3 Longest Rides at Disneyland | Explained

In this guide we will list out the longest rides that Disneyland offers, how long each ride is, and actual (point of view) videos of the rides!

Table of Contents

  1. Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance
  2. Pirates of the Caribbean
  3. Mark Twain Riverboat

1. Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance

The longest ride at Disneyland is none other than Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance at a duration of 18 minutes.

Along with being the longest ride, it is also the most popular ride at Disneyland.

It's the perfect ride that showcases the careful and beautiful design, along with the latest technology available to the Imagineering team.

This ride places guests in between the Resistance and the First Order (who are not the greatest of friends fyi), which means you'll be on the edge of your seat as craziness is about to happen.

2. Pirates of the Caribbean

At almost 16 minutes (15 minutes 30 seconds), Pirates of the Caribbean is the second longest ride at Disneyland.

This is easily one of the most immersive rides, as the moment that you hop on the boat you will notice the distinct 'smell'. The atmosphere is a mixture of water, pirates, and even the soft banjo playing in the background.

This ride is a great way to get off of your feet, kick back, and relax while you learn about the voyage of a certain group of pirates, their adventures, troubles, and even exploits.

3. Mark Twain Riverboat

Coming third on our longest ride list is the Mark Twain Riverboat at a duration of 14 minutes.

Similarly to the Pirates of the Caribbean ride, riders will float on the water in a laid-back atmosphere. It is more of an educational ride as there is a narrator explaining what is going on, and what riders are seeing at all times.

Riders will cruise the scenic Rivers of America on a sightseeing tour aboard a majestic 19th-century paddle boat. 

Board an old-fashioned steam-powered vessel for a half-mile journey into the heart of the American frontier. 

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