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    Best Disneyland Attraction Facade

    I think Indiana Jones Adventure has the best facade, the temple has so much detail and so much life. It makes me get a great sense of excitement and wonder whenever I see it.

    A facade is the the entrance to the attraction. What would you say is the best disneyland attraction facade?
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    I think it's The Haunted Mansion. I didn't know the actual ride was not inside the house until a few years ago when I read it on doombuggies.com, The Mansion is really amazing and the show building is very well hidden. I love the Indy Temple too, and altough the show building is also very well hidden, since it's so small (relatively) it never made me think that the whole atraction was inside there. I never thought the show building was so enormous, but never thought that It coudl fit inside the temple.

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    No brainer: Haunted Mansion.

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    indy, haunted mansion, and i love the outside of potc

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    Haunted Mansion....hands down!
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    If we're talking about everything you see before you go indoors, I would say Indy. However, if we're talking about what you see before you decide to get in line, The Haunted Mansion wins hands down. After all, its eerie look kept guests in suspense for six years.
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    Speaking of hidden show buildings...

    Oh I'd vote for Pirates. Basically that entire block of NOS is the Pirates show building, with shops hung on the outside to create the illusion that Pirate's show building doesn't exist (and yes, I know that most of Pirates is on the lower level, but still....).

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    Is the Indy ride itself that big building with all the plants and palm trees painted on it that you can see from outside the park?

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    Mission Space, Journey to the Center of the Earth, Haunted Mansion (Paris).
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    I haven't been to the other Parks yet But my Pick would be Mission to Mars, and Indiana Jones And The Temple of the Forbidden Eye.
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    Is the Indy ride itself that big building with all the plants and palm trees painted on it that you can see from outside the park?
    Yep.

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    my faves have always been HM, POTC and Big thunder railroad

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    Jungle Cruise and (gasp! I know, I know....) it's a small world.

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