Walt Disney World Worsts | Magic Kingdom Rides
If you’re reading this it’s because you probably love Walt Disney World, we do too. Our panel of experts consists of myself, Pat Neistat, Bobby Burchins and Becky Wells. While most things to do and eat on the Disney campus are good, great, or fantastic some things just suck. These are our least favorite attractions at the Magic Kingdom.
*note selections listed alphabetically*
Country Bear Jamboree
“What in the Show-Biz Pizza is going on in this place. Why the fuck do we need this? I may actually be okay with it if you replace the shitty bear animatronics with live hillbillies. Sorry, not sorry.” – Steve Rhodes
It’s A Small World
“For years my father has claimed that an Eddie Murphy SNL sketch aired where he plays a veteran with PTSD who gets on It’s A Small World, has a Vietnam flashback, and goes on a murder rampage of tiny painted dolls. While I cannot confirm its existence, I can confirm I have the same feelings regarding the attraction. Adults shouldn’t listen to children about geopolitical issues. Period.” – Bobby Burchins
Magic Carpets of Aladdin
“I’ve said it before, the Magic Carpets of Aladdin is a lesser Dumbo. It’s just a full sun hot mess with mystery puddles all around…I guess that’s from the camels? I do like that the camels spit though. I don’t ride this attraction really ever, but I see it each time I mobile order my Dole Whip and chuckle at the recipients of the camel spit.” – Becky Wells
“An iconic opening day attraction that hasn’t been updated since 1971 and it shows. It’s slow, undrivable, loud, stinks, and guzzles gas for no damn reason. It almost becomes a chore to ride the SOB. With that said, Disney needs to upgrade this ride to be fully electric. After all, it’s Tomorrowland. At that point, the noise and gas consumption goes away, so it becomes a little more tolerable.”- Pat Neistat
So, what say you dear reader? Did we bash one of your faves or miss something so bad it should be on this list? Let us know on social media or in the comment section below.