Location: Near the Tomorrowland entrance to Fantasyland; opposite Mad Tea Party.
Date Opened: 6/5/1999
# of Ride Units: 12 honey pots
Ride Capacity: 4 adults per honey pot
Restraint Method: Lapbar
Ticket Rating: C Ticket
Ride Photo: No
Open/Close: Opens and closes with the park. This attraction is open during both morning and evening Extra Magic Hours.
Wait Times: A very popular ride with children, wait times can easily become more than 45 minutes. Using FastPass is highly recommended.
Length of Ride: 3 minutes
Single Rider: No
Queue Description: As of November 2010, the queue was given a complete makeover, heavily theming the often lengthy wait for the ride. In addition to normal prop theme elements putting you in the Hundred Acre Woods, there are also many interactive elements primarily intended to entertain young children.
Health Restriction: Minimal, gentle bouncing in one room of the attraction may be uncomfortable for some conditions.
Ride Access: Users of ECVs and large wheelchairs must transfer to standard wheelchairs before entering queue. Riders using wheelchairs will have to wait for specially constructed "hunny pot" vehicle to come around before boarding (should be no more than 4 minutes).
Wheelchair Transfer: It is not required, though if using an ECV or large wheelchair transferring to a standard wheelchair will be necessary.
Service Animals: Yes
Audio: Hand-held captioning devices are available from Guest Services.
Weight and Size Issues: Might be cramped for two large people to sit in same row.
Height Restriction: None
Child Swap: Yes
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History and Trivia
- At this location: To make room for The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, in 1998 Mr. Toad's Wild Ride was closed for good. That ride had been at the park since opening day in 1971.
- The Attraction's History: As part of the Fantasyland expansion, November 2010 saw the introduction of a new extensively themed queue for this ride. In addition to more traditional theming, child-friendly itneractive elements were added such as a giant book page that responds when you knock on it, crates that can be crawled throgh, and gophers that pop up out of their holes. More advanced is an electronic display of flowing honey in which guests can write using their fingers.