This colorful ride takes guests on a whirlwind visit with the classic Winnie the Pooh characters from the Hundred Acre Wood. As guests ride in honey pot-shaped vehicles, they bounce along with Tigger, enter the mysterious world of Heffalumps and Woozles and float through a floody place with Piglet. Colorful Animatronic figures and three-dimensional sets are used to convey the storyline of this adventure.

There is no height requirement for this ride.

Age: Attraction Review:
ages 2-4 Most young children love this attraction, although a few might be intimidated by some scenes that are a little dark.
ages 5-10 Great for kids, especially fans of Winnie-the-Pooh.
ages 11-15 Pre-teens and teens may find the ride too juvenile, unless they are fans of Winnie-the-Pooh.
ages 16-senior While there are some interesting special effects, Peter Pan's Flight is a better Fantasyland attraction for adults to visit.

Disney Tip

This is one of the longest lines in the Magic Kingdom, due to Winnie-the-Pooh being one Disney's most popular characters. To avoid the longest lines visit the first hour after the park is open or the last hour before the park closes.


If you have small children who are not interested in the thrill rides, this is one of the best attractions in the Magic Kingdom to get a FASTPASS. Make sure though you get a FASTPASS for Peter Pan's Flight first if interested, because it distributes its FASTPASSes earlier.

Disney Facts

  • Sharp eyed Disney fans will notice a painting inside Owl's house of J Thaddeus Toad from Mr. Toad's Wild Ride handing Owl a deed. This is an inside joke based on the fact that Mr. Toad's Wild Ride was replaced with The Many Adventures of Winnie-the-Pooh.
  • Pay attention to the storybooks along the ride. One of them, the words are blowing away and on another they are being washed down the page.
  • In the Floody Place, Disney designers did an amazing job of creating the illusion of water using a variety of techniques. Look carefully to see if you can spot how they accomplished the great effect.