Top 10 Scary Rides and Attractions at Disneyland ParisHere's a list of rides and attractions at Disneyland Paris that are scary to some people.
Past and present.
It's not the fastest Disney coaster in the world, but it is the 2nd fastest one in Disneyland Paris, just behind Rock N' Roller Coaster, and the only Space Mountain with a launch and inversions, a sidewinder, a corkscrew, and a tongue, and you launch from a cannon up to 44 mph in 1.8 seconds.
It's enough to scare the poop out of you, so think twice before riding.
by the way the minimum height requirement is 52", so it's a serious ride.
It was pretty scary as it was in the dark and in a fraction of a second it catches the speed and the coaster turns into all the angles you can ever think of. We chose this as our first roller coaster ride so it was really scary for me, if you want this to be your first roller coaster or ride think twice before you go
It's a ride where you go on a haunted elevator that takes you on your own episode of the Twilight Zone, but the elevator falls down and goes out of control.
The DP version is scary, but the drop sequence is the same for everyone riding, so it can get old for those riding it many times, whereas the DW version has a randomized drop sequence, so it's different for everyone, also the DW one has more scenery and stuff, more story, and is longer.
This is more predictable, though still a scare for many in Paris.
Yet the minimum height requirement is only 40", a huge understatement.
My 9 years daughter will never be the same after this elevator ride. She is now even scare of own elevator, going always by stars.
I like turtles
You launch from 0 to 57 mph in 2.8 seconds, and it's the 3rd roller coaster at Disneyland Paris to include inversions, with the 1st inversion giving riders almost 5 g-forces.
Yet being in the dark and loud music also makes it scary for many.
It's so intense it's not for anyone under 48"
No longer at Disneyland Paris. Got scraped after the new upgrade.
Just looking at it gives you a scare from its dark appearance, and while riding it, will give you a scare.
It has sharp turns, sudden drops and a loop, all of which will take you by surprise.
Yet the minimum height requirement for this ride is a surprising 55", which no other ride has, so it's a no-go for kids or teenagers.
It's actually really fun if you ride it. It may be chilling, but it's still a good ride overall.
Just because it's based on Crush from Finding Nemo doesn't make this a kids ride.
Not much of one.
It's a ride that starts out as a dark ride with Nemo theming, and becomes a wild indoor roller coaster in the dark, and spins at the same time.
You'll be coming off shocked.
The minimum height requirement is 42", so it's not much of a kids ride anyway.
What a great ride
It's not much in design, but it is one heck of a ride, as you swing up and down repeatedly in your train before coming to a stop, so it may get some people sick.
The minimum height requirement for that matter is 48", no kids are tall enough to ride anyway.
I go broom broom
This one, like Disneyland California's, is scarier than the one at DW, due to the dynamite effects near the end, and with this one, you can really get wet on this one, as this one has a splashdown before the middle of the ride.
Don't like this ride
The queue starts in a strange room, which gets scary, and then you board a "doom buggy" and explore the haunted environment, and there are ghosts and phantom', and all of that can be scary to some people.
I loved it. It is like the Paris equivalent of The Haunted Mansion.
Fun not scary at all"
The ride is dark and shows skeletons and a drop leading to a pirate battle, where cannons are being fired towards you, which can be scary, and also, at the end of the battle, you go down the final drop, which can also be scary to some kids.
You go 25 meters high before going back down. And it's all anticipated once you get on.
Arguably the least scary iteration of the attraction there is.
It's not scary for me
I nearly died :-O