This iconic ride is also unique because its pirate ship vehicles hang from the ceiling, swooping gently up, down, and around obstacles, while the scenes below are executed in forced perspective to make it feel like you’re high in the air. The effect is charming and—okay, I’ll say it—magical. This is the ride I loved most as a small child, a feeling that is by no means unique. The aerial view of Edwardian London is especially memorable, and it’s hard for tots not to feel a shimmy of excitement when they fly between the sails of a pirate ship. Strategy: The wait can be 2 hours and up, so considering it takes only 2 minutes and 45 seconds, I suggest hitting this one upon opening or arranging a Fastpass, otherwise you’ll suffer.
Magic Kingdom› Attraction
Peter Pan’s Flight
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