Just wondering how long people think is an acceptable amount of time to spend in a queue for an attraction. Just to clarify I don't mean when an attraction is newly opened and I am not just talking about Disney here but the major players in the market.
While a hundred dollars or so might seem like a fair price for what is available in the park the reality is quite different as you spend most of the time on a queue not on the attractions themselves.
I know from recent experience for Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party I got to do 8 rides for the whole evening and this was supposed to be one of the less busy nights. This in my view does not represent value for money.
On other days in the parks again not only Disney, some queues were 100 minutes and most at least were 45 minutes. What does anyone else think about this ?
You might say its not all about the rides there's the food but you pay for that separately or the shopping again these are separate costs.
The atmosphere may be great but surely at least for me I want to do rides and shows most of the time.
My own view is 30 minutes should be the maximum unless it's a brand new attraction.
Maybe a solution to some of the problems would be to open more than one ride but still only one queue. I mean like they have done with Toy Story Mania in the studios park or Dumbo in the Magic Kingdom.
Parks seem to be getting busier but still new rides open which only have one ride which leads to waits which I think are too long.
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