Adventure Thru Inner Space | Disneyland

Last Updated on: March 26th, 2024

Adventure Thru Inner Space disneyland
Image Credit: D23

Adventure Thru Inner Space was a former attraction at Disneyland Park in Anaheim, California. The attraction opened in 1967 and was the first attraction to use the Omnimover ride system, which is still used in several rides at Disney parks today, including the Haunted Mansion and the Little Mermaid: Ariel’s Undersea Adventure.

Adventure Thru Inner Space was a simulated journey through a snowflake and into a subatomic world, with guests “shrinking” down to the size of atoms and observing the world around them. The attraction used a combination of special effects, music, and narration to create an immersive experience for guests.

The ride was located in Tomorrowland and was part of Disneyland’s effort to showcase science and technology in a fun and engaging way. The attraction closed in 1985 and was replaced by Star Tours.

Adventure Thru Inner Space is remembered fondly by many Disneyland fans and is considered a classic attraction that helped pave the way for the many immersive and innovative rides that followed at Disney parks around the world.

Adventure Thru Inner Space Music:

At a Glance


Related Song(s):

    Miracles and Molecules (Song)

    “Miracles and Molecules” is a song that was featured in the attraction “Adventure Thru Inner Space” at Disneyland in California. The attraction was open from…

About the Author

Craig Smith
I am founder and editor of My passion for all things Disney goes pretty far back to my first trip to Walt Disney World in the mid-80's. I have since returned to the magical place more than 20 times. I started this site when I came to the realization that I spent a significant portion of my day reading articles about Disney and watching Disney content with my 8-year old, so it made sense that I would start sharing some of what I read and see and building a little community around it. Other interests include 80's nostalgia, vintage toys, video games, LEGO, Star Wars and tech gadgets. Other sites include DMR and