Poll: best queue?

Which ride at WDW do you feel has the best queue area?


  • Total voters
    156

JustAFan

Well-Known Member
Original Poster
WDW has some very good queue areas. Some are staged well. Some include tremendous detail. Some have interactivity that help with the wait. This would include all areas you experience before actually riding the ride (i.e. the stretching room in Haunted Mansion). Which do you think is the best?

Updates:
MK: https://forums.wdwmagic.com/threads/poll-best-queue-in-magic-kingdom.962171/
Epcot: https://forums.wdwmagic.com/threads/poll-best-queue-in-epcot.962312/
AK: https://forums.wdwmagic.com/threads/poll-best-queue-in-animal-kingdom.962654/
HS: https://forums.wdwmagic.com/threads/poll-best-queue-in-hollywood-studios.962848/
 
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Stormyy

Well-Known Member
I’m probably one of the most odd ones, but I enjoy Space Mountain’s queue. No, it isn’t interactive or most “detailed” but to me it really does feel immersive in the way you feel like you’re walking through in some sort of space station tunnel. Then the loading stations as well feel like a port.
 

BoarderPhreak

Well-Known Member
I voted for the old timer; BTMRR. There's a lot to see - and do. Tons of little details (e.g. "Lytum & Hyde" dynamite) and interactive bits (e.g. canaries in the coal mine).

SM is fine, but really, most of it is just weaving around endlessly in the back.

7DMT is pretty cool though, as is Pooh.
 

Heppenheimer

Well-Known Member
Of the choices listed, I went with Big Thunder Mountain, mainly because I love the subtle little bits of dark humor scattered throughout.

But my favorite is not on the list- the Jungle Cruise. Back in the 80s, this was a painfully long and boring wait, but I love it once they added the Jungle Navigation Company elements, and particularly, the DBC radio broadcasts, both for the awesome upbeat 30 and 40s music, and the humorous PA announcements.
 

JustAFan

Well-Known Member
Original Poster
It was tough to narrow it down to a list of that size. I also love Space Mountain. The music is top notch. Parts of Flight of Passage is cool. Part of it is just winding through barriers. Maybe we should do a poll for best queue in each park. I personally gave Seven Dwarfs a slight edge over BTMR because of the interactivity.
 

Victor Kelly

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I departed from my usual votes in MK for Everest. I feel that it is over detailed whish is a compliment to the designers. From before you walk in and until you walk out of the gift shop it is detailed.

Sorry Haunted Mansion. But the queue ends when you walk in the double doors. That is the start of the attraction. The queue is just not as good as Everest. POTC has an excellent queue on the FP+ side.
 

JustAFan

Well-Known Member
Original Poster
I departed from my usual votes in MK for Everest. I feel that it is over detailed whish is a compliment to the designers. From before you walk in and until you walk out of the gift shop it is detailed.

Sorry Haunted Mansion. But the queue ends when you walk in the double doors. That is the start of the attraction. The queue is just not as good as Everest. POTC has an excellent queue on the FP+ side.
Everest is great too. It looks like quite a bit of effort went into research and acquiring items.
 

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