We Want THIS Walt Disney World Ride at Disneyland!

A while ago a brought you our wish for a Disneyland ride at Walt Disney World, and now we are flipping the script to bring you our wish for a Disney World ride in Disneyland!

Sleeping Beauty Castle Photo by Rob Sparacio, Disneyland) ©Disney

As you might expect, this caused much debate on the AllEars team! Here we go!

With four parks’ worth of rides to compete for this title, we quickly eliminated any rides that were already at Disneyland. That elimination included rides with different names or theming such as Animal Kingdom’s Dinosaur, which is pretty much Disneyland’s Indiana Jones Adventure.

So which Walt Disney World rides do we want to see at Disneyland?

Dinosaur

Magic Kingdom’s Seven Dwarfs Mine Train

How could this not make the list?

Seven Dwarfs Mine Train in Fantasyland in the Magic Kingdom
Seven Dwarfs Mine Train

The rocking cars, the wicked witch, and Dopey wearing his diamond “glasses”. There is so much to love about this ride — except the line and impossible-to-get-FastPass status, but we will overlook those and add it to the list!

Epcot’s Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind

Okay, so none of us have ridden this ride yet — but by all accounts it sounds amazing! Billed as a storytelling coaster with ride vehicles that have us actually facing the action rather than buzzing right by it sounds like something we want to ride yesterday!

Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind Concept Art ©Disney

Plus, it’s themed to Guardians of the Galaxy, which we hope means a fun throwback soundtrack and some of that Guardians irreverence and fun. This would be a perfect addition to Disney California Adventure’s Avengers Campus.

Hollywood Studios’ Slinky Dog Dash

Another long line, impossible-to-get-FastPass ride made our list!

Slinky Dog Dash

But after eliminating all of the rides in Hollywood Studios that have a match in Disneyland, our list was not very long for a Hollywood Studios attraction for the move west. We had to pick this fun-loving ride with our buddy Slinky telling us to “hold on” as we Go! Go! Go!

Animal Kingdom’s Avatar Flight of Passage

This park was our easiest pick!

Flight of Passage

Hands down Avatar Flight of Passage wins our vote for a move out west! Yes, it’s another one with line and FastPass availability issues, but there is a very good reason for that: this ride is groundbreaking.  With more Pandora films being released we can only see this ride getting better!

We have our finalists, now the really hard decision and debate. Which of these four rides do we want at Disneyland?

The “winner” of our vote is…

Seven Dwarfs Mine Train

Seven Dwarfs Mine Train! We think this would be a fun addition to Disneyland and fit into the park perfectly.

What do you think? Which Disney World ride do you want in Disneyland? Let us know in the comments!

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Sarah has built a career in communications and marketing that started when she was the editor of her high school newspaper. She has written for AllEars.net since 2018, and enjoys sharing Disney news and updates with the AllEars community. She's been a Disney fan ever since her first visit to Walt Disney World when she was 5, and has been known to arrange trips around visiting a Disney park!

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4 Replies to “We Want THIS Walt Disney World Ride at Disneyland!”

  1. I’d like the new Ratatoiulle ride , especially since it wouldn’t take up too much room (they could put it, easily, in either of the the two mostly empty buildings on either side of Mike and Sulley to the Rescue and it would fit thematically with that and Mickey’s Philarmagic!

  2. As a Disneyland native, the answer is none, we want each resort to have unique attractions and stop copying attractions from one to the other.

    In fact I think there should be at least a 25 year exclusivity period for all attractions, meaning that attraction can’t open in any other park for a minimum of 25 years after being opened.

  3. I don’t like seeing repeats in any of the parks. I want totally different things to give me a bigger reason to travel. This is the main reason my dream trip would be to Tokyo Disney Sea! Something completely new!