Dark Rides Archive
From Haunted House Ratings here are America's top 13 Haunted Houses: 1 Headless Horseman, Ulster Park, New York 2 Cutting Edge Haunted House, Fort Worth, Texas 3 Scarehouse, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 4 The Beast & Edge of Hell, Kansas City, Missouri 5 Night Of Terror,... [More]
The first full-length animated feature, Snow White and the Seven Dwarves (1937) was a remarkable success, and is the basis for this Fantasyland attraction. Originally opened with the park in 1971, the ride received extensive renovations in 1994 to put the character of Snow... [More]
Climb into an oversized "hunny" pot and join Pooh and his pals in this Fantasyland dark ride through the Hundred Acre Wood. Along the way, they encounter Owl's toppling house, bounce along with Tigger, appear in Pooh's dream of Heffalumps and Woozles, save Piglet... [More]
Hop aboard a pirate ship, say the magic words "You Can Fly!" and be swept over London and off to Neverland in this popular Fantasyland attraction. Led throughout the flight by Tinker Bell, the ship cruises over such memorable scenes as Old London Town,... [More]
One of the few major rides left in the Magic Kingdom that was running on the park's Oct. 1, 1971 opening day, the Haunted Mansion still draws in large crowds daily. Guests approach the mansion, Imagineered to look like a Hudson valley home, and... [More]
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This interactive dark ride replaced the park's much maligned — and vandalized — Phantom Theater. Inside, guests board mini-Mystery Machines to help blast ghosts and solve a mystery. Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy, and Scooby are all featured in the ride, offering a bit of... [More]