As one of those sad individuals who didn’t go to Disney World as a child, I didn’t have any particular attachment to Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride
. Plus, it seemed like a pretty good one for the preschool set.
We got a Fastpass the first night we were there, so we bypassed the play area. The Fastpass machine did spit out a bonus pass for Dumbo
, though. Score!
(It didn’t really matter since it was a light crowd on Super Bowl Sunday, but I appreciate the gift anyway.)
We did get to drum in Rabbit’s garden the next time we went back, in the morning.
The line was short so we didn’t have a lot of time for the interactive queue. But that was okay with us!
Over the course of the trip we rode this three or four times.
The characters were just adorable!
Overall the kids liked it. They could’ve done without the thunder and lightning portion of the ride, but they black light nightmare section didn’t scare them like it could have.
Scarlett absolutely love the gift shop at the exit. We could’ve ended up with a whole Pooh collection if we had taken any time to shop. Thank goodness my Master Touring Plan didn’t allow for deviation!