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Rides for a wuss?

Discussion in 'Walt Disney World' started by chipndale, Jul 25, 2008.

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    Hi - this may be a huge question but are there any rides that a wuss who doesnt like thrill rides can go on? Ive read loads about coasters which I hate but nothing much about gentle rides or shows

    Are the rides all marked so we'll know which will be ok
     
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    Yes, there are warning signs for the fast paced thrill rides. :yes: There are loads of easy going rides!

    Spaceship Earth, Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean, Small World, Living with the Land, Nemo, Ellen's Energy Adventure, The Safari, Great Movie Ride, People Mover, Maelstrom, and loads of other "children's" style rides (like Dumbo and Flying Carpets, etc.). At least that is at WDW. :yes:
     
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    I don't do thrill rides either but as Tink said, there are other rides and shows EVERYWHERE

    Little unknowns like the animators class at hollywood studios or major but non-thrill rides like backlot tour.

    TTA is a must at MK :) buzz lightyear, haunted mansion

    I'm NEVER short of anything to do :)
     
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    There are definitely more easy going rides/shows than the knuckle clinchers. :D
     
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    you betcha :) we of the wuss nature have to have our rides too lol...SleepinCatz don't "Do" rollercoasters!
     
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    One of the best is Soarin', it's a great ride
     
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    Lots of shows and easy rides at WDW.

    No experience with US/IOA or SeaWorld, though.
     
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    Sea World doesn't really have many rides at all. US/IOA has quite a few thrill rides, one of the reasons I don't much care for it there.
     

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