I'll start this by saying my Mom is moving, and while the majority of my stuff has been moved out, there is always that one box that is tucked away somewhere and just sort of appears when they are about to move out. So she called, I went over, and went through a couple of my old boxes. One thing in there was a statue of the three gargoyles from Hunchback. I have NO CLUE what their names are, but the porcelain statue made me smile, and made me think. I've always been fascinated by the movement of clocks. So for gargoyle lovers, and clock lovers, this is for you.
The Fantasyland Skyway Station has been dormant for many years. I'm not sure why, but it has always reminded me of a bell tower. So my thought is this. Rip out the giant wagon souvenir stand, and use that entire real estate, literally all the undeveloped area from that up through the station, for a new dark ride centered on the gargoyles from Hunchback. The ride system could easily be designed in a similar manner to Alice, with multiple levels as you progress up, and down the hill through this combination bell and clock tower. It would take you from the bottom up, and then back down. Through the entire tower, in and out of the giant bells and the various gears that make everything work. Your "guides" would be the gargoyles, but in honesty it would be based on an experience and not rely on a movie tie in... in a way similar to King Aurthur's Carousel.
The reason I chose a dark ride is to allow all audiences a ride. I would hate for little ones to not be able to go on. My initial choice would have been Wild Mouse, but I do not believe in a height check in Fantasyland.