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    Default Classic Attractions?!

    Which Classic Attraction is Your Favorite? I'm interested to find out but I'm guessing its going to be Space Mountain!

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    Team Jungle Cruise!

    To me, those jokes just don't get old...
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    Haunted Mansion - but it is hard to pick because I love them all! Like asking a mom which is her favorite child. Impossible!
    "If you can dream it, you can do it."

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    Really so true it is really hard mine would have to be Dumbo the Flying Elephant or Snow Whites Scary Adventures(although is now closed down!).

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    I very much doubt space mountain would "win".

    Haunted Mansion for me.

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    Among the classics, it would have to be Haunted Mansion! All five of us can ride it again and again! Lol! One visit, we rode it six times in a row!

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    Are we talking just MK or all of WDW... If all, then for me it has to be Spaceship Earth.

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    Easy one, Haunted Mansion

    2019????
    Jan. 25-Feb. 1, 2017, Port Orleans Riverside
    Oct. 29-Nov.4, 2014-Yacht Club
    Dec. 17-23 2011-Wilderness Lodge
    Dec. 20-30, 2008-Pop Century
    Dec. 25,2005-Jan.1, 2006-Coronado Springs
    Jan. 1-7, 2003-All Star Movies

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    Can't pin it down to just one. I'm assuming, however, that we're talking about the old stuff...the stuff from DL and Magic Kingdom.

    If you twisted my arm, I'd have to go with Splash Mountain, followed very closely by Haunted Mansion and then Pirates.
    2002 - 2017 - 20+ visits (POR, BW, All Stars, VWL, CSR, BLT, BC, SSR, CB, Dolphin, OKW, offsite x4)
    I survived Hurricane Irma @ OKW!
    Next up - Disneyland Fall 2019

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    I love carousel of progress!!
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    To me - Peter Pan's Flight (hence my name!). Dumbo and Jungle Cruise!
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    1990 - 1 special day with Mom & Dad
    1991 - Off Site - Honeymoon
    2005 - Pop Century (DS 1st trip)
    2008 - Pop Century

    2011 - CBR - Surprise B'day for DS
    2014 - POR - Another Surprise B'day for DS

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    Peter Pan. My favorite "classic".
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    POR: 6/4-6/11/16
    POFQ: 11/15-11/19/15
    8/28-9/1/14 -DL-Dumbo 19.3 C2C
    POR: 1/7-1/14/14 -Dopey 48.6
    POR: 6/11-6/17/13
    ASMu: 1/11-1/15/13 -1st Full 26.2
    ASMu: 9/22-9/28/11
    ASMu: 6/7-6/13/11
    Pop: 1/30-2/6/10
    Pop: 2/1-2/7/09
    Pop: 1/08
    ASMu: 05/06
    Off-site: 12/93

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    If I have to pick just one, I have to go with Haunted Mansion.
    EJ in Houston

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    11-12 -- Pop Century
    11-11 -- Animal Kingdom Lodge
    11-09 -- All-Star Sports
    11-07 -- All-Star Sports
    11-05 -- All-Star Sports
    09-95 -- Off Property
    3 prior visits as a child beginning in '72 -- Polynesian/Contemporary Resorts

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    This is an easy one..for me it's Peter Pan.True classic Disney.From the whimsical cue (I know it can be looong).To the attraction itself.Plus,it's the one ride I remember vividly from my first WDW visit. I had been to tons of local "fairs" but remember never seeing anything like PP.
    Now,it's our family tradition that PP is the first attraction we visit,after that anything goes.
    SM would be my second classic,then HM then Walts cop.

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    POTC followed closely by HM
    2014 POR Alligator Bayou & Beach Club.
    1978-2007 Several Visits off Property.


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    Favorite classic by park:

    MK - Carousel of Progress
    EP - Spaceship Earth with the original format
    Studios - Test Track
    AK - Bug's Life

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    For me, it's a tie between Haunted Mansion and Pitates of the Caribbean. Peter Pan would be third. (Peter Pan is also one of my favorite classic Disney movies.)
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    Carousel of Progress...hands down.
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    Haunted Mansion, but 20,000 Leagues would be a close 2nd if it were still around.
    Scallywag

    August 2004 - POR
    May 2006 - POF (Honeymoon Trip)
    September 2006 - Royal Pacific (Universal Studios)
    April 2007 - POR
    July 2009 - CBR
    June 2013 - CBR
    June 2014 - POF

    June 2016 - POLY
    June 2017 - AKL
    June 2018 - BC

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    Horizons.

    The epitome of a *classic* Disney attraction:

    Audio-animatronics.

    Relive the past.

    View the present.

    "See the future". Technology presented in Horizons is here. Today.

    Great storyline. "Choose your own future". Originally designed as *the* sequel to Carousel of Progress.

    Horizons is where the phrase, "If we can dream it, we can do it" originated. It's often mislabeled as a Walt or Roy quote, but, it was specifically written for the attraction by Tom Fitzgerald.
    Former WDW Magic Kingdom Cast Member (2001-2010): Main Street Parades/WDWRR Engineer/Conductor; Frontierland Attractions; Tomorrowland Attractions

    Last: Sep '14 (Coronado Springs)
    Next:Oct 2015: MNSSHP

    Have you ever dreamed the dreams of the children...?

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