Location: In the recreation of Liberty Hall at the back of the pavilion.
Date Opened: 10/1/1982
# of Ride Units: One theater
Ride Capacity: 1,024 people per show
Restraint Method: None
Ticket Rating: D Ticket
Ride Photo: No
Sponsor: American Express and Coca-Cola
Open/Close: Opens and closes with the park. This attraction is open during evening Extra Magic Hours but not the morning version.
Wait Times: The theater is large and it is uncommon for any show to be 100% full.
Length of Ride: 28 minutes
Single Rider: No
Queue Description: There is not real queue, just a rotunda where people wait to enter the theater. The interior decoration is detailed, and the Voices of Liberty perform in this area before many shows.
Health Restriction: None
Ride Access: An elevator is available for taking wheelchairs and ECVs to the second floor entrance into the theater. The theater has 14 designated spaces for wheelchairs and ECVs.
Wheelchair Transfer: Not necessary
Service Animals: Yes
Audio: Assistive listening, handheld captioning, and reflective captioning devices are available from Guest Services for the film portion of this attraction.
Weight and Size Issues: Should be none
Height Restriction: None
Child Swap: No
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History and Trivia
- At this location: American Adventure has been in this location since the park opened in 1981.
- The Attraction's History: The show remains essentially the same as when it opened, though it do get an update in 1993 that replaced some animatronic figures and introduced new film.
- Other Trivia:
- Sponsors: When American Adventure opened in 1982 it was jointly sponsored by American Express and Coca-Cola. Coca-Cola let their sponsorship lapse in January 1998 and the American Express relationship was lost when Disney as a whole switched its alliance to Visa in 2002.