Fav Five: 5 Disney’s Magic Kingdom Attractions We Miss the Most - Inside the Magic

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  1. Ben Goddard

    *Marty Sklar

    1. Michael Gavin

      Thank you. Embarrassed that I missed that.

  2. Gail Wisner

    I remember those times as well. I miss the Sunshine Tree Terrace Orange Slushy. I didn’t want it with ice cream, just the slushy. It was great to cool off with during the afternoon parade.

  3. Lejeni

    Eastern’s, “If You Had Wings”…now a Buzz Lightyear ride in Tomorrowland. Gosh, I miss that one.

  4. Dorothy Odie

    I missed a huge giant turkey smoked drumsticks

    1. Tara

      Dorothy Odie,
      Unlike the rides listed in this article, you can still purchase Disney’s jumbo smoked turkey legs. Those haven’t disappeared.

  5. Tim Sack

    I miss the original ride thru imagination with Figment. Always a favorite

  6. Danyale

    I miss the body wars attraction was so neat. The Snow White ride was also a family favorite as was the great piggy bank adventure at EPCOT

    1. Frostysnowman

      Body Wars, and I loved Cranium Command, too.

  7. Joe Harris

    I miss the original Snow White’s Scary Adventures ride. I know it wasn’t much, but as a fan of the movie since I was 2 years old it was always one of my favorite rides.

  8. Tim

    Oh, I miss the Skyway the most! It was so exciting to “fly” over the park. Second to that was Disneyland’s 20,000 Leagues submarine ride, because, if I remember correctly after a half-century, one also got to see the actual movie set of Nemo’s “parlor” with the pipe organ. The ride lives on with “Finding Nemo,” which is okay with me! — but it’s out-of-place in Tomorrowland.

  9. EricJ

    Ahem: THE MICKEY MOUSE REVUE (in the old Philharmagic building)
    When the park first opened, Disney didn’t have many big movies in the 70’s, so it was all about the love of the old classics–And seeing the big Country Bears-style Animatronic tableaus of Snow White, Cinderella and even the Three Caballeros singing their iconic hits was always one of the first places you had to pilgrimage to after The Walt Disney Story on Main Street.

  10. WD

    How is Mickey’s House not here!?

  11. Tink

    Please don’t forget “Horizons” Still miss it!

    1. Frostysnowman

      I loved Horizons, too.

  12. Tink

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