Memory 027 – Fantasyland Dark Rides

Now, this weeks Memory was requested by Chris. This is the same Chris that requested Fantasmic, back on Memory 23. He wrote:

do you have any plans of doing any of the other dark rides? Maybe a show dedicated to all of the Magic Kingdom’s dark rides… 

Well Chris, here you go. Today we’re going to visit the three remaining dark rides in the Magic Kingdom, just because they’re all so short.

We’ll start with The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. We’ll jump into this memory on a beautiful sunny day in December 2006. We find ourselves standing in a short line, just about to board. When it’s our turn, we hop in the back of our car quickly, and we’re wisked off on an adventure through the pages of Winnie the Pooh.

Next we’ll jump into a memory from a cool evening on a day trip in January 2007. As we enter this memory, we find ourselves in line for Snow White’s Scary Adventures. Again, the line is quick as everyone is staking out spots for the upcoming fireworks. Then it’s our turn, we hop in the back seat again of our mine car and we’re off on an Adventure as Snow White.

Finally, we’ll end this show with a return to a memory from December 2006. It’s a cool evening, and the line has shrunk enough that we’re going to catch a ride on Peter Pan. We jump into this memory as we’re nearing the front of the line and about to board. As we climb into our ship, the excitement builds as we’re about to ride my favorite dark ride. Then we’re off, out the window, and into the London night sky.

Published by WDW-Memories Lou

Lou the host of the WDW-Memories podcast and the owner of WDW-Memories is a podcast and blog, where fans of the Disney Parks can come and relive their Disney memories.

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