10) the parking lot – Not really an attraction I realize, but I miss the old parking lot. There was this real sense of anticipation getting out of your car and seeing the Main Street Station several hundred yards away. Walking to the main gate and seeing it get closer and closer was one of the best feelings in the world. You lose some of that w/ the Mickey and Friends parking lot since there's no visual goal, and then to be dropped off the tram into the middle of a shopping mall (which is admittedly good for what it is) just doesn't give that same sense of going anywhere special, at least not like it used to.
9) Mission To Mars – I miss everything about the 2055 (1967) Tomorrowland.
8) Teddi Barra's Swingin Arcade – Before the Pooh stores, there used to be this room w/ all these mechanical arcade games w/ Country Bear Jamboree characters. They were crude looking and simple, but I loved that they made the games exclusively for the parks.
7) Country Bear Jamboree – I never thought this was a great show, but now that it's gone I really miss it.
6) Disney Gallery – I'm sure the new Dream Suite is fantastic, but seriously, when am I EVER going to get a chance to see it? I really miss the Gallery, its sense of history, and some of the unique merchandise.
5) Motor Boat Cruise – Not a great ride, but it is special to me because of a sentimental memory I have of my Dad there.
4) Circlevision 360 – I was lucky to catch "America the Beautiful" the final summer before it succumbed to the Rocket Rods queue.
3) America Sings – Doesn't fit in Tomorrowland as well as CoP, but as a kid I was absolutely dazzled by all the audio-animatronics.
2) Adventure Thru Inner Space – I’m not sure I even understood what this ride was about as a kid, but for some reason it was one of my favorite things from the 70’s.
1) Peoplemover - Another ride I'm not sure why I liked so much. Suffice it to say that I long for this one everytime I hear that 60's background lounge music online.
Honorable mention) the restroom-free lower level of the Hungry Bear Restaurant – OK, like the parking lot, not really an attraction obviously, but I miss the quietness of this little area, sitting w/ my parents and brother with the sun having just gone down, feeding the ducks an unhealthy diet of fries and popcorn. Since Splash Mountain moved in displacing the original restrooms to the restaurant, the lower level has become a high traffic area. Not to mention who wants to eat so close to a restroom anyway? Even though Splash is my all-time favorite Disney ride, a lot of charm was lost from this area of the park when the emphasis was taken off the Bears.