I never visit "lands" for their theme, I go for the rides, but "a bug's land" is different. The Flik's Fun Fair rides are uninteresting (to me) but the design of the land blows me away. I'm almost six feet tall and *I* feel like a bug. I walk around staring up at the clover and feeling like the Incredible Shrinking Man (it's a wonder I haven't run in to anyone).
It's also the home of It's Tough to Be a Bug, which I call either "When Movies Attack" or "The William Castle Memorial Theater." Great stuff. I think the Hopper animatronic is the best in either park.
^agreed, although the land doesn't really mesh well with the theme park as a whole, it's a beautifully designed land. I think they should put some form of connection with the land and California. Maybe bring back the farming connection or have an exhibit with insects native to California.
i love the details of bug's land and though it used to be a weird transition area from pixar to what i call "real-life lands," i think the addition of carsland makes it fit in nicely. i love the "it's tough to be a bug" show.
Happy B-Day Bugs Land. Now Go Away
a nicely themed walkway! Happy Birthday!
Happy Birthday "A Bugs Land". Your'e not quite the "Honey I Shrunk the Kids Movie Set Adventure" but at least you have rides for the kiddies!
Happy Birthday....I hope by 8 more your gone..so there is something there I can care about
So when are they gonna bring to California Adventure: WALL-E Land, Up Land, Brave Land, Ratatouille Land, and Incredibles Land?