What will be the next change in an attraction?

What attraction do you think is most likely to change at WDW?

  • American Adventure

    Votes: 5 4.8%
  • Country Bear Jamboree

    Votes: 19 18.1%
  • Carousel of Progress

    Votes: 5 4.8%
  • Jungle Cruise

    Votes: 38 36.2%
  • Hall of Presidents

    Votes: 21 20.0%
  • Haunted Mansion

    Votes: 6 5.7%
  • Pirates of the Caribbean (again)

    Votes: 4 3.8%
  • The Enchanted Tiki Room

    Votes: 1 1.0%
  • Other (post below)

    Votes: 5 4.8%
  • Tom Sawyer Island

    Votes: 1 1.0%

  • Total voters
    105

imagineer97

Active Member
Original Poster
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No
After Splash Mountain, what's next? Vote in the poll and post specifically what you think will change about the attraction.
 

Theme vision 1955

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After Splash Mountain, what's next? Vote in the poll and post specifically what you think will change about the attraction.
They’ll probably just remove the natives from the jungle cruise and replace them with more animals or with something from the upcoming movie.
 

Brummyboy92

Active Member
Jungle Cruise seems the obvious choice in the current climate.

I hope they don't touch the Hall of Presidents. I only went on it last year for the first time, and I had to re-ride/watch it three times throughout my stay, it was amazing. I'm British, so hold no affiliation to US history, nor are we as interested in politics as our American cousins, but it's such an amazing attraction.

Would be a real shame if they drastically changed it to suit people stupid sensibilities.
 

embracejg

Well-Known Member
Jungle Cruise is the obvious choice to remove the stereotypical depiction of natives, including Trader Sam.

Peter Pan's Flight should also be on the list because of the Native Americans. They've been de-emphasized in the ride itself, but considering how racist the depiction is in the film, any reminder of them that unwise.


I hope they don't touch the Hall of Presidents. I only went on it last year for the first time, and I had to re-ride/watch it three times throughout my stay, it was amazing. I'm British, so hold no affiliation to US history, nor are we as interested in politics as our American cousins, but it's such an amazing attraction.

Would be a real shame if they drastically changed it to suit people stupid sensibilities.
I don't think it's about "stupid sensibilities," but the attraction as it is invites political conflict into a theme park setting by spotlighting the current president. Returning to something similar to the pre-1993 version reduces that conflict while retaining the spirit of the attraction.
 

Gainesvillain

Well-Known Member
The American Adventure will be changed to the 'Merican Adventure. Waaaaay more Andrew Jackson (the rest were losers), 10-times more Confederacy, a musical number about the second amendment (complete with a variety of assault, I mean hunting, rifles), a COVID 19 hoax reenactment (sans masks), a patriotic poem entitled "All Lives Matter" and maybe a minstrel show about Uncle Remus stories . . . all narrated by Trump. Duh.










(Obviously kidding . . . Now who's being a snowflake?)
 

KenHutch

New Member
When they changed PotC I knew this was coming. And Disney is in such a roll over for everything. They pay lip service fans but anything that the mob asks for the upper management will give them. And they could have avoided all of this by ASKING the fans. Make it a contest or something like it ask everyone if they would mind it without making it looklike one employee got an idea and they just caved. There are not enough good restaurants in the magic kingdom I always sort of hoped we could get a Princess Tiana/New Orleans restaurant in that area.
 
If the stockholders don’t draw a line in the sand, the whole question is moot.
Walt Disney World, the Vacation Kingdom could very well become Walt Disney’s Special Journeys World.

WD-SJW.
 
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