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Peter Pan's Flight at Tokyo Disneyland

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Dark ride

Opening Date:
Apr 15, 1983

One of the most popular attractions at Tokyo Disneyland, Peter Pan’s Flight is a clone of the famous dark ride at the original Disneyland. It sees guests boarding “flying” pirate ships, which are suspended from an overhead rail, and soaring over miniature recreations of London and Neverland.

After traversing a short tunnel section, riders emerge into Neverland. Initially, the models below remain on a small scale, as if the pirate ships were flying high above Mermaid Lagoon and Skull Rock. Towards the end, though, the models become life-sized, with guests getting a close-up view of key scenes from the “Peter Pan” movie.

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Monday, August 05, 2013 09:00

Tokyo Disneyland is perhaps Disney's most unusual "castle" park.

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Best Peter Pan's Flight
Submitted by sirusstest
on Saturday, November 04, 2017 05:27

I don't like either American Peter Pan. They both feel too short and too outdated. I understand the appeal of DL's since there's the historical aspect, but WDW's lacks this and is not looking great these days. Tokyo's adds some technology and interest to the ride while keeping that charm. The lighting and especially maintenance here are just fantastic. The fiber optic stars work great as the ship is sailing to Neverland. It just had that magic I keep hearing Peter Pan has.

Needs Some Fairy Dust
Submitted by sirusstest
on Tuesday, September 03, 2013 22:25

Peter Pan's Flight is such a classic Disney attraction and one of my favorite dark rides. Never in a million years would I expect Tokyo Disneyland to be the resort that possesses my least favorite incarnation of the ride. It's mainly a maintenance issue (yes, somehow in existence at TDL) but this was a painful ride experience as of May 2013. A full refurb is required on this puppy to restore it to its deserved glory, though I'm sure it's already in the cards for this park, which is incredibly on top of these sorts of issues.


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