9 Things Disney Fans Never Get Tired Of Hearing

One of the first greetings I fell in love with at Walt Disney World came at the end of a very tiring first day in the parks. We were on the Disney bus transportation finally arriving back at our resort when we heard “Welcome Home”.  There are other things I have come to cherish, as each Disney guest does, that brings both great memories back and excitement for what is immediately ahead. Think about those special songs or phrase that you hear at Walt Disney World that have special places in your memories. If yours is not listed here, please share them with everyone in the comments below.

9.  “For your safety remain seated with your hands, arms, feet and legs inside the tram at all times while the tram is moving, and watch your children.” The parking lot trams are often the first ride vehicle many of us use when visiting the parks, it lets us know we really have arrived at Walt Disney World and the fun is just beginning!

8. “Please stand clear of the doors. If you are standing please hang onto the handrails and remain clear of the doors.” These phrases are repeated at every stop along the Walt Disney World Monorail route. The Monorail carries approximately 150,000 passengers every day and has been operating since 1971, so this has most likely been ridden by nearly every guest who visited Walt Disney World.

7. “Next Guest Please” means you have reached the ordering station at the quick service locations. You are hungry and you have the order memorized and at last! You hear these words and it is your time to order. You are about to eat some Disney food!

6.  “Helll-lllo there!” are the first words you hear at the pre-show video to DINOSAUR! at Animal Kingdom. They are coming from a plastic hand puppet of a dinosaur on the screen. When the camera pulls back we see the popular actor from the original CSI series, Wallace Langham. Here he is known as Dr. Grant Seeker, ”a heck of a paleontologist”. He sets our Time Rovers up to bring back a specific dino with us…nothing can go wrong here, right?

5. “I just can’t wait to be king!” medley sung out at Legend of the Lion King. There are so many awesome songs at Walt Disney World from our favorite movies. “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” is another beautiful song and performance at Legend of the Lion King in Animal Kingdom.

4. How about the sound of a breaking mirror, “That door is opening once again, this time its opening for you” some of the last words you hear prior to experiencing the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror’s ups and downs. It is an exciting experience and just hearing the recording of those words on YouTube brings back that feeling!

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3. “This here’s the wildest ride in the wilderness!” is what you hear at Big Thunder Mountain Railroad in Magic Kingdom’s Frontierland. But we can’t forget its neighbor Splash Mountain with the equally fun “Zip a Dee Doo Dah, Zippity eh, My Oh My What a Wonderful Day!” theme song. How about “I’ll show you a laughin’ place!”

2. “Yo Ho Yo Ho a Pirate’s Life for Me” is a catchy tune repeated on the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction. You will be at least humming it, if not singing it as you go up the elevated moving walkway from the ride to the gift shop/exit. Let’s face it, better this than “it’s a small world after all”.  Dead men tell no tales!

1. “Relax and let us do the driving, you’ll be home soon!” this message plays on Disney’s Bus transportation from the park to your Disney resort. This is a comforting message after being in a Disney park with thousands of other guests. You could be standing with dozens of others or maybe sitting in a seat covered in toddlers, but this greeting conjures up the comfortable room you left earlier in the day. The beds are now made and there may be new towel animals in the room. Your refillable mug can be filled with a nice beverage and you picture yourself finally laying down and lifting your tired feet off the floor. It is a nice message at the end of your Disney day. If you have not spent time at a Disney resort, sadly, this is not in your collection of experiences at WDW yet.

We hope you find your own special memories at Walt Disney World.

About Cassie

Cassie L. I am a lifelong Disney fan. I attended Walt Disney World in 1971, and was there during the opening week of EPCOT, and have visited the Disney Parks for than 30 times. I have had the privilege of visiting Disneyland as a child, and then again with my children. My family recently moved from the northeastern United States to the Walt Disney World area. I now have cast members in my family and enjoy hearing the magical stories at the end of a shift. I love visiting all of the parks and getting to try more Disney food and being able to share it with you to help you plan your own magical day at Disney.