Preschoolers, Kids, Tweens
Rider Switch, Indoor
Discover the delightful world of Winnie the Pooh and pals as the Hundred Acre Wood comes to life!
Glide by stories bursting with fun, friendship and everyone’s stuffed-with-fluff favorite, the Silly Old Bear himself. Winnie the Pooh welcomes you to join his magical journey through the Hundred Acre Wood where you’ll encounter Eeyore, Gopher, Kanga, Piglet, Tigger and tiny Roo too.
Surrounded by a cast of colorful characters, sit back, relax and sail through these song-filled scenes for one “hunny” of a musical adventure!
Swirl ‘n’ twirl in a whirlwind of leaves as blustery winds whisk you away.
Owl’s Humbly, Rumbly House
Pay a visit to Pooh’s wise, old pal as his nest nearly topples in a state of unrest.
Bouncy, Trouncy, Flouncy, Pouncy
The wonderful thing about Tigger, is that he’s the only one—bop and bounce along to Tigger’s famous tune!
Drift in and out of Pooh’s honey of a dream as he guards his most precious prize.
They’re Black, Brown, Up, Down
Clever Heffalumps and wily Woozles spring out and sing about stealing Pooh’s honey.
Rain, Rain, Rain Came Down, Down, Down
Rock around the rapids as Piglet and pals rush straight for the falls.
Start the Party
The tale concludes as the Hundred Acre Wood gang gathers to say “Hooray!” and celebrate Piglet’s rescue.
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh made its 1999 debut at Magic Kingdom park in Walt Disney World Resort. Slightly different versions opened in Critter Country at the Disneyland Resort, in 2003, and Fantasyland at Tokyo Disneyland in 2000, where it’s called Pooh’s Hunny Hunt.
Based on scenes from Disney’s animated film of the same name, the popular attraction stars A.A. Milne’s beloved “bear of very little brain” and music from Disney Legends Richard and Robert Sherman.
The tales published in A.A. Milne’s 1926 book of verse, Winnie the Pooh, originated from bedtime stories the author made up about the friendship between a stuffed bear and his real-life son, Christopher Robin. Now, 90 years later, the stories continue at Shanghai Disneyland!
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