Get ready for an out-of-this-world encounter with mischievous alien experiment number 626, otherwise known as Stitch. Guests arrive at the facility for a tour of Space Traffic Control in Tomorrowland. Space Traffic Control (or STC) is the nerve center for this quadrant of the galaxy and where all space traffic is closely monitored. The tour goes as planned until the host is interrupted by Stitch, a fluffy blue alien in a “borrowed” space ship. The fun begins as Stitch interacts in real time with the guests, plays games with the kids and even teaches everyone how to speak Hawaiian. Ultimately, Stitch’s old nemesis, Gantu shows up and wants his ship back. It’s up to the guests in the audience to help Stitch escape! The show is full of comedy, action and, best of all, it’s never the same show twice! Autopia
Drive into the future aboard electric cars that cruise along the highways of tomorrow. No driver’s license is necessary. In fact, the road is open to guests of all ages. The only requirement is that they be tall enough to “put the pedal to the metal” in their batterypowered “zoom” buggies with on-board instrumentation and audio effects. The cars jet around an alien landscape filled with strange-looking trees and shrubs that are (or at least appear to be) out of this world. UFO Zone
Get up close and personal with some UFOs (Undeniably Fun Objects) in this interactive play area designed for guests of all ages. The colorful, oversized props include a mischievous robot that sprays water and makes noises when his buttons are pushed, a water-squirting ray gun, a crashed rocket ship (still “smoking” from impact), a flying saucer in take-off mode and an alien plant that unexpectedly wiggles to watery life every few minutes. Guests can choose to get wet – or not – amid all the pop jets, bubblers, misters, thrusters and squirters. This is one alien invasion people will be running to, not from.