One of – if not the most – classic Disney Rides is Peter Pan’s Flight. Be prepared to wait (or sign up for a FastPass), but young and old seem to adore this treasure. I’ll take you through a pictorial tour of the ride.
Here we are approaching the ride entrance:
A 30 minute wait? Someone arrived early or is just plain lucky.
Here we are! Approaching the boarding of our ship through this classic ride. Excitement and anticipation builds.
We start out taking off with Peter Pan’s shadow encouraging the Darling’s to go with him as we sly through the nursery.
If I could slow the ride down here I would, as I love looking at the little lights, boats and sounds of London. 2 shots of this scene:
Next we approach the scene with the children and Pan’s silhouettes flying across the face of the moon on to Neverland.
Then as you approach the next scene you have to be on the lookout as this happens quick but you can see this little pirate ship fire a cannon shot at each passing ship.
Next we see some volcanoes and pretty flora. And suddenly, the mermaid scene appears. Heavens-to-Betsy, one of them happens to be the famous Ariel from the Little Mermaid.
Drum beats surround sound you as you fly by Tiger Lily and the Indian tribe.
Now you can get a good look at Skull Rock as you approach Peter and the Pirates.
Here are a couple of good scenes with Wendy walking the plank. Smee can be seen to our left, several other pirates are on deck. As you fly by, you can look back and get this interesting scene of Wendy with Skull Rock on the background.
Tick-tock, as you see the Crock.
Peter takes over the Pirate ship! And wow, I have never noticed that Tinker Bell is in this scene. But you can see her directly above Wendy’s head against the black background.
Meanwhile, Captain Hook is in trouble, again. Help him Smee!
The final scene is really just a portrait similar to the end of the movie.
Alas, it has gotten here much to soon, but it is now time to disembark.
We hope you enjoyed your pictorial tour of Disney World’s Peter Pan’s Flight.