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- Ticket FAQ
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AT A GLANCE...
- Ariel's Grotto
- Barnstormer with the Great Goofini
- Be Our Guest Restaurant
- Big Top Souvenirs
- Casey Jr. Splash 'N' Soak Station
- Dumbo the Flying Elephant
- Enchanted Tales with Belle
- Gaston's Tavern
- Pete's Silly Sideshow
- Princess Fairytale Hall
- Royal Majesty Makers
- Seven Dwarfs Mine Train
- Storybook Circus Giggle Gang
- Under the Sea - Journey of the Little
- Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique
- Cinderella Castle
- "it's a small world"
- Mad Tea Party
- Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
- Merida at Fairytale Garden
- Mickey's PhilharMagic
- Peter Pan's Flight
- Prince Charming Regal Carrousel
- Harmony Barber Shop
- Harmony Barber Shop Photo Gallery
- Town Square Theater
- Walt Disney World Railroad
- Enchanted Tiki Room
- Jungle Cruise
- Magic Carpets of Aladdin
- Pirates of the Caribbean
- Pirates League
- Swiss Family Treehouse
- Tinker Bell's Magical Nook
- Buzz Lightyear Space Ranger Spin
- Carousel of Progress
- Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor
- Space Mountain
- Stitch's Great Escape
- Tomorrowland Speedway
- Tomorrowland Transit
- A Pirate's Adventure: Treasure of the Seven Seas
- Captain Jack's Pirate Tutorial
- Celebrate the Magic
- Disney Festival of Fantasy Parade
- Dream along with Mickey
- Electrical Water Pageant
- Frontierland Hoedown
- Main Street Electrical Parade
- Main Street Trolley Show
- Move It! Shake It! Celebrate It!
- Opening Show
- Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom
- Favorite Viewing Locations for the Fireworks!
- Carousel of Progress Photo Gallery
- Disneyland vs Magic Kingdom 1
- Disneyland vs Magic Kingdom 2
- Fantasyland Old and New
- Hats of the Magic Kingdom Photo Tour
- Haunted Mansion Attic
- Magic Kingdom vs Disneyland
- Main Street USA: Then and Now
- Parade Grand Marshals
- Tomorrowland Transit Authority
- Where Does the Music Come From
OTHER WALT DISNEY WORLD THEME PARKS
OTHER DISNEY THEME PARKS
Peter Pan's Flight
-- You can fly, You can fly, You can fly! Revisit Disney's animated classic Peter Pan in this all-too-brief journey to Never Land! Peter Pan's Flight is located in Fantasyland, across the way from "it's a small world."
Peter Pan's Flight -- As you wind your way through the exterior (but covered) queue, you will watch folks loading onto their pirate galleon, suspended from the ceiling. Once aboard, Tinker Bell will sprinkle pixie dust your way and you swoop high above London in the moonlight -- right into the animated movie Peter Pan! For two minutes and 45 seconds you'll glide through the skies in the dark, cleverly illuminated by the Disney Imagineers with black lights and fiber optics.
You'll revisit scenes like Old London Town, Big Ben, Never Land, Mermaid Lagoon, and Skull Rock. As you listen to music from the movie, you'll watch the story unfold below. Of course, Captain Hook and Mr. Smee are around... as well as the ever-present ticking Crocodile, still hungry for another taste of the pirate captain!
Peter Pan is one of the most popular attractions at the Magic Kingdom. The line moves slowly, and forms quickly early in the day. Use FASTPASS if you can, so you don't have to wait too long! Otherwise try to visit this attraction first thing in the morning or during parade times when the lines may be shorter.
Peter Pan's Flight is also open early during the Magic Kingdom's Extra Magic Hour days. This early time for resort guests, before the park opens to the general public, is a good time to ride.
Though not threatening or scary, the ride is in the dark.
Something to look for: As your ship enters the nursery you might notice the building blocks stacked on the floor (a group is by Wendy's bed, another by the window as you exit). If you look closely, you'll see that these blocks spell "P Pan" and "DISNEY."
Peter Pan's Flight is not wheelchair/ECV accessible and you will have to transfer from the wheelchair to the ride vehicle. This is the one ride belt in all of the Magic Kingdom that won't come to a halt for your board.
Children (or adults) who have a fear of the dark may have a problem with this ride, as it is almost totally in the dark.
Disney Characters are typically not found in the vicinity of Peter Pan. If you'd like to catch Mr. Smee and Captain Hook, you can usually find them in Adventureland near Pirates. If you're looking for Peter Pan, you'll spy him in the daily "Share a Dream Come True" parade.
Check your daily Times Guide for times and locations of other Meet and Greet opportunities.
The closest spot to grab a bite is either the Columbia Harbor House (walk toward Liberty Square) or the Pinocchio Village House (walk toward Cinderella Carrousel).
are not any shops specifically associated with Peter Pan's Flight,
however you will be able to find Peter Pan and Tinker Bell merchandise
in Tinker Bell's Treasures, located behind the Castle.
Disney's 1953 film, Peter Pan's Flight opened with Magic Kingdom
on October 3, 1971.
An earlier version first opened in Disneyland on July 17, 1955.
Both Tokyo Disneyland (1983) and Disneyland Paris (1992)
also have Peter Pan's Flight.
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