Underrated Walt Disney World attractions.

There are a lot of attractions, shows and things to do in any of the Walt Disney World parks that somethings can be missed or under appreciated. This can be because there are the bigger, new rides, the ages of people in your group, not having enough time or you just miss them. So I have made a list of some of the attraction you should really look out for and make time to do as they are little gems.

We are going to start in Magic Kingdom with a ride that opened in 1971 and that is Jungle   Cruise. This is a great ride for all ages. You bored a boat and travel though four continents taking a look at the animals and plants along to way. That may not sound fun to some of you but the extremely funny skippers that take you on this journey will make you change your mind. If you look at videos on Youtube you will find different videos with different skipper and they all have there own jokes and always get a laugh. I would highly recommend this ride for the skipper alone. The ride takes about 10 minutes and you can use your fastpass. There is no hight for this ride as it is a slow ride so it is great for the whole family and has great handicap accessibility. This ride can be found in Adventurland.

Stay in Magic Kingdom we are going to the other side of the park to Tomorrowland. This is Tomorrowland Transit Authority People Mover. This is a great attraction for when its hot or there is a lot of people around or want a sit down but actually seeing things. You enter a car and head of around the top of Tomorrowland. Along your journey you will pass windows overlooking Space Mountain and Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin.  A great thing about this ride is it’s pollution free, so no problems with global warming. The cars are magnetically pulled so there are no engines. You will very rarely find a line for this ride. It takes 10 minutes and anyone can go on it.

Sticking in Tomorrowland this is one of my favourite attractions in Magic Kingdom. This is Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress. This attraction was made way before Magic Kingdom. Walt developed this attraction to be part of the “progress land” exhibit for the 1964 New York World’s Fair. After the World’s Fair came to a close, this attraction was moved to Disneyland in Anaheim where it remained through 1973 then moved to Orlando. This attraction follows an American family as industrial advances over the past century.  I would totally recommend to see this is you love Walt disney to see one of his first attractions. The show is around 20 minutes and is rarely a line.

Moving to Epcot now and heading inside the Mexico Pavilion. Inside you will find Gran Fiesta tour starring the Three Caballeros. This is a ride similar to It’s a small world and Pirates of the Caribbean. Its a small boat ride where you travel round parts of Mexico while you try and find Donald Duck with the other two member of the Three Caballeros Panchito Pistoles and Jose Carioca. Its a fun slow ride and takes about and last about 8 minutes.

Staying in Epcot but going over to future world. Journey into the imagination with figment. I love this ride! You board a car and you’re on your way through a journey of your senses. It’s hosted by the lovable Figment (a character created from the saying “figment of your imagination”) and Dr. Nigel Channing, portrayed by Eric Idle of Monty Python fame. It has a really catchy song and a really good message to use your imagination. Its indoors so great to get out of the heat and there is never really a line. Please please please go on this ride it is a really forgot gem and it should not be. It takes about 11 minutes and you can use your fastpass but you never normally need to.

And thats it some little gems that I defiantly recommend anyone to do. These attractions need the love they should have.

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