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    Re: Peter Pan's Flight

    A lot of the "magic" at Disneyland is manifested in the Peter Pan ride...if you've NEVER been on - you gotta....for me, it wouldn't be a complete DLAND adventure without enjoying the thrill of PP.

    As someone already noted, there's a REASON the lines for this dark ride are consistently long - IT'S FUN!

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    Theres nothing like riding threw a starfield and flying over London. It makes me exciting. And its 1 of my favorite Disney movies. Lines can be long but its worth it even if its really really short.

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    I always ride Dumbo first. Then, it's Peter Pan. Most people do this in reverse.
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    Re: Peter Pan's Flight

    hahha here is our plan:

    Rope drop sprint and get space mountain fastpasses

    Sprint to peter pan... push over all little children in our way j/k.

    Run to the Matterhorn..

    then we can start walking

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    For ME, this IS a must ride. I love it. I think it's the flying aspect of it and that I love Peter Pan in general. I think it's a darling ride. We never miss it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yackerz View Post
    hahha here is our plan:

    Rope drop sprint and get space mountain fastpasses

    Sprint to peter pan... push over all little children in our way j/k.

    Run to the Matterhorn..

    then we can start walking
    That sounds like a pretty good plan to me.

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    Re: Peter Pan's Flight

    The fact that you are flying over the scenes gives Peter Pan a magical feel unlike any other dark ride. Here are a few pix of the flight over London, taken my brother earlier this year:



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    Yeah Peter Pan is one of the better dark rides and is unique compared to the other rides because you are actually suspended in the air flying around. I just wish it were a little longer. It's really a short ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PretzelSouls View Post
    If you ask me, it's not a necessary ride if it's a busy day. The line gets super long, I consider super long 45 minutes.

    At Disneyland you must go on: Space Mountain, Splash Mountain, Thunder Mountain, the Matterhorn.

    DCA: You must go on Soarin' and Grizzly River Rafting. If you like rollercoasters, go on the Screamin'. But I suggest you stay away from Muholand Madness, it's pretty jerky.

    It really depends on how often you get to Disneyland. For those who go often, Peter Pan can be put off until another visit when the lines may be shorter. If you go there RARELY, then yes it IS a must see.

    As for the other recommended attractions, it depends on what type of rides you really like. I usually only hit one coaster at DL per visit. In DCA, I've only ridden Screamin' once, Soarin' twice (just not as involving as I would have expected from Disney), Mulholland Madness once (and that was once to many) and haven't ridden Grizzly Rapids yet.

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    I've been going to DLR since I was a kid but never did PPF until last month because there's always a line. This time we decided to wait the 30 minutes and it really was worth it. It's a neat effect and really a different way to experience a ride.

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    While I really enjoy the Peter Pan ride, I can't call it a MUST. If the line is longer than 1/2 hour I won't wait for it.

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    An innate human desire to fly... that's what i blame the long line on. and I'm okay with it


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    Re: Peter Pan's Flight

    I am in love with Peter Pan's Flight, they should come out with more Peter Pan souveniers

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    Re: Peter Pan's Flight

    you know, it's always bothered me that there's a big ben with no parliament attached. it makes it look way too huge. i think there ought to be more london landmarks down there!


    the stars are my favorite part. it's so breathtaking; it blew my mind the first time i rode it.
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    Re: Peter Pan's Flight

    OK it is official I am going to rider Peter Pan's Night Flight First ride on my honeymoon!

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