Disney World Tips | 3 Least Favorite Attractions

By now everyone probably knows that I’m head-over-heels in love with Disney World and all its magical powers. I’ve got to admit that there are some things about Disney that I’m not so fond of. Nothing against you, Walt. Now, I am no where close to experiencing all rides and attractions that the Disney parks have to offer but out of the ones I have tried, these are by far my least favorite. I guess it’s a positive thing though that I can only think of three.

In order from the best of the worst to the worst of the worst… drumroll please!

3. THE GREAT MOVIE RIDE – Hollywood Studios >>

I’m honestly not sure why I have such a problem with this one. I can’t remember too much about it other than a long wait, boring movies, and a crazy pirate lady who kept yelling and I wasn’t sure if that was supposed to be part of the ride or not. Nonetheless, enough to turn me off of it for a good while.

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2. IT’S TOUGH TO BE A BUG – Animal Kingdom >>

A creepy crawly bug-eyed adventure. A CREEPY CRAWLY BUG-EYED ADVENTURE. Why did I ever agree to go on this? The name enough should have turned me away. Bug-themed attractions should not be interactive. Ever.

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1. STITCH’S GREAT ESCAPE – Magic Kingdom >>

This one honestly just baffles me. Lilo & Stitch is cute, and I heard good things about this ride that convinced me to go on it. It was one of the worst experiences of my life. Maybe I’m being dramatic. The seat pushes so hard on your neck and shoulders that you feel like you’re suffocating, and the smell of Stitch’s barfed-up burrito is enough to make you sick for the rest of the day. Just awful.

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Let me know if you agree!

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x Alex

Disney World Tips | 5 Favorite Magic Kingdom Rides

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It’s time to continue with my Disney World series! Today I’ll be talking about my top five favorite, can’t-miss rides that are in the Magic Kingdom, which took me forever to narrow down. What’s your favorite ride? Let me know in the comments – pretty please!

F I V E

Jungle Cruise (Adventureland)

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The puns are what make this attraction great. The first time I went on this ride I just thought our tour guide was abnormally quick-witted and clever.

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It’s a Small World (Fantasyland)

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A classic. No trip to Disney is complete without going on this ride. Maybe go on it near the end though so you aren’t stuck humming the song all day.

T H R E E

Space Mountain (Tomorrowland)

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When I rode this in September I (accidentally) got the front row! The fast takeoff, the stars in the complete darkness, it’s amazing.

T W O

Seven Dwarfs Mine Train (Fantasyland)

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A newer ride at Disney World. Thank goodness there were built-in games to play in line because it was a long queue. Why did I say queue? But the ride was adorable so the wait was worth it.

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Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin (Tomorrowland)

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I’m surprised at myself for putting this as #1, but I love it. Four people can fit to a car and you compete for a high score by twisting and turning and trying to shoot as many toy targets as you can before the ride ends.

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x Alex