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    Re: Fantasyland better in the morning or at night?

    As others have said, to experience as many attractions as possible, go to the Fantasyland early in the morning. But for ambiance, revisit the land at night, and catch a ride on the carousel.

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    Re: Fantasyland better in the morning or at night?

    Something else to remember is that FL rides, like other darkrides, are often best seen at night when your eyes don't have to make a very big adjustment from the bright sunlight to the dark.

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    Re: Fantasyland better in the morning or at night?

    I've always found Fantasyland to be a place to see in the morning, when everything is pretty much visible. I get the same vibe with Mickey's Toontown.

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