View Poll Results: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

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  • Main Street, U.S.A.

    3 4.17%
  • Tomorrowland

    8 11.11%
  • Fantasyland

    8 11.11%
  • Mickey's ToonTown

    7 9.72%
  • Frontierland/Pirate's Lair At Tom Sawyer's Island

    37 51.39%
  • New Orleans Square

    0 0%
  • Adventureland

    1 1.39%
  • Critter Country

    4 5.56%
  • Other - Create A Totally Brand New Land!

    4 5.56%
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    Question Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    So, now with Finding Nemo: Submarine Voyage having opened which Land in Disneyland should get the next big "E-Ticket" attraction?

    For me it's hands down Frontierland. It's so sad seeing the big Festival area going untouched.

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    Frontierland. And get rid of that "Frontierland/Pirate's Lair" hybrid. That...thing...is one of the reasons FtL deserves the next big attraction.

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    Wait,


    There's a Frontierland?


    Never would have guess it was there....




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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    I went with toontown. It was between that one and frontierland but I think Toontown needs it more since it really needs something BIG.

    Now, I'll turn that little mouse's dream into a nightmare Fantasmic!

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    Frontierland.

    Not sure why you grouped Pirates Lair in with Frontierland though. They have nothing to do with each other.

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    Quote Originally Posted by HBG2 View Post
    Frontierland. And get rid of that "Frontierland/Pirate's Lair" hybrid. That...thing...is one of the reasons FtL deserves the next big attraction.
    AYE!!

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    Quote Originally Posted by mycroft16 View Post
    Frontierland.

    Not sure why you grouped Pirates Lair in with Frontierland though. They have nothing to do with each other.
    AYE!!

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    Tie between Tomorrowland and Frontierland (Big Thunder Ranch area could become Journey to the center of the earth or Discovery Bay)

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    I was debating about toontown as well....


    I think mostly people go there for the Roger Rabbit ride then leave....


    wait thats just me
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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    Quote Originally Posted by mycroft16 View Post
    Frontierland.

    Not sure why you grouped Pirates Lair in with Frontierland though. They have nothing to do with each other.
    Because isn't "Pirate's Lair" still part of Frontierland? I haven't been to the park since it opened, but I didn't think they made it its very own land? Correct me if I'm wrong.

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    Quote Originally Posted by JosephTNielsen View Post
    For me it's hands down Frontierland. It's so sad seeing the big Festival area going untouched.
    That's the thing - it doesn't go untouched. Disney uses that place for events, conventions, and the like. I bet disney would be hesitant to tear down such an easily exploitable location.
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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    What I want to see first is Fantasyland get a E-Ticket dark ride/ thrill ride combo (something in the vein of IAJ) themed to Sleeping Beauty. Alot of great stuff can be done with Maleficent and her dragon form. This could be fitted in by using parts or all of Big Thunder Ranch and/or the old Skyway Station area.

    There is no room in Main Street and Adventureland for an E-Ticket to my knowledge. Maybe they could remove Trazan's Treehouse and fit in an E-Ticket there, with a show building that will be between the IAJ and POTC show buildings. Tomorrowland is in serious need of fixing, but an E-Ticket is not required for that at this time. Toon Town needs another C or D Ticket dark ride, around Gadget's Go Coaster would be a good place for it. New Orleans Square is my favorite land, but it doesn't really need another E-Ticket at this time. In Critter Country, get rid of the current Pooh ride, the Country Bears should come back and the Tokyo Pooh ride should also be built. Frontierland need to be more than BTM and the Mark Twain, a new E-Ticket would help this land alot.

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    I say Tomorrowland.

    Burn down Star Tours and Honey and bring some excitment back to TL.

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    Like others have said -- Frontierland, but not Tom Sawyer Island. It would be great if you could split that out in the survey.

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    Re: Which Land In Disneyland Should Get The Next Big "E-Ticket" Attraction?

    Either CC or Frontierland. They should make a rail roller coaster that can go around rivers of America or around the island. Call it the River Railer or River Driver or something. Yeah I admit, the name might need a lil work, and as long as it doesn't interfere with the Columbia or Steamboat, it can happen there.

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