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Peter Pan's Flight

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At A Glance Yet another classic Disney attraction - the most memorable section of which is the night-flight over the rooftops of London.

Peter Pan's Flight takes guests on a short journey through the various notable scenes from the 1953 Disney film Peter Pan, which was in turn inspired by James M. Barrie's novel about the small boy that refused to grow up.

The ride itself is a slow "suspended flight" ride where guests sit in small versions of Captain Hook's ship, suspended below the ride track itself. There's nothing to fear from the ride turning into a roller-coaster style ride though, because it never even mamages to reach walking speed at any point, so it's tame enough for all to be able to partake, although if you suffer from a chronic fear of heights you may not like a couple of scenes. Having said that, you're never more than a few feet off the ground at any point, so you'd have to suffer from a pretty serious case of vertigo to have a problem with the ride.

During the ride, the guest is taken through various scenes from the film, probably the most spectacular of which is a flight over night-time London, complete with the Thames, Big Ben, London Bridge, and even vehicles on the streets that actually move. The whole scene being lit by hundreds of small lights, to the theme "You can fly" from the film.



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