Matterhorn, of course. It's Walt's Classic.
Don't forget to pay homage to the window
above the firestation. As you probably know,
this is where Walt's apartment is.
In New Orleans Square, be sure to stop by
the door to the right of the Blue Bayou
restaurant. There is that "33" sign out front.
That's the entrance to Club 33.
In fact, as a 1st time visitor to DL, I would
definitely suggest getting your name on the
Walk in Walt's footsteps Tour ~ you MIGHT even
get to see the lobby of Club 33. And perhaps
a trip on the Lilly Belle.
Small World, is somewhat annoying, but you
will probably want to see the much larger, longer
version in DL.
Roger Rabbit's Car-Toon Spin in Toontown.
Of course, Pirates (much longer than WDW,
plus you get to "sail off the edge of the world
The new Nemo Subs, The new Pirates lair
on Tom Sawyer Island.
OH! BE SURE TO SEE DL's JUNGLE CRUISE!
Around Since opening day, but with some
special "additions" that were done just before
Indy of course, Tarzan Treehouse.
Big Thunder, Splash Mt (have to do them so
you can compare to the versions in WDW)
Oh! The Disney Gallery, located just above
the entrance to Pirates.
IF they still have the Phone calls with Stitch
inside Innoventions, that is a hoot!!! Be sure
to check outside with a cast member to see
when Stitch is available to visit. Not worth
going in, otherwise.
Mr Toad, Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland,
are the best Dark Ride in Fantasyland,
but you might as well do Snow and,
the Blue Fairy effect in Pinnochio is
Storybookland and Casey Jr.
Over at DCA The Animation Lobby is BEAUTIFUL.
Check the Sorcerers Workshop (Beast's Library,
And Monsters Inc is unique to DCA. You will
probably want to check Tower of Terror so you can
Plan on getting drenched to check out GRR,
And Soarin' is still special, even though Epcot
has it now, too.
All of these suggestions are great -- but don't forget the Tiki Room! The original show, and recently refurbed -- it's a ton of fun and a nice way to relax a little while touring the parks.
I think all of the ride suggestions previously listed are must do's, I just want to point out that you should also take the time to really check out New Orleans Square since WDW has no comparison. Also I think our Main Street USA is much quainter and better done, hasn't been entirely taken over by generic shops yet. Definitely check out Carnation Cafe, 50 Magical Years in the Opera House, Disneyana, the Fire House, and the Main Street Railroad Station.