TOP 10 BEST RIDES AT WALT DISNEY WORLD
Have you ever thought which Walt Disney World Rides are the best?
Here is a great video with the Top 10 Best Rides at Walt Disney World.
Now, the best doesn’t necessarily mean the fastest or the most thrilling, sometimes the slowest rides encompass the true Disney Experience.
What sets a lot of Disney rides apart from rides at other theme parks is their ability to tell a story immersing you into a brand new world.
Now imagine you are going to visit all four theme parks in one day Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Magic Kingdom, it’s tough to do but it’s possible.
You only have so much time in a day which means that only so many rides you can actually go on.
You’d probably choose the best rides if you could, right ?
So today, we’re going to be counting down the
Top 10 Best Rides at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida
Remember how we said that sometimes the slowest rides encompass the true Disney experience?
Well, the Tomorrowland Transit Authority PeopleMover falls into this category, and although it only tops speeds of 7 miles per hour, nothing screams classic Disney like the PeopleMover.
It’s one of the longer rides at Magic Kingdom with a ride time of just under 10 minutes.
The lines’ usually pretty short and not only does it take you through the other attractions and offers great views of Tomorrowland, you also get some pretty amazing views of the hub and castle as well.
This grand circle tour of Tomorrowland is unique and still has a lot of its original charm that it had when it opened in 1975.
Anyone regardless of age and height can enjoy the PeopleMover, it might just be the most iconic ride in Tomorrowland, especially seeing how its still operational and Disneyland’s is now abandoned and extinct.
Using audio animatronics to tell a story is another ride element that encompasses the Disney experience, and what a better example of this than Spaceship Earth at Epcot.
Sure, it’s another slow moving omnimover ride, but with a ride time of just over 16 minutes, this makes it the longest ride on the list.
Although Spaceship Earth has seen some changes since it first opened in 1982, it still is a perfect example of the traditional way of Disney storytelling.
From the on board narration by Judi Dench, to the score and the intricate scenes with all the animatronics, you’re drawn into each scene as you watch the evolution of communication technology come to life right before your eyes.
It’s amazing how realistic some of the animatronics are, especially the sleeping monk. He’s one of my favourites for sure.
Disney’s ability to use physical sets and animatronics to tell a story always makes for a captivating ride and the fact that it all fits in this geodesic sphere is even more amazing!
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