I’d agree with this at Disneyland Park, possibly the nicest lookng castle park. Dont miss the walkthrough attractions like the nautilus and dragons lair. Small world is a different art design, casey jnr is a kiddie coaster and actually a lot of fun and storeybook land has different IP
I know nothing about any rumours but i think this could be a good idea and fit for Hong Kong. It fits with its plans to be Asia marvel hub and is far enough removed from California for the ride to be marketed locally
Exactly the same as you. Summer 1989 first ever trip outside the UK. We arrived in a thunderstorm and the next day headed from our hotel on international drive to magic kingdom. Standing on the bus my dad taped my shoulder and said look over there and i got my first view of spaceship earth. My...
Actually I think Paris would be a good place for a boutique third park. An expanded galaxy’s edge/ hotel boutique experience would be an interesting concept and Paris would probably be the best resort to try something like this IMO.
The issue isnt using IP its in how it is used.
IMO any attraction using IP should be able to be enjoyed if you aren’t familiar with the existing IP. Something like splash mountain or indy works well as a ride and you dont need to have seen song of the south to enjoy it. Several of the classic...
If the whole of the magic Kingdom can be built above a tunnel system with entry at water level from the ferryboat dock then im sure you have a train line without level crossings if it was designed right
I could see this happening- with Pan in Disneysea combine the two and make a new bigger ride. Id love to see a larger snow white, a TDL take on Alice or maybe something completely different like a sleeping beauty ride
If you take it for what it is it is actually a fun little ride and an interesting rework of a classic Disneyland original. I think it was also they rollercoaster with a synchronised soundtrack so,it was kind of a stepping stone to space mountain in Paris