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I enjoyed this ride. It was ment for younger children but adults can still enjoy it to.
A fun ride. This will be best for children who are immediately familiar with Winnie the Pooh and the related ensemble of characters, but adults may also find this ride cute and fun. The effects aren't too impressive, but it's not a bad time.
Excellent attraction. Certainly was designed with children in mind but all ages can enjoy it because we all grew up with Winnie the pooh. My favorite scene is the rain sequence.
this is not worth the space that it tacks up the animatronics are ok but not worth my time.
I myself do not like it very much but it was actually a good ride. Little kids and parents alike will adore this attraction.
I was surprised at the quality of this ride. Its much better than the standard Disneyland Fantasyland dark rides. I cant really say much except that there are a few nice surprises on this ride and to not wait more than 20-30 minutes for it. Pooh seems to bring some beastly lines at times, and its completely not worth waiting that long for.
It was so stupid! you just go in and they tell the story of whinnie the pooh! definetly for the younger crowd!
I am giving this an average rating.For a couple of reasons. I am torn on this ride. I have read the entire collection of Winnie the Pooh tales and the reason that I enjoy this ride is because I am familiar with the tales. I think that helps. The few time I have been on this, the people I ride with, havent understood the elements of the book. Because the story of the ride doesnt follow one particular problem but jumps around. For a kid, the colors, the characters, and the bouncing Tigger is probably wonderful. But I doubt they understand the stories, but rather are familiar with the characters. It actually is beautiful. I think to maybe make this a better more understandable ride for youngsters and even adults they shouldve taken on story line and elaborated the entire ride around it. Nonetheless, I do think it is a cute ride, and probably a more popular attraction to younger riders then Mr. Toad. Same track as MR.Toad I believe!
A nice family ride. I love tigger in it. Lines are long during the day ride in the moring to avoid them.
Winnie the Pooh is one of the most lovable Disney characters ever created. He’s big, he’s round, he’s innocent, and he’s kind. I mean, what isn’t there to love? It’s only fitting that a theme park attraction be created based on Pooh’s various adventures. However, Pooh tarnished his flawless reputation among me as in building his ride, it replaced one of my all-time favorite attractions in Mr. Toad. As much as I want to be unbiased in enjoying Winnie the Pooh, ultimately I can’t help but compare it to the far superior Mr. Toad and really question what the park was thinking in removing that classic.
Onto the attraction itself, I definitely can’t knock its exterior since it blends in perfectly with Fantasyland and captures the playful atmosphere of Winnie the Pooh. Now as bad as Mr. Toad’s capacity was, Pooh somehow manages to be worse, as it suffers from uncharacteristically slow loading for a Disney attraction and a rather low capacity, leading to lines resting around an 45-60 minutes, which definitely isn’t worth it. Thankfully Fastpasses are available for this attraction since they drastically reduce the wait to almost nothing.
Once in one of the various honey pots, riders begin the nice first half, where riders travel on a peaceful journey through the Hundred Acre Woods, coming face to face with a plethora of Milne’s beloved characters such as Pooh, Piglet, Owl, Rabbit, and Tigger. But of all scenes during the first half, the Tigger scene is far and away my favorite. I just love the bouncing effect and it’s an absolutely ingenious feature.
But while the first half is decent, the second half isn’t all that enjoyable in my opinion. Focusing around a nightmare by Pooh, riders come face to face with many dreaded Heffalumps. Now I know that the purpose of this segment is to be chaotic and confusing since it’s meant to be Pooh’s wild dream, but it was unfortunately too crazy and disjointed for my personal tastes. Eventually Pooh’s nightmare ends, as everyone experiences a happy ending…except Mr. Toad.
Winnie the Pooh just unfortunately doesn’t live up to its predecessor, which will forever live on as one of the best attractions I’ve been on. Heck, even if Pooh didn’t replace Mr. Toad, it still would be a pretty poor attraction in my opinion. It’s just not worth the obscenely long waits it commonly has and even if it were a walk on, there’s no hiding the displeasing Heffalump scene. Fans of Winnie the Pooh should definitely give this attraction a shot, but others should only consider hitting this if you can get a Fastpass and if time allows it.
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