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Magic Kingdom: Tomorrowland
A bright, kinetic tribute to wonder and scientific exploration, Tomorrowland is considered by most guests to be the most memorable part of the Magic Kingdom. Tomorrowland is a fiction-and-fantasy-mingled tribute to "the tomorrow that never was" because, frankly, the real future isn't all that interesting.
Tomorrowland Indy Speedway
Race with Indiana Jones on the "Indy" speedway! But because this is the future, Dr. Jones is more than a hundred years old, kept alive by a series of computers and tubes, and can no longer distinguish the gas and brake pedals. Good luck, drivers!
Supposedly a gigantic mountain constructed entirely from space, this is in reality just a big empty lot. Despite its supposed artistic merit and thought-provokingness, we can't understand why people stand in line to look at this thing.
Tomorrowland Transit Authority
This system of self-motivated vehicles is in Tomorrowland, but it doesn't really "transit" anyone and has no authority. One out of three isn't bad, I guess. In any case, this is the longest, most involved method in all the Magic Kingdom for taking guests from a starting place back to their starting place without much happening in the meantime.
Ever wonder what it would be like if Dumbo were a rocket? Now's your chance to find out!
Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin
Ever wonder what it would be like if the Haunted Mansion's ghosts were replaced with space creatures and all the guests were armed? Now's your chance to find out!
Stitch's Great Escape!
Ever wonder what it would be like if Disney made a Stitch-themed attraction that stunk? Now's your chance to find out!
Carousel of Progress This centrifuge of technological wonders is a Magic Kingdom original (although, for a time, there was a cheap copy at Disneyland). Guests enter a theater to watch an animatronic presentation of the progress of technology from ancient times (1920) to the far future (1980). During the presentation, the theater rotates slowly so that guests can see the show from all sides.
Trivia: Keep an eye on Uncle Orville in the bathtub. After the theater rotates 180 degrees, you can see the back side of water! Amazing!
Laugh Floor Comedy Club
Join those hilarious monsters from Monsters, Inc. in a laugh-filled show that isn't open yet.
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