There are many things that you and your family can do to pass the time while waiting in line for your favorite ride or attraction at Walt Disney World. Some of the coolest ways are built right into the attraction itself. While heading into some of your favorite rides, you will find an Interactive Queue that are designed for both the young and young-at-heart. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh includes 4 areas of fun and games. Including Rabbit’s Garden where there are vegetables that play music and Eeyore’s house that you can crawl through. Knock on Piglet’s door and hear him inside or draw shapes on the Hunny Wall.
Our Favorite is at Haunted Mansion. The Musical Crypt plays a haunted tune as you press the embossed musical instruments. Watch out for the drizzling sneeze and the water leaks from the Sepulcher of the Sea Captain tomb and push the books that pop out mysteriously at The Secret Library.
At Epcot, Test Track has an Interactive Queue will have you designing and creating the perfect virtual custom concept car based on Capability, Efficiency, Responsiveness and of course Power. Add in some special touches before boarding a special “SIM car” and experience how it handles all the tests.
It’s pretty awesome that these attractions come with an Interactive Queue to help pass the time while waiting in line. I’ve had my kids ask to go on rides again just to play with the stuff in the queue or even feel disappointed that there wasn’t a line. These queues are well thought out and an experience in themselves. Which attraction has your favorite Interactive Queue?
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