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The Many Adventures
of Winnie the Pooh
UPDATE JUNE 15, 2012: A newly created character greeting location adjacent to The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh opened today. This new home for the "silly ol' bear" features characters from the Hundred Acre Wood. As a result, Pooh and friends will no longer greet guests near the Splash Mountain exit. Woody and Jessie, who had been at the upper Splash Mountain gate, have moved back down to the Splash exit area.
ole Pooh Bear and his pal Piglet take you on a gentle
journey through the Hundred Acre Wood. The Many Adventures
of Winnie the Pooh is located in Fantasyland, on the site
of the former Mr. Toad's Wild Ride.
Hop aboard your own 4 person Hunny Pot and join Pooh and his friends on a short adventure in search of the pot of hunny! A storm breaks out and the waters rise in Hundred Acre Woods. Owl, Baby Roo, Tigger, Eeyore, Kanga and Rabbit all join together to save Piglet from falling over Floody Place Falls.
This is a short ride with whimsical music that kids seem to love. You even get to hop along with Tigger!
Winnie the Pooh is a VERY popular attraction. FastPass is almost always a must here! One suggestion is to go get your FastPass when you are ready for breakfast or lunch and about the time you finish eating, it's time to ride.
Winnie the Pooh is part of the Magic Kingdom's Extra Magic Hour. On Sunday and Thursday the Magic Kingdom opens one hour earlier for Disney resort guests. AllEarsNet highly recommends Extra Magic Hour as a great way to see Fantasyland Attractions with little or no wait.
Persons in ECVs will need to transfer to a standard wheelchair.
There is a mild thunder storm scene so if your little one doesn't like thunder be prepared.
Winnie the Pooh and friends can be found in Ariels' Grotto, Toontown, and at the Character Meals at the Crystal Palace on Main Street.
Nearby snack shops include Mrs. Potts' Cupboard (ice cream, floats) and a little further away, the Enchanted Grove (slushes, strawberry swirls and juices).
When the attraction first opened, special Commemorative dated T-Shirts were sold to guests.
You can find Pooh merchandise just about anywhere at Walt Disney World.
This attraction opened in June 5, 1999 and replaced Mr. Toad's Wild Ride which closed September 1998. A mural exists in the Pooh ride showing Mr. Toad handing over the deed of the place to Owl.