Vote of the week: Which classic attraction should Disney change next?
Written by Robert Niles
Disney's tinkered with many of its classic attractions over the past decade. This month, Disney debuted its new version of It's a Small World at Disneyland, but in recent years Disney's also tweaked Pirates of the Caribbean, added a pirate overlay to Disneyland's Tom Sawyer Island, and rebuilt that park's Space Mountain. Disney also added holiday overlays for Small World and Haunted Mansion in California, as well.Tweet
Of course, sometimes the changes don't go over so well. Witness the new Tiki room at Walt Disney World or the ho-hum Tarzan's Treehouse in Anaheim.
Which classic Disney attraction would you like to see refreshed next? That's the question for this week's vote. I selected as candidates classic Disneyland attractions that appear at more than one other Disney theme park and that haven't been changed significantly in years, but that I felt could be tweaked without fundamentally altering the attraction. Let's face it: There's not much else that can be done with the likes of basic flat rides such as Dumbo or the Mad Tea Party.
Tell us in the comments what, specifically, you'd like to see done to the attraction you selected. But be realistic, please. Replacing Thunder with a B&M Flying Coaster isn't an option here. ;-)
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