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News Peter Pan's Flight exterior refurbishment - 2021

DoleWhipDrea

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I doubt it would ever happen, but IMO the flow of the area could/would be greatly improved if PPF's entrance moved where this construction currently is.
Yes! I honestly get claustrophobic every time I’m in that area (even before COVID.)

Honestly with the FL makeover, the strangest thing IMHO was not moving away from the medieval and circus tent look. Just makes me miss Disneyland more.
 

Bocabear

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The bottleneck right there in Fantasyland is hard to address without MAJOR rebuild...Might be worth it in the long run though... Build a new PPF where the Circus tent Meet and Greet things are... New generation, new vehicles, like Shanghai just did...Remove the circus Train splash pad and create a new Neverland Experience...Pirate ship, a Tink meet and greet...the works.
Re purpose PPF to a smaller Tangled attraction... Then the big thing: Move IASW completely to EPCOT. In it's place there would be space for yet another new dark ride... Perhaps Pinocchio's Daring Journey...since it is right next to the Pinocchio Village Haus, ..The smaller footprint of that dark ride would allow them to push the facades back and create a larger Village Square... and Voila! Loss of one attraction (IASW), gain three (Tangled, Pinocchio, New Expanded PPF. No Bottleneck...Beautiful refreshed, spacious Fantasyland... One Caveat: They would HAVE to build a new IASW at EPCOT.
 

Fox&Hound

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The bottleneck right there in Fantasyland is hard to address without MAJOR rebuild...Might be worth it in the long run though... Build a new PPF where the Circus tent Meet and Greet things are... New generation, new vehicles, like Shanghai just did...Remove the circus Train splash pad and create a new Neverland Experience...Pirate ship, a Tink meet and greet...the works.
Re purpose PPF to a smaller Tangled attraction... Then the big thing: Move IASW completely to EPCOT. In it's place there would be space for yet another new dark ride... Perhaps Pinocchio's Daring Journey...since it is right next to the Pinocchio Village Haus, ..The smaller footprint of that dark ride would allow them to push the facades back and create a larger Village Square... and Voila! Loss of one attraction (IASW), gain three (Tangled, Pinocchio, New Expanded PPF. No Bottleneck...Beautiful refreshed, spacious Fantasyland... One Caveat: They would HAVE to build a new IASW at EPCOT.
Can I like this a million times?
 

cookiee_munster

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The bottleneck right there in Fantasyland is hard to address without MAJOR rebuild...Might be worth it in the long run though... Build a new PPF where the Circus tent Meet and Greet things are... New generation, new vehicles, like Shanghai just did...Remove the circus Train splash pad and create a new Neverland Experience...Pirate ship, a Tink meet and greet...the works.
Re purpose PPF to a smaller Tangled attraction... Then the big thing: Move IASW completely to EPCOT. In it's place there would be space for yet another new dark ride... Perhaps Pinocchio's Daring Journey...since it is right next to the Pinocchio Village Haus, ..The smaller footprint of that dark ride would allow them to push the facades back and create a larger Village Square... and Voila! Loss of one attraction (IASW), gain three (Tangled, Pinocchio, New Expanded PPF. No Bottleneck...Beautiful refreshed, spacious Fantasyland... One Caveat: They would HAVE to build a new IASW at EPCOT.
yes, Yes, YES!
 

RSoxNo1

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The bottleneck right there in Fantasyland is hard to address without MAJOR rebuild...Might be worth it in the long run though... Build a new PPF where the Circus tent Meet and Greet things are... New generation, new vehicles, like Shanghai just did...Remove the circus Train splash pad and create a new Neverland Experience...Pirate ship, a Tink meet and greet...the works.
Re purpose PPF to a smaller Tangled attraction... Then the big thing: Move IASW completely to EPCOT. In it's place there would be space for yet another new dark ride... Perhaps Pinocchio's Daring Journey...since it is right next to the Pinocchio Village Haus, ..The smaller footprint of that dark ride would allow them to push the facades back and create a larger Village Square... and Voila! Loss of one attraction (IASW), gain three (Tangled, Pinocchio, New Expanded PPF. No Bottleneck...Beautiful refreshed, spacious Fantasyland... One Caveat: They would HAVE to build a new IASW at EPCOT.
You rang?

Moving IASW would allow for a lot more than just Pinocchio Daring Journey.
 

N2dru

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The bottleneck right there in Fantasyland is hard to address without MAJOR rebuild...Might be worth it in the long run though... Build a new PPF where the Circus tent Meet and Greet things are... New generation, new vehicles, like Shanghai just did...Remove the circus Train splash pad and create a new Neverland Experience...Pirate ship, a Tink meet and greet...the works.
Re purpose PPF to a smaller Tangled attraction... Then the big thing: Move IASW completely to EPCOT. In it's place there would be space for yet another new dark ride... Perhaps Pinocchio's Daring Journey...since it is right next to the Pinocchio Village Haus, ..The smaller footprint of that dark ride would allow them to push the facades back and create a larger Village Square... and Voila! Loss of one attraction (IASW), gain three (Tangled, Pinocchio, New Expanded PPF. No Bottleneck...Beautiful refreshed, spacious Fantasyland... One Caveat: They would HAVE to build a new IASW at EPCOT.
I like your ideas, however IASW to me is a castle park attraction. Similar to Space Mountain, POTC or HM. Guests have come to expect and closely associate these attractions with the castle parks. I know I do. True, on paper IASW could work at Epcot but I feel its so ingrained in the guest's Disney psyche that it's placement anywhere but Fantasyland wouldn't connect and feel out of place. imo.
 
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yensidtlaw1969

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In the Parks
No
100% agree. Paris wins hands-down. The biggest problem with recreating it here would be the width of the walkways - far too narrow for an American audience.
The pathways are narrower at Disneyland in California - but I agree with you that Paris is stunning.

If Disneyland is a wine meant to be sipped and savored, Disneyland Paris is, fittingly, Champagne.

WDW is closer to Box Wine - not the premium product but it'll mostly get you where you're going.
 

wdwmagic

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