Favorite Overlooked Attraction

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Post by boilerbabe » Oct Sat 18, 2008 6:02 pm

Awwww, I love the treehouse! I wanted to live in it when I was little and visited WDW. Swiss Family is one of my favorite moves. Plus, the view from the treehouse is gorgeous, especially at night! :D

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Post by js3901 » Oct Sat 18, 2008 9:22 pm

I agree on the views at night from the SFRT. even during the day they are good. I love the deatils the treehouse has (like the water lift). some great themeing there...
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Post by MetalRage » Oct Sat 18, 2008 9:42 pm

Carousel of Progress and Hall of Presidents. I hardly see people on these
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Post by cccmouse » Oct Sun 19, 2008 7:31 am

Hall of Presidents and the Liberty Square Riverboat at MK.

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Post by rknrlrcstr » Oct Sun 19, 2008 4:54 pm

One Man's Dream, even if you don't watch the movie seeing all the models and the timeline of Disney is cool.

And TTA...it's usually the first ride I hit at Magic Kingdom. It makes for a great warm up to the park and gets the "Disney Blood" flowing through my veins.
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Post by jenjolt » Feb Thu 26, 2009 12:27 pm

I think people miss out a lot on the Carousel of Progress and TTA!! They are both absolutely amazing rides that to me are park essentials!! I also have to agree with the above poster...I just love One Man's Dream and all it means to Disney WOrld.

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Post by Jacca5660 » Feb Thu 26, 2009 2:32 pm

The Great Movie ride. It one of those we don't go on every time we're at the parks.
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Post by danimal3114u » Feb Thu 26, 2009 3:20 pm

I too really miss the Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse. You'll still see the tracks pop up frequently in my requests. Another one that was overlooked by me for so many years was the Tiki Room. It's not in the proper "mandatory visit" section of any itinerary, but I never really used to go on it all that much. I think it is definitely something you enjoy more as you get older, as it's a great place to relax and people watch during the attraction.

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Post by elizabethswann » Feb Thu 26, 2009 5:37 pm

danimal3114u wrote:I too really miss the Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse.
I'm with you there. What I DO like about Tarzan's Treehouse is that at the end of the attraction, you hear the Swissapolka coming from a record player. I think those that really pay attention will hear it.

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Post by Mark86 » Feb Thu 26, 2009 6:20 pm

Journey Into Imagination- there is never a long line to that ride and I think it is great. For the past few years, I was able to walk right on.

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Post by parkfam4 » Mar Mon 02, 2009 9:44 am

Many people think the Monorail (in WDE) is not an attraction because it is so functional and outside the parks, but it is one of my top rides. Plus, it is a long ride, with little wait time and cost nothing to ride.

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Post by figmentaholic » Mar Mon 02, 2009 7:45 pm

I guess mine would be kind of obvious, but "Journey Into Imagination".

It is a very fun ride.. nothing exciting or heartstoping or anything, but it is whimsical and fun and it is all about creativity and imagination.

I guess you can also use the excuse that it is a nice way to get out of the heat into a nice sit down kind of long, air conditioned ride, and the wait is never more than 2 minutes- literally.

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Post by Soarin08 » Mar Tue 03, 2009 8:35 pm

Tie between TTA and CoP. LOVE both of those, but neither seem very popular. We overlooked both for years until our Christmas 2008 trip. Now these are two of my favorite attractions.

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Post by PopCentury2007 » Mar Mon 16, 2009 10:23 am

As many mentioned, I love the TTA along with One Man's Dream.

To finish out the other parks, I'd have to say Living with the Land, although its not overlooked, and does viewing the Gorillas for an hour at AK count?
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Post by domarino » Mar Wed 18, 2009 6:36 pm

I love the carousel of progress as well! It brings back memories of my first trip to the World when I was a kid!

I also thought Mr. Toads's Wild Ride and the cheesy but classic 20,000 Leagues were great. Why did they remove them? I was pretty bummed about that.

I watched the Gorillas at AK on my honeymoon for an hour while my wife shopped! lol


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