Magic Kingdom Extinct Attractions

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If you could fly

1987 is when If you could Fly debuted
1989 is when If you could Fly was retired

If You Had Wings

102 ocean-blue OmniMover vehicles were used in the now extinct If You Had Wings attraction, which closed in June 1, 1987.

 

Delta Dreamflight

1989 is when Delta Dream Flight Debuted

1995 is when Delta Dream Flight was retired

5 minutes was the ride time

2 guests could sit in each ride vehicle

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

1971 is when 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea debuted.

1996 is when 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea was retired.

11.5 million gallons of water were in the 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea tank when it was in operation.

38 passenger (39 with the Cast Member "Captain") subs used in the 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea attraction based on the Disney film of the same name were distinguished by their Roman numeral markings on the outside.

24 subs that operated at Walt Disney World and Disneyland at-traction called 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.

61 feet was the length of each submarine at 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.

58 tons is the weight of a submarine at 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.

Mr. Toads Wild Ride

1971 is when Mr. Toads Wild Ride debuted

1998 is when Mr. Toads Wild Ride was retired

2 minutes is how long the ride lasted.

Extra TERRORestrial Alien Encounter

162 people per show

18 minute show is what Extra TERRORestrial Alien Encounter used to be

48” height requirement and minimum age of 7 due to the fright factor.

Snow White's Scary Adventures

1971 is when Snow White’s Scary Adventures debuted.

1994 is when Snow White’s Scary Adventures was refurbished.

4 guests can ride in 1 vehicle at the same time.

66 guest can ride the attraction at one time.

3 minutes is the ride time of Snow White’s Scary Adventure.

SpectroMagic Parade

1991 is when the SpectoMagic Parade debuted.

2001 is when SpectoMagic Parade was revised.

2008 is when SpectoMagic Parade was revised again.

31 total floats are in the parade.

6 whirly pods are in the parade.

592’ is the length of most of the floats(with Tow Bars – 664’).

258,000 lbs is the estimated weight of 1 of the floats.

117 Tons is the weight of an average parade float.

5-F unit, the Chernabog, is the longest float.

30’6” is the wing span of the Chernbog float.

7’6” is the shortest float which is unit 4-D the Bubble Fish.

14’0” is the widest float which is unit 3-A The Peacock float.

3’11” is the thinest float which is unit 4-D The Bubble Fish.

24’0” is the tallest float which is unit 6-E the Carousel float.

286 square feet is the largest float which is unit 1-B, the Ti-tle float.

948 batteries are used on the floats.

442,260 watts are used by all the floats in the parade.

204 speakers are used in all of the floats.

72,000 watts of audio is produced for the parade.

112 batteries are used for the audio.

342,270 mini lights are used in the parade.

11 different colors of mini lights are used including clear.

54,892 is the most lights used on 1 float, unit 6-E, the Carrousel.

2,722 is the float with the least amount of lights, unit 4-G, Sebastian.

11 colors is used on unit 6-E, the Carousel, which is the most colors used on any float.

118 cast members are in the parade, that includes float drivers and parade coordinators.

65 pounds is the weight of 1 battery used in the parade.

100 miles (approximately) of fiber-optic cables and threads become conduits for shimmering lights that create everything from the strands of "hair" on King Triton's beard to giant four-foot hibiscus blooms and three-foot daisy petals in Disney’s Spectra-Magic Parade.

600,000 miniature lights chase in wild patterns, moving in perfect concert with sound effects and music. Goofy's xylophone keys dance with light at his touch. Mickey's cape transforms in a 24-step cascade of color sweeping from shoulder height to the base of the float and upward to 17 feet above his head. It's a "first" for a float, accomplished through a custom computer for the SpectroMagic Parade.

20 minutes is the length of SpectroMagic Parade.

17 feet tall is the length of Mickey’s Bright cape.

18 towers are on Cinderella’s castle.

30 computers are needed to keep SpectroMagic running.

75 tons of batteries are needed used to power the parade.

Celebrate A Dream Come True Parade

2001 is when the Celebrate A Dream Come True Parade debuted.

2006 is when the Celebrate A Dream Come True Parade was revised.

15 minutes is the time the parade lasts.

3 o’clock PM is the start time of the parade.

7 floats are in the parade.

3:07 is when the parade arrives in Liberty Square.

3:15 is when the parade arrives at Cinderella's castle.

3:25 is when the parade arrives on Main Street, USA. When it starts from Frontierland

Mickey’s Toontown Fair

Mickey’s Toontown Fair

4 attractions are in Mickey’s Toontown Fair.

1 dining location is in Mickey’s Toontown Fair.

2 shopping locations are in Mickey’s Toontown Fair.

7th land is Toontown. It was the only one added to the original park layout.

1988 was when Mickey’s Birthdayland was opened for Mickey’s 60th birthday and eventually became Mickey’s Toontown Fair and a per-manent 7th land.

Donald's Boat

1996 is when Donald’s Boat debuted

60 guests can ride Donald’s boat at 1 time

Mickey's Country House

1998 is when Mickey’s Country House came to town.

2,100 props were purchased to use in Mickey’s Toontown.

985 props were made from scratch by Imagineering for Mickey’s Toontown.

125 guests can go through Mickey’s house at 1 time in order to meet the resident at the end of their tour.

Minnie's Country House

1996 is when Minnie’s Country House came to town.

0 is the number of bedrooms in Minnie’s house.

125 guests can be in Minnie’s House at 1 time.

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