©EDSA | Disney Skyliner | Gondolas


©EDSA | Disney Skyliner | Gondola Station


Continuing a long tradition of magical transportation experiences, the Disney Skyliner was designed to accommodate and improve current and future guest flow logistics. Providing visitors with panoramic views of the area below and outward to the horizon, each station is uniquely designed in concert with the whimsical elements, themed detailing and color schemes of their originating destination resort or park point of entry.

©EDSA | Disney Skyliner | Entry

With close attention to lighting, plantings, overhead covering, screening, hardscape and fencing, all stops exemplify and maintain the persona and styling that is inherent in Disney’s story of place.

EDSA developed landscape architectural design drawings and narratives for each station associated with the aerial gondola system addressing design aesthetics, circulation, queuing and accessibility for each tower station along the route.

©EDSA | Disney Skyliner | Landscape
©EDSA | Disney Skyliner | Map of all StationsOpen
  • ©EDSA | Disney Skyliner | Map of all Stations
  • ©EDSA | Disney Skyliner | Plan
  • ©EDSA | Disney Skyliner | Plan
  • ©EDSA | Disney Skyliner | Plan
  • ©EDSA | Disney Skyliner | Plan
  • ©EDSA | Disney Skyliner | Plan

Design Process

With six guest boarding stations, the state-of-the-art gondola system connects the Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, Art of Animation Resort, Pop Century Resort and Riviera Resort with Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

Project Details

    • Location Walt Disney World, Florida
    • Client Walt Disney World Company
    • Scope Area Development
      Detailed Design
      Construction Administration Services
    • Scale 3 Miles