This is the MOST Skippable Ride at Disney World. Do You Agree?

Whenever we head to Disney World, we each have our own favorite spots that are must-visits before the end of our vacations.

Tower of Terror

But, while there are plenty of attractions we could ride over and over again, we have a few that we tend to pass up during our time in the parks. And, we wanted to know what rides our AllEars readers choose to skip when they’re in Disney World!

After we asked our All Ears which attractions they always skip in the parks on our Facebook page, we received hundreds of comments with everyone’s choices on which rides to leave behind. Although our readers had thoughts about why they don’t choose to go on certain rides, we saw a trend with the top nine rides that our readers have no problem skipping.

Mad Tea Party

Our top three winners had a VERY close number of votes with Mission: SPACE coming in first, followed by the Mad Tea Party in second and Astro Orbiter in third. However, our readers had very similar reasons for making adding these rides to their skip lists since they are all “spinny rides” that may through your vertigo off!

All Ears Poll

Although it’s a classic, other Disney fans needed a break from “it’s a small world” with its bright atmosphere and catchy (but very repetitive) song!

it’s a small world

A few of the other attractions on the list, like the Tower of Terror and Space Mountain, were picked to skip by our readers since they’re a little more on the intense side of Disney attractions.

Space Mountain

Some Disney fans, though, didn’t like specific elements of rides in the parks, like the smell of the gasoline at the Tomorrowland Speedway

Tomorrowland Speedway

…or getting soaked on Splash Mountain!

Splash Mountain

Lastly, a couple of our readers skip rides in Disney World due to the big wait times and queues at popular attractions. While it may be one of the most well-known places to visit in the Magic Kingdom, Peter Pan’s Flight made our readers’ lists because of its longer wait times.

Peter Pan’s Flight

That’s not all, though! You can check out all the responses that our fans had about which rides they choose to skip in Disney World on our Facebook page! Be sure to stay tuned for more polls and questionnaires so we can hear YOUR thoughts on everything Disney.

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What rides do you skip when you’re in Disney World? Let us know in the comments below!

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Rachel Franko has been going to Disney Parks since she was a baby, and her love of Disney has only grown into a SLIGHT obsession since! She's been writing for AllEars since 2019 and loves sharing the magic with all the readers. When she's not writing, you can catch her heading to Disney and Universal Studios with a heart full of dreams and a backpack full of themed ears!

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4 Replies to “This is the MOST Skippable Ride at Disney World. Do You Agree?”

  1. I skip Navi River Journey. It’s usually too long a wait considering the length and thrill factor of the ride.

  2. The picture in this post of Teacup ride says it all; look at the man just to the left of the big yellow cup! He looks properly spun! I happen to like the Small World song. It’s cherry and uplifting. Am I the only one? Finally, Jungle Cruise is corny but lovable except-it needs a clearer sound system. Most of the jokes are too quick and garbled. Jungle Cruise Skippers, make your voice heard! And add a new joke now and then, if you dare. I know, you have to stick to your script like Safari drivers in Animal Kingdom. That I can hear. And I do like hearing names for the various groups of animals. A lot of flamingoes is called a Flamboyance. See, I learned something.

  3. I could skip space mountain because the track is old and herky jerky. If it were smooth like Rockin Roller Coaster it would be a must have for me. Members of my family get headaches from Space Mountain. I don’t like Dinosaur. The shaking you around (possible neck injuries) turns me off. The attraction/story isn’t that great. Not a fan of splash mountain or any water ride at Disney. I don’t want to walk around wet and uncomfortable. I liked Tea Cups until my kids figured out how to spin the middle wheel. I am the same age as the Magic Kingdom, and I like the classic rides and the newer ones like 7 Dwarfs Mine train. I plan to fly down just to ride tron.

    1. I can’t figure out why Disney doesn’t upgrade Tomorrowland Speedway to E/V’s. It would be safer, easier for the pit crew, better for the environment, would all around punch the right buttons for everyone.