24. The Hall of Presidents
Educational from both technological and historical perspectives, The Hall of Presidents delivers a presentation on the United States presidency, a recitation of the Gettysburg address, and speeches from both George Washington and the U.S.’s current sitting president, along with actual artifacts from past presidents. So while it might get your child some extra credit at school to check it out, they probably will prefer other rides.
23. The Barnstormer
The Barnstormer gives children the opportunity to ride a kid-sized roller coaster that features a Goofy theme. Great for kids not tall enough (or fearless enough) for the bigger coasters.
22. Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room
“The birds sing words and the flowers croon” in Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room, whose Disneyland version was the first attraction to feature Audio-Animatronics. An attraction from a gentler time in our country, it seems to serve primarily as an air-conditioned respite for overheated guests. But an entertaining respite it is!
21. The Magic Carpets of Aladdin
Essentially a rip-off of the Dumbo the Flying Elephant ride, the theming nonetheless works very well at The Magic Carpets of Aladdin and it proves to be fairly popular with visitors to Adventureland. The most interesting part of this ride, however, isn’t part of the ride at all. It’s the spitting camel that sprays unsuspecting guests with water!
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