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Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln reviews

Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln, a animatronic show in Main Street USA at Disneyland.

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Posted: July 3, 2011

A newly refurbished version of the Disneyland classic reopened December 18, 2009, alongside a revamped Disney Gallery, which moved into the old Bank of Main Street next door.

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30 votes, so far

I regard Great Moments as an E-ticket caliber treat, and find it to be far superior to (and less polarizing than) Magic Kingdom's Hall of Presidents, and at least on par with Epcot's The American Adventure, if not better. When you visit Disneyland, do NOT miss the one of a kind experience that is Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln. - James Rao

Much better than the Hall or the American Adventure. While the others have to spread American history over half an hour, this show compresses the best part into 15 minutes allowing for more detail. Speaking of detail, Lincoln is incredible. 7/10 - Alex Taphorn

Loved it, but it was too short. No reason to keep it short since there are no long lines. (which is deserves) - Skipper Adam

Impressive Lincoln AA. If you sit near the back, it's very easy to forget that you're watching a robot. - Sylvain Comeau

Unfortunately I was looking forward to this show and was disappointed. I am a pretty big history buff and this still did not do much for me. - Andy B

Much better than I expected! Takes the best parts of WDW's Hall of Presidents and the American Adventure to make the perfect American History Attraction! - Anthony Murphy

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