I would go
DCA #2 (this is of course if I like Little Mermaid and Carsland)
#3 is Epcot, would be #2 but Carsland and Mermaid have me pretty excited about DCA plus all the other rumored rides
#4 the Magic Kingdom - Disneyland but with bigger pathways, they have some great rides but they also have Stitch and Milf soooo yeah
AND # 5 Disney Hollywood Studios, The Indy show is great, love Tot and Rocking Rollercoaster and the Mermaid show but is held back by being too small and not having enough rides and shows, compared to the other parks,
1. Tokyo DisneySea
2. Disneyland California
3. Tokyo Disneyland
4. Disneyland Paris
5. Disney's Hollywood Studios
Even though I've only been to #2 and #5.
Originally Posted by williamtheking
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I have seen Tokyo Sea's and Disneyland n Tokyo but can you say its your favorite if you have not gone??? You can say you think it looks better but until you go its only pictures or video not being there and going in the park.
I am just going to go with ones I have been to, but here they are.
5. Disney's California Adventure
May be a tie with the Disney-MGM Studios, but at this particular moment I'd pick the dismissed second gate over the confused third gate. I prefer the ride portion of the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and I consider California Screamin's time contradiction less grievous than Rock 'N Rollercoaster's.
4. EPCOT Center
The epic scale of this project still shines through the years of effort to strip EPCOT Center of its meaning and place. Its name no longer means anything, I know what EPCOT is, but what's an Epcot?
3. Disney's Animal Kingdom
The park is chock full of total immersion. Full of rich, appropriate details and things to find everywhere. Take your time to explore, see more than just the rides, and you will be there all day.
2. Disneyland Paris
An exquisite Magic Kingdom that is more than just a bigger Disneyland. It has its own personality and the attention to detail in its construction pushes it beyond.
What can I say, its the park I grew up with and I still consider it to be my home park. The park is still full of charm and the way that it is layered by force of size is something I do not think can be truly replicated elsewhere.
I think I've seen this thread before....or something familiar...hmmm....lol
I think your right
Also going off what I've been to (sorry, have to go with that is current...can't comment on future projects until I see and experience it)
1 - DL - CA (of course..it's the original...but not the only reason #1)
2 - Animal Kingdom
3 or 4 - Magic Kingdom (FL) (can't decide what order)
4 or 3 - Epcot (can't decide what order)
5 - DCA (I think it is a tad better than (what was, when I went) the Disney MGM studio)
I like Knotts...I just have to put it below 5 due to the restroom not being clean (that's a huge factor for me). I also don't care so much for the park layout.
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Likewise, I'm only ranking the parks I've been to: the ones in the US.
1) Disneyland - a ton of attractions, including most of my very favorites. Wonderful upkeep, and great details and little diversions.
2) The Magic Kingdom - While not quite up to the quality of its predecessor, still includes a great selection of attractions and a grand castle. If I can't go to DL, I'll take the next park with a Haunted Mansion, Jungle Cruise, Pirates, and Small World. Oh, and a Peoplemover and Carousel of Progress are nice too.
3) Disney's Hollywood Studios - I know, I know. An extremely troubled park that desperately needs additional attractions. Still, the small handful or really great attractions it has, plus Streetmosphere, plus the 50s Prime Time Cafe, plus the inherent appeal of the theme, makes this place a personal favorite of mine.
4) Animal Kingdom - phenomenal, detailed themeing. Replace the half-themed eyesore known as Dinoland with a land worthy of the rest of the park, add a couple more attractions, and fix that Yeti and this could move up a spot.
5) EPCOT - I know I'm in the minority, but a lot of Epcot is a little dry or dated for my taste (Journey into Your Imagination and Ellen's Energy Adventure are embarrassing). World Showcase is great, though, and a very different feel than the other parks.
So... no DCA on my list. Maybe Carsland and Mermaid will make a huge difference, but I'm going to have to wait and see on that. World of Color wasn't enough to move it up the list for me.
2 Tokyo DisneySea
3 Epcot (3,4 and 5 are very close)
4 The Magic Kingdom
5 Animal Kingdom
6 DCA (likely to move up but I don't know yet)
7 DHS (suffers from a lack of attractions)
*Tokyo DisneySea is helped because I've looked into it so much while other the other non-US parks remain largely unknown. It is unknown where I would fit the other Magic Kingdom Style parks into this list but I know they would be under Epcot.