Top 5 Underrated Disney World Attractions

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Top 5 Underrated Disney World Attractions

Anyone planning a trip to Disney or who has been there before knows that are certain attractions that get a lot of attention and fill up the queues really quick. Therefore, some other Disney attractions that may not offer the latest technology or the biggest thrills sometimes get overlooked and are definitely underrated. This is unfortunate since some of Disney’s best secrets are underrated attractions. Therefore, I have compiled a list of Top 5 Underrated Disney World Attractions for you to check out on your next trip to Disney World!

1. Carousel of Progress-This attraction came from the mind of Walt Disney himself and was shown at the 1964 New York World’s Fair to raving reviews! Today, this show still runs in Tomorrowland at the Magic Kingdom and has the honor of being the longest running show in American theater! The Carousel of Progress is unique in that the theater rotates around to different stages where you get to see how progress and new inventions impacted daily life in the early twentieth century. This charming show is both educational and entertaining. It’s usually not at the top of many Disney guest to-do lists; but it definitely should be! All ages enjoy it and it gives us a glimpse into the mind of Walt Disney himself.

2. TTA-This attraction is a favorite among Disney regulars, and it’s one of my personal all-time favorites too. The Tomorrowland Transit Authority WedWay People Mover has guests board a vehicle which takes you on a covered track all around Tomorrowland and even into some of the buildings and attractions! This attraction is rather simple in that the gentle ride and the view is the primary draw; but its underrated because it’s so enjoyable! Our family likes to hop on the TTA to get off our feet, enjoy the breeze you get from moving down the track, and enjoy good conversation. The seats in each car face each other which is ideal for chatting and planning the rest of the day. It’s also a great attraction for parents who have tired kids or who just need a break from the heat and crowds.

3. The American Adventure-This attraction is an audio-animatronic show located at the American Adventure pavilion at Epcot. I think this show gets overlooked as most of the attention focuses on the Magic Kingdom’s Hall of Presidents; but the American Adventure is just as good, if not better, with it’s elaborate sets and variety of American heroes. In fact, one of the audio-animatronics actually twirls a lasso! This patriotic show is moving, entertaining, and I believe it’s a must-see for any Disney guest!

4. Living with the Land-Living with the Land is a gentle boat ride located inside The Land pavilion at Epcot. This attraction educates guest about the earth and different landscapes before taking them through greenhouses where guests witness new agricultural methods. Adults will find it very interesting; and kids will enjoy the ride and seeing Mickey shaped pumpkins being grown!

5. Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse-This classic Disney attraction is based off of the Disney film which was based off of the famous novel! This attraction is one of the most comfortable, innovative treehouses you have ever seen! At The Swiss Family Robinson Treehouse, you walk through the different rooms in this tree and see how the Robinsons used whatever they had to make a home, such as a huge seashell for a sink! There are tons of detail and clever egineering everywhere so be sure to take your time and keep your eyes open!

So what do you think? Do you think these attractions are underrated? Are any of these attractions some of your favorites?

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7 thoughts on “Top 5 Underrated Disney World Attractions

  1. We do 4 out of 5 of those regularly. I do have to say we don’t really care for the American Adventure…maybe we should check it out sometime…to see if we still feel that way! 😉 Otherwise we always hop on the People Mover when we want to kick up our feet for a good bit and zip around Tomorrowland! Living w/ the Land is my boyfriend’s absolute favorite…another one good for kicking up your feet for a few. I love the Swiss Family Robinson’s House…just love walking thru it, but its being renovated while we are there this trip. Carosel of Progress we go on every now and again…it’s neat. 🙂

  2. Awesome…this is kind of exciting becuase the Tomorrowland People Mover in Disneyland was shut down years ago. So I’ve never gotten to ride it. I’ll look forward to riding it at disneyworld at thanksgiving!

  3. We just got back on Sunday from Disney World.  While there we did all of these, and they were 5 of my favorites!  I was also surprised how much my children(age 6 and 9) enjoyed them as well!

  4. I totally agree!! I think that everything in Disney has it’s place… if people would just slow down and appreciate it the value would mean so much more!

  5. I totally agree!! I think that everything in Disney has it’s place… if people would just slow down and appreciate it the value would mean so much more!

  6. I totally agree!! I think that everything in Disney has it’s place… if people would just slow down and appreciate it the value would mean so much more!

  7. The People Mover has always been one of my favorites. It’s such a great way to check the lines when you arrive in Tomorrowland, and you can even see if some of the rides have broken down. We got to see some of the construction going on when they refurbished Space Mountain a few years ago. It was pretty cool.

    The Carousel of Progress has always been my mother’s favorite part of Disney. The show never seems to get old, even if we know both of the songs by heart, and probably most of the dialogue in the show. It’s such a great way to sit down and relax on a hot day.

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