10. Peter Pan's Flight
What can I say about a classic? I love the black light and neon colors, plus the fact that you get to fly in a pirate ship. This is one of my favorites in Fantasyland (ever since they got rid of Mr. Toad's Wild Ride)
9. Prince Charming Regal Carousel
Fake poop with bits of "stuff" in it.
Technically this *is* an attraction, even though there is nothing you ride. This is the zoo section of Animal Kingdom. I love this section because of the educational value (bird spotting, animal plaques, cast members with vast knowledge, etc.) and for the authentic fake poop Disney put in the walkways.
I actually prefer the original Enchanted Tiki Room versus the "under new management" version, so I am glad they went back to the original. To be honest, the attraction isn't my favorite part. The pineapple sorbets you can get by the queue (in line in Disneyland!!) is my favorite part. Mmmm.... I could go for one of those right now actually...6. Kilimanjaro Safari
I love the safari! It is a different ride every time you do it. One of the trips we got stuck in the bus because a rhino was blocking the path and we couldn't go forward. There is no moving a rhino when he doesn't want to move... My pictures are usually horrible on this ride. Before we go back I will need to work on my safari picture taking skills.5. Splash Mountain
3. The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe
2. Expedition Everest
This was brand-spanking new when we went to Disney on our honeymoon. I know we rode it at least three times to see if the front, middle, or back was the best experience. Unfortunately, I had gotten VERY sick on our honeymoon and I missed out on a lot of days in the parks because I was stuck being miserable in the hotel. We did make sure to get back to Animal Kingdom to ride it one more time before we left. It is such a fun ride and I have sweet memories attached to it.
1. Space Mountain
Before we even met, my husband and I went on our first Disney World vacations when we were each just a couple months away from turning 11. Each of our first roller coaster rides happened to be Space Mountain. In my husband's case, his mom didn't realize it was a roller coaster, went on it with him, and was scared half to death. She sat behind Matthew, my husband, and kept her head down just looking up to make sure he as ok. Matthew LOVED it. His mom HATED it. Oh, what parents will do for their kids. When we went to Disneyland (before we were married) it was getting renovated so we missed out. When we went to Disney World on our honeymoon it needed a renovation. The lights were up, you could see the track and a bunch of markers. It was very uncool and we were upset. Fast forward to our 2009 vacation with our son. Sebastian was too small to go on it so we took turns. It was POURING rain, but we took the fast passes and took turns going on the ride. Matthew went first, and I had an inkling that I may have been pregnant (barely) and I talked to my "possible" baby and apologized for the ride. Sitting on the ride I even thought to myself "I'm not going on this ride alone..." Well, I was pregnant with Kaelyn and she has been a dare devil ever since!