Take a Journey Under the Sea with the Little Mermaid and AllEars TV

Our latest episode of AllEars TV takes you on a very special trip with everyone’s favorite mermaid-turned-princess, Ariel!

That’s right, we’re going swimming today as we hop in a clam shell and ride Magic Kingdom’s Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid! We’re going to share with you trivia, tips and secrets as we ride through this musical Disney World attraction.

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Debra Martin Koma wrote about food, travel and lifestyle issues for a number of local and national publications before she fell in love with Walt Disney World on her first visit — when she was 34! She's returned to her Laughing Place more times than she can count in the ensuing years, and enthusiastically shares her passion with readers of AllEars.Net and AllEars®. Deb also co-authored (along with Deb Wills) PassPorter's Open Mouse for Walt Disney World and the Disney Cruise Line, a travel guide designed for all travelers to Walt Disney World who may require special attention, from special diets to mobility issues.

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  1. They clearly were expecting very long lines for this ride based on the looong journey getting to the ride itself. They have enough room to put in a whole other ride. I’ve always wondered why there is never a line here because it’s as good a dark ride as any, and much fresher and cleaner looking in there than Peter Pan. I’ve never understood why Pan is so popular other than it being a classic Disney ride. It’s not that it’s a great ride, but more that people have it in their heads that you MUST do this ride and it’s become a thing. Same with Toy Story Mania. It’s more the idea that “it’s a big deal”. I don’t know why this surprises me because of the sheep mentality, but it does. I love this ride and think they did a fabulous job, the interactive line, amazing theming, but it really is overlooked. I don’t know what they could’ve done to make it any better? I prefer the old omnimover style rides. That is what makes Disney, Disney for me. It also keeps things moving for the most part. I’ve never been able to understand why the line is always at a complete stand still for Pan. How is that even possible?