5 Attractions We Wish Disney Would Add!

Saying that I love Disney World is an understatement, but there is nothing I love more than a new attraction or show opening. The excitement of the unknown and the possibilities of all the fun is something that I look forward to from the moment that the announcement of the new attraction happens. I am eagerly awaiting the opening of Disney Springs, Avatar Land in Animal Kingdom and the Frozen attraction in Epcot. As I sit here thinking about it, my inner Imagineer comes to life thinking about some things I wish Disney would add! Here is my list of attractions I just wish they would add!

  1. Another Outdoor Thriller Roller Coaster

There is no arguing that the Rock N Roller Coaster is super popular and I can’t help but wonder if there could be a way to add some Disney storyline magic to this. I know that the recent opening of Seven Dwarfs Mine Train has some of you wondering why I think another coaster is needed, but I am talking about a twirly, loopy crazy coaster! There are some rumors that Hollywood Studios is adding a Monsters Inc. Roller Coaster. How much fun would it be to travel along the door track with Mike and Sully? What if it was set up to be like a flying carpet gone wild with some help of the Genie from Aladdin? Or, Cruella De Vil can try to keep you from rescuing all 101 Dalmatians by driving you wild?

  1. More Storyline Style Rides

It always amazes me how long the line is at Peter Pan, considering how short the ride is. The more I think about it, though, the ride is pretty genius. Rides that make you feel like you are part of the storyline are among my families favorite. The Little Mermaid is a recent addition of this style of ride, but I feel like there can never be enough of these! A Pocahontas, Lady and the Tramp, Sleeping Beauty, Jungle Book, Cinderella, Lilo and Stitch, Up, Big Hero Six or Tangled ride complete with songs would be so much fun! And, I just know Imagineers could make a beautiful Mary Poppins ride!


Yes, I put it in caps because I am totally shouting! Even though Universal’s Islands of Adventure features Marvel rides, some people do not go over to the dark side! Ha! Now that Disney owns Marvel Entertainment, there is so much that can be done. With the Avengers being Disney’s highest grossing film, bringing in over 1.5 billion worldwide, I’d say that people love superheroes and villains. The possibilities are endless with this one, but I’m not sure that they really fit well into any park…so how about a 5th Florida park, Disney? Ok, ok…there can be a 3rd California park, too!

  1. Coast to Coast Favorites

I am so jealous of some of the best Disneyland rides that I have not been able to experience yet. Instead of me having to go to California, I wish that they would bring the best of Disneyland to Florida. This is my list of wishes, after all! Pinocchio’s Daring Journey, Gadget’s Go Coaster, Roger Rabbit’s Toon Town Spin, Matterhorn Bobsleds, Indiana Jones Adventure, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland are all welcome to set up shop in Florida. As a matter of fact, California Adventure is welcome to come over to Florida as well! And, can we get Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride back? Please? We’ll trade you Stitch’s Great Escape!

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  1. A Classic Mickey Mouse ride

One thing that I really miss at Magic Kingdom is Mickey’s Toon Town Fair. Not because it was really awesomely fun, but because I absolutely love Mickey. I miss Mickey. Sure, you can see him in the parade and meet him in his meet and greet location and even see him in Philharmagic and in some shows, but is there ever such thing as too much Mickey Mouse? What if there was a ride where Mickey and the gang enlist your help to figure out something in a Mickey Mouse Clubhouse style adventure? I know that’s youngish, but have you ever seen the face of a baby that loves Mickey? Or, a ride that takes you through some Silly Symphonies? Or, a totally new adventure that is only presented in the ride with Pete or Oswald as the nemesis? What if the ride turns you into Mickey and you get to enjoy Steamboat Willie in first perspective? Oh, Please Disney friends, hear my cries!

About Lauren Wallis

Lauren Wallis was destined to love Disney. Her Mother found out that she was pregnant with Lauren after her honeymoon at WDW. After moving to Florida in 1990, every school trip, family vacation and weekend getaway was at Disney World! Lauren attended the University of Central Florida and spent her weekends looking for the most delicious restaurants on a college budget. She and her husband have relocated and now live in Central Florida, just minutes from Walt Disney World. She has stayed at every single resort and is currently working on eating at every single restaurant! She has been on WDW property over 400 times…lucky Floridian!