

In the first picture you can see the ride itself. Depending on the size of the guests in your party, each emotion mover may seat 4-6.

You may remember this ride as Flik’s Fliers from the exterminated Bugsland.

For guests who do not wish to ride or that just want a place to people watch, the stone benches next to the ride are a wonderful addition to the pier.

If you are using DAS, follow the instructions given to you from Guest Relations.

Guests using a mobility aid may take it to the emotion mover. Once you have transferred into the ride vehicle a cast member will then move it out of the way. Your mobility aid will be waiting by the exit gate. If you need it to transfer out of the ride vehicle, just inform the cast member and they will bring it to you.

The Queue

Be sure to look up from your phone while going through the queue or you will miss adorable signs like the ones pictured.

The queue is partly shaded and is ADA compliant. We had no issues pushing a wheelchair through it.

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