Disney World After Dark?
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Which Disney World attractions are best experienced at night?
Big Thunder Mountain is often cited as an attraction that is even more enjoyable at night than during the day. Which Disney World attractions are best experienced at night?
Ive Never been to disneyworld but at disneyland california adventure the tower of terror was great at night
From Oak A
Posted October 7, 2013 at 7:06 PM
Tower of Terror-DHS
From Phil B.
Posted October 7, 2013 at 9:11 PM
Expedition Everest, and all of Animal Kingdom for that matter, is exceptionally beautiful at night. Even Dino-Rama doesn't seem quite as wretched once darkness falls and everything is lit up.
From David L.
Posted October 8, 2013 at 3:43 AM
Ditto. AKA everything at Animal Kingdom. This past trip, I spent an hour exploring the Tree of Life in the dark, with the nets. And it was one of the highlights of my trip.
To everyone who took a few minutes to respond... Thank You!
These suggestions will make out trip even better.
Everybody says Jungle Cruise. I went once during EMH at about 12:15. We got a guy, Milton, who was clearly beyond hammered. It was horrible. He would say "that's my house" at every other scene. He needed a woman to help him off the boat afterwards.
Just for clarification Matt, was Milton a skipper or a guest?
I was wondering that myself.........
Milton, not Wilson. Wilson was a volleyball.
Once again, my fingers move faster than my brain. Thanks Mike.
Milton was our skipped :(
The Haunted Mansion
Tower of Terror
Downtown Disney is pretty awesome at night
From chris cona
Posted October 17, 2013 at 8:25 PM
Dumbo very nice with the colors around the attraction
Tower of terror also very nice at night
My favorites are Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Astro Orbiter, Tomorrowland Transit Authority Peoplemover, Tower of Terror, Expedition Everest and Jungle Cruise.
Tower of Terror, Definitely!
Haunted Mansion -- not so much 'cause it changes the ride any, but the atmosphere leading up to it is that much more creepy.
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