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    Re: Peter Pan Ride

    It fills up at park open and stays crowded until park close. If you want to ride it with no waiting, get there at rope drop and make a bee line to it. We walked on last month by doing this, but that's an awful lot of trouble for just 1 ride. We blew out Fantasyland in the first half hour. But I swear 10 mins after rope drop it filled up and stayed full ALLLLL day.
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    Re: Peter Pan Ride

    Yes, this line is ALWAYS crowded!! But the ride is cool... You know, I think that the bigger boats that allow 4 people to ride actually help in moving the line along faster. Last time I rode, the line was the traditional long line but it kept moving along nicely instead of the usual standing in one place for so long... (which can be maddening!!)

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    Re: Peter Pan Ride

    Very Low Per Hour Ride Capacity
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    Every Adult wants to ride it
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    Every Child wants to ride it AGAIN
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    Very Long Wait Time
    "I've got the heart of a child..." - I keep it in a box, next to my bed...

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    Re: Peter Pan Ride

    I'd ride it more if there weren't so many rotten people in the way. Typically the other three get my love because I can't talk the misses into waiting that long for peter.
    Flying into neverland just make you feel all warm and fuzzy like your a little kid again. All the classic dark rides do that for me but I do think Peter does it best.

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    Re: Peter Pan Ride

    Quote Originally Posted by Lolo View Post
    Yes, this line is ALWAYS crowded!! But the ride is cool... You know, I think that the bigger boats that allow 4 people to ride actually help in moving the line along faster. Last time I rode, the line was the traditional long line but it kept moving along nicely instead of the usual standing in one place for so long... (which can be maddening!!)
    Have they switched over to bigger 4-person boats?? I hope so. That would be GREAT!

    I heard the latest refurb was supposed to put in slightly wider boats. Can these boats handle four people now?
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    Re: Peter Pan Ride

    Quote Originally Posted by Darth Mickey View Post
    Have they switched over to bigger 4-person boats?? I hope so. That would be GREAT!

    I heard the latest refurb was supposed to put in slightly wider boats. Can these boats handle four people now?
    4 Children, but certainly not 4 adults. Maybe 2 "modern" adults and a child.


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    Quote Originally Posted by k_peek_2000 View Post
    4 Children, but certainly not 4 adults. Maybe 2 "modern" adults and a child.
    Ahhhhh gotcha. Thanks. I would have been surprised if a change that significant came down the pike without it being widly discussed on here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WestsideCM99 View Post
    That was you I saw on the ride operator's tv screen wasn't it?
    Yes....
    My adventures in Wonderland began when I followed the White Rabbit down the rabbit hole. All of the sudden--I fell! Down... down... down...

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    Re: Peter Pan Ride

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    Yes....
    Pics or it didn't happen! j/k We can't open that can of worms.
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    Re: Peter Pan Ride

    That ride is always so crowded because the inside is absolutely beautiful. They did an amazing job with the creation of that ride and is by fay better than any other ride in Fantasyland, in my opinion. (:

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    Re: Peter Pan Ride

    with the popularity of tink being what it is..thats a factor right there,the ride now has bigger boats so that helps a little bit not much. as to the ride it self..the whole flying over the city thing is awesome.. the rest of it is just ok in my opinion, the other fantasy land dark rides are better in this order to me..snow white, mr toad,alice, pinochio, pan. i dont know why i m not a pan fan i guess i like my dark rides...well....scarier then most....

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    Re: Peter Pan Ride

    Haven't been to DL in a loooong time but I'm at MK in WDW a lot and it's always long (which is great if you love the polka music coming from Pinocchio's Village Haus). Average wait this time of year is 45-50 minutes. If you don't ride it in the first 45 minutes after rope drop, you're going to have to waste a FP on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darth Mickey View Post
    Pics or it didn't happen! j/k We can't open that can of worms.
    Awwwwww xD
    My adventures in Wonderland began when I followed the White Rabbit down the rabbit hole. All of the sudden--I fell! Down... down... down...

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    Re: Peter Pan Ride

    I must be going at the wrong times EVERY ATTRACTION in Fantasylad is always crowded! It's never just a walk up for me!

    Oh, and to answer the Peter Pan attraction, its because it's the BESTEST one in Fantasyland!!! I love that ride!!!

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    Re: Peter Pan Ride

    Pretty much everyone loves the story of Peter Pan, and the fact that you get to "fly" in a pirate ship doesn't hurt

    My only complaint that for how long one has to wait for that ride, it's way too short.

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