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20,000 Leagues Under the Sea at Tokyo DisneySea

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Mysterious Island

Dark ride

Opening Date:
Sep 4, 2001

One of a variety of Disney attractions that have been based on Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, this is the last one to employ a submarine-style ride system. Guests travel around a number of scenes that depict action from the book, as well as the Disney movie that was based on it. This includes a stunning set-piece in which an enormous squid attacks riders, as well as a visit to the lost city of Atlantis.

Guests are able to participate in the action, using joysticks to control a searchlight that highlights some of the strange inhabitants of the underwater world.

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Upcoming refurbishments, rehabs and closures

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Reviews of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea:

Disneysea's Peter Pan's Flight
Submitted by sirusstest
on Saturday, November 04, 2017 04:54

Actually, calling it Peter Pan's Flight is an insult to the sheer quality of this ride. This has one of the most convincing underwater effects and the best version of Atlantis in theme parks, by a lot. There's a campy charm here that feels perfect for Disneysea, though it certainly didn't skimp on budget. It's such a creative ride and has that originality that the new American Disney rides need.


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