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There are so many great reasons to visit Disney parks: meeting your favorite characters; trying unique foods; and seeing spectacular live shows, to name a few. But for most of the Disney-going crowd, there’s nothing quite like the thrill of the rides. Thanks to that famous Disney magic, you can ride through Neverland, outer space, or even your own imagination, experiences that are tough to beat at any other theme park.
The downside, though, is that many of those rides have hour-plus wait times and mere-minutes ride times—worth it for many people, sure, but still a little frustrating. That couldn’t be further from the truth for Disney World’s longest ride: the Carousel of Progress. Located in the Tomorrowland area of Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, the Carousel lasts approximately 20 minutes and 45 seconds. That’s longer than some of the park’s shows! Here are more behind-the-scenes secrets Disney employees won’t tell you.
To be fair, the Carousel of Progress isn’t a traditional “ride” where you strap in and get whisked away. Instead, it’s more of a show with the added element of motion. Passengers sit in a rotating theater and travel through the 20th century. In four segments, an animatronic family details the many inventions that ushered in the modern age.
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