2010 Best Theme Park Attraction: American Adventure vs. Hall of Presidents
Day Four of the 2010 Best Theme Park Attraction Tournament
continues with the final first-round match-up from the Best Movie or Animated Show bracket.
If you haven't seen both of these shows, we've got attraction descriptions linked below. Take a look, then decide which one you'd like best.
4. Epcot's American Adventure
13. Hall of Presidents at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom
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Next up: Splash Mountain at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom vs. Disneyland's Space Mountain
The American Adventure is a more well rounded look at American history, and Hall of Presidents is sometimes too politicized. I vote American Adventure.
I experienced AA for the first time last October and was blown away by it. The recently revamped HoP is a great show, but as a non-American, AA just speaks to me more.
Although I love them both the "American Adventure" is about the beginning of our nation and those who made it possible for us to enjoy what we have today.
I used to enjoy the American Adventure more, but the updated Hall of Presidents is more satisfying.
I have not seen the current Hall of Presidents, but all the same, I gave my vote to The American Adventure. Although the presidency is worthy of great respect, the White House gets a top-down view of history -- America as seen from a helicopter, one might say.
American Adventure is not a rah-rah-patriotic show; the (outstanding) song is patriotic, yes, but have you paid attention to the images that fly by during the song? ;)
I'm sorry to say it, but The American Adventure bores me. I find The Hall of Presidents to be the far more intriguing and interesting attraction. There is something about the roll call that gets me every time.
Because it changes with the addition of a new Commander in Chief, the Hall of Presidents MAKES history, while the American Adventure just repeats history.
The show is fair and balanced from an
I hate when the crowds get involved in either of these shows. People suck.
LOL... my drinking days are a thing of the past, unless guzzling the juice from a melted Kaki Gori counts!
American Adventure is like HOP on steroids. No contest.
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