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Ride Through Hagrid's Pumpkin Patch
Enter the Care of Magical Creatures grounds and pass by Hagrid’s hut, where you’ll hear Fang barking. As you make your way onto the ride, Hagrid gives instructions on the proper way to approach a Hippogriff. A Hippogriff is a magical creature that has the front legs, wings, and head of a giant eagle and the body, hind legs, and tail of a horse. Flight of the Hippogriff is a family-friendly roller coaster that spirals and dives around the pumpkin patch, and then swoops past Hagrid’s hut.
Physical Restrictions
This ride employs safety restraints which may restrict certain guests from riding due to body shape and size. Guests whose waist line is at least 40” or greater may not be accommodated on the ride and are strongly encouraged to try the test seat provided at the entrance of the attraction to ensure their ability to ride. Refer to our Rider's Guide for Rider Safety and for Guests with Disabilities
  • Must be 39″ (99 cm) tall
  • Children 39-48″ (99-122 cm) must be accompanied by a Supervising Companion (14 years or older)
  • No Service Animals
Fast Facts
A statue of a Hippogriff at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
Use Proper Etiquette
When humans approach Hippogriffs, proper etiquette must be maintained to avoid danger.
When Harry Met A Hippogriff
Harry, Ron, and Hermione first learn of Hippogriffs when Hagrid™ introduces students to one in his first Care of Magical Creatures class.
Accessibility Information
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  • Must be 39″ (99 cm) tall
  • Children 39-48″ (99-122 cm) must be accompanied by a Supervising Companion (14 years or older)
  • No Service Animals
  • Must Secure Prosthetic Limbs
  • Accessible in Wheelchair
  • Must Transfer From ECV
  • Test Seat
  • Child Switch
  • Additional Restrictions