What are your favourite rides as an adult?

boop0524

Mouseketeer
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Aug 16, 2020
Oh so many! I love rides like Big Thunder, Slinky, FoP and Soarin that are fun and thrilling in a good way. Then there’s those that I just enjoy for the beauty, story or history like Small World, Pirates, CoP. And finally there’s the Safari that I’ll just ride three times in a day, ha! I appreciate it all I guess 😊
 

Lizgistix

Don't follow me, I'm lost too
Joined
Sep 13, 2019
Tower of Terror, Big Thunder Mountain, Buzz Lightyear, Midway Mania, Soarin'.
If I had a group of 6, I would try Smuggler's Run 2-3 times. By myself, definitely not.
I actually did a re-ride of Buzz Lightyear after they noticed I got off and went through the line again. They told me the secret signal to give at the unload area if I wanted to stay on and re-ride. I think I rode Buzz 4 times that day. (not all in a row, only twice in a row).
 

Pmlocke

Peter Locke
Joined
Aug 1, 2014
There are obviously some rides that are more suited to tiny children but I'm curious what would be the rides you'd choose to go on repeatedly on an adult-only trip.
I am 67, my wife is 66. We go to WDW every year. We go on every ride, as long as there is no wait time more than 15 minutes. As we go in February every year, that is usually not a problem. Why don't we wait? I've been to WDW enough times that my trip won't be ruined if I miss a ride. Besides, there is too much fun to be had without wasting my time in a line.
 

Mox714

Earning My Ears
Joined
Mar 15, 2015
Haunted Mansion
Pirates of the Caribbean
Living with the Land
Nemo
 

tbee407

Mouseketeer
Joined
Dec 11, 2001
Oh so many! I love rides like Big Thunder, Slinky, FoP, and Soarin that are fun and thrilling in a good way. Then there’s those that I just enjoy for the beauty, story or history like Small World, Pirates, CoP. And finally there’s the Safari that I’ll just ride three times in a day, ha! I appreciate it all I guess 😊
I love the classics!

1. Splash Mountain
2. Haunted Mansion
3. Pirates of the Caribbean

However, this is subject to change as I am a big Star Wars fan and I have not yet ridden Rise of the Resistance.
 

Orion Nebula

DIS Veteran
Joined
Jun 2, 2020
My entire life (9 to 40) it has been Living With the Land (to the groans of my family). I personally don't know anyone who likes it. But once you enter the first green house everything gets so surreal, I just can't explain it.

The rest are classics, I like HM, PoC and SM like most.
 
  • tbee407

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Dec 11, 2001
    My entire life (9 to 40) it has been Living With the Land (to the groans of my family). I personally don't know anyone who likes it. But once you enter the first green house everything gets so surreal, I just can't explain it.

    The rest are classics, I like HM, PoC and SM like most.
    I like Living with the Land. A great relaxing ride on a hot (or cold) day. The farmhouse scene is my favorite!
     

    Lilsia

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Feb 17, 2018
    My entire life (9 to 40) it has been Living With the Land (to the groans of my family). I personally don't know anyone who likes it. But once you enter the first green house everything gets so surreal, I just can't explain it.

    The rest are classics, I like HM, PoC and SM like most.
    My whole family loves Living with the Land, even when the kids were little they liked it. We go on it several times per trip.
     

    OHmomof2

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Apr 16, 2011
    All of them...lol! But my must do's:
    MK...Pirates of the Caribbean
    AK...Kilimanjaro Safari
    E...Gran Fiesta Tour
    HS...Toy Story Mania
     

    Simba's Mom

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    Joined
    Aug 26, 1999
    I am 67, my wife is 66. We go to WDW every year. We go on every ride, as long as there is no wait time more than 15 minutes. As we go in February every year, that is usually not a problem. Why don't we wait? I've been to WDW enough times that my trip won't be ruined if I miss a ride. Besides, there is too much fun to be had without wasting my time in a line.
    I feel the same way At our age (I'm one year older than you) riding rides is a better use of time than standing in line
     
  • cjlong88

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Aug 1, 2019
    My entire life (9 to 40) it has been Living With the Land (to the groans of my family). I personally don't know anyone who likes it. But once you enter the first green house everything gets so surreal, I just can't explain it.

    The rest are classics, I like HM, PoC and SM like most.
    Love LwtL!!!
     

    OHmomof2

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Apr 16, 2011
    Not going to judge but how is that your number 1 at Epcot? I never really understood the point of the ride as it's short and filled with a bunch of screens.
    The ride isn’t the greatest...but certain personal memories from riding it with family makes it my number 1 at Epcot.
     

    Salohcin83

    Earning My Ears
    Joined
    Oct 4, 2019
    Buzz lightyear
    Toy story mania
    I Love the game aspect of both of those even without my kids there

    Also try to take advantage of any rollercoasters with a single rider line (obviously not now).
     


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