The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh reviews
Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, a dark ride in Fantasyland at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom.
Written by Robert Niles
This indoor ride is a journey through the pages of a Winnie the Pooh book. You ride in "hunny" hives, gently bouncing and gliding through the Hundred Acre Wood on your way to a special birthday celebration.
Love it ! - Owen Scott
This is such a cute ride, and I love all the effects, such as the wind blowing, hopping with Tigger and the area with the Huffalumps and Woozles. I think this was my nieces favorite! - Michelle Morgan
Cute ride and the updated queue helps your get into world of the 100 Acre Woods. Could use more effects as some of it looks cheap (lots of cardboard cutouts). - Aaron McMahon
Interesting queue, nice details, and entertaining scenes make this an excellent dark ride. - Will Sullivan
Very fun ride that shouldnt be missed at Magic Kingdom. This to me is a retelling of one of my favorite childhood characters Pooh. The ride is great and the ride vehicles are fun to ride in. - Justin Knight
Hands down, I really don't like Winnie The Pooh at all. Yet, this ride is more than entertaining for me and even a highlight in all of Fantasyland. It starts with a funny and entertaining outdoor queue with many interactive elements. Even if the line gets a little big longer, you won't feel bored because of the many things to experience. You are given the opportunity to really slip into the storyline of the ride and you should! The ride itself is a classic Disney Style dark ride in which the story is told while passing the different scenes. What makes this ride special is the diversity of those scenes, which vary from fairytale like environments to delusional dream sequences and creepy forests with an awesome amount of detail and some stunning special effects. The ride vehicle itself has a few suprises for you as well. If you like theming and atmosphere, don't miss this! - Chris W.
Commendable. It's even fun for us adults. - Rob Pastor
Great children's ride. The queue is interactive and the kids enjoy it. - Don Neal
8/10 - As most of my childhood was dedicated to Winnie The Pooh I had to ride this twice. I FastPassed both times and loved it on both occasions. - James Wimbury
Very cute for little ones - Andrew Dougherty
It's a nice ride, vehicle movements are great, but it just seems short, I don't know why. 7/10 - Eric Cartman
ahh 5 and loved tiger and there he was bouncing with me loved it still love winnie the pooh and his friends a must ride for winnie the pooh fans and toddlers alike - Manny Rodriguez
epic, not as good as the Tokyo version, but my family had a "bouncy" time - Brendan Harrison
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