Ok, I've just been through the Iron Man exhibit. Figure 20-30 minutes to get into Innoventions, and you can see the suits on display. If you want to suit-up in the Iron Man suit, figure another 30-40 minutes in line.
I exclaimed outloud when I saw this, "holy crap!". Maybe I'll see this in the next few week myself. That is a lot of people at Innoventions compared to the past. Usually the ramp and upper level have 2-10 people on it, not people everywhere.
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Next year I'm trying for a summer internship at Stark Industries.
The AP preview was nice but seemed that the CM's and supervisors where just confused about this entire event. No one seemed to know what time you could line up, where the entrance was and lots of other things. It is a very small area and is interesting but not worth a 3+ hour wait. And I was in my ECV and no one told me I could stay in the chair so I got out and tried to stand in the circle, but since I have a loss of balance and vertigo I nearly fell over when the flying sequence started. When I left the circle I fell into a wall and could not regain my balance. No one bothered to ask what was wrong and I finally made it back to my EVC and used the elevator to get out of the building. Now that I know what to do, or not to do, I will go back if and when the lines calm down and try it again. The displays of Iron Man suits is very cool, but very narrow and crowded. There is a lot of empty space upstairs that would have made a better space for this.
Huge lines for a small exhibit, can you imagine what a full blown Ironman E ticket would bring? THEY HAVE TO bring Ironman to Tomorrowland.
One of the reasons (the major reason) that the line is long for this exhibit is because it ISN'T a full blown attraction. They have only two "Suit Up" stations, resulting in the long line. If they had an attraction that was able to absorb more people, there wouldn't be a huge line.