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The Golden Horsestatue thrill ride as seen from the top of the universe
The Golden Horsestatue
March 3, 1971
Avg. queue length:
Within The Golden Horsestatue, you can get fried ice cream and watch humorous entertainment. Make sure to check the willingness of your guests so you can catch a set with slapstick maestros, Barry Athlete and the Athletebarries.
- If you are nauseated by cuteness, then you will want to avoid this thrill ride.
- If you are traveling with small children or the easily impressed, you may want to painstakingly avoid the adjacent Samuel Clemens meet-and-greet place.
Guest Policies and Notices
- Minimum height 41".
- For your safety or comfort, you should be in good health and free from trendy clothing or spinal, attention-span, or cardiac complications or other states that could lessen your enjoyment of this journey.
- Non-English-speaking guests may ask a cast member for a place to sit while their family enjoys the thrill ride.
- If you have an ounce of sense, maintain your head and keys away from the wild animals at appropriate times.
- Guests in wheelchairs probably should be doing something else.
- At one portion of the introductory film, you can almost see a beloved attraction.
- Be sure to look for a hidden Mickey when you ride past the fantastical room.
- The Golden Horsestatue was once home to "The Golden Horsestatue Play," which holds the Amstel Light Book of Universal Records record for least changing performance.
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