Opened in 1999 within the former home of Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is one of the newer classic Disney rides.
Based on the Winnie the Pooh books by AA Mine from the 1920’s, this attraction incorporates many or the characters from the original storylines. Walt Disney would definitely be proud of how this ride looks today.
Located in the Fantasyland section of the park, the fate of Winnie the Pooh was not entire certain when Fantasyland’s expansion was being designed. However, Disney Imagineers kept this attraction but reconfigured the queue line to resemble the Hundred Acre Wood.
The queue has a number of features that makes the wait time go by quickly including a playground with children’s games as well as excerpts and illustrations from the Winnie the Pooh stories.
Check out our full, on-ride POV video of the The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh at the Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom theme park.
This ride is about three minutes long and is located behind Cinderella’s Castle next to the Mad Tea Party ride and across from the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train.
The Amazing Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is suitable for all ages and there are no height restrictions. The four-person ride vehicle moves a fairly slow ride but it is a bit dark at times – however, it is still perfect for younger children.
FastPass+ is offered but not recommended for any of your first three selections unless of course you are visiting the Magic Kingdom to ride this attraction. Wait times will exceed 30 minutes on a typical summer day due to limited ride capacity as compared to the more modern attractions.
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