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Top 10 Disney Rides for Kids Under 12

Disneyland is an enchanting and adventurous theme Park where your kids can enjoy the different kinds of ride. Don’t know what ride to start first?

Here are the 10 rides that your kids under 12 will surely enjoy.

1. Dumbo the Flying Elephant

Who wouldn’t love Dumbo the Flying Elephant, right? Every kid likes to ride the Dumbo’s back as the circular ride soars on the air.


2. King Arthur’s Carousel

Kids will surely be delighted with the gentle ride with the merry-go-round. Enjoy the enchanting view of the theme park tower atop the majestic steed.


3. Peter Pan’s Flight

Disneyland’s original ride- Peter Pan’s Flight has remained as one of the popular and favorite rides among all. Kids will soar over the rooftops aboard a pirate’s ship.


4. Magic Carpets of Aladdin

Your kid will squeal in enjoyment with this ride wherein the riders are allowed to control the ascent and descent. This is a four-seater ride where the family can enjoy riding while watching the aerial view of the park.


5. Jungle Cruise in Adventureland

Embark to a wonderful and adventurous ride aboard the Jungle Cruise.


6. Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

Kids who are not afraid of the dark can enjoy this ride. This six-seater honey pot is the sweetest and most beloved Disney ride by kids. Meet and sing along with Winnie the Pooh, Tigger and the other friends from the Hundred Acre Wood.


7. Pirates of the Caribbean

Its an adventure time aboard the pirate ship. Enjoy the Adventureland attractions and its treasure, the gentle and exciting waterfall drop ride.


8. Tomorrowland Speedway

Kids, who love to drive a car? Go and drive with your parents on the double-seater ride. Start your engine and enjoy the ride!


9.  It’s a small world

Loves musical ride? Embark the boat trip around “the world”.


10.  Alice in Wonderland in Fantasyland

Enjoyed Peter Pan’s Flight? Why don’t you try among cheerful dark ride? Ride on a big caterpillar for an adventure through White Rabbit’s House to Tulgey Wood, and the Queen’s Garden.