Type of Attraction
Ride. This ride is a dark ride that takes you on a psychedelic adventure!
- Audio Description
- Transfer from ECV to wheelchair or remain in wheelchair
- Service Animal Permitted
- Video Captioning
- Minimum Height: No restrictions
About the attraction
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is a fun ride for all ages. It is located in Critter Country across from Splash Mountain’s entrance.
After riding, meet and have your picture taken with Pooh or one of
his friends in the center of Critter Country.
Each vehicle seats 6 guests and there is a vehicle that accommodates wheelchairs if needed.
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This attraction takes place indoors and is air conditioned year round.
The ride lasts 4 minutes taking you through 4 different scenes.
This attraction replaced The Country Bear Jamboree in 2003. As your vehicle leaves the Huffalump/Woozle room, look up and backward to see Max, Buff, and Melvin from the Bear Jamboree in the archway.
While there are no jerky turns or dips, the ride vehicle does rock back and forth. This rocking is turned off for wheelchair and accessible vehicles.
Tip!Unless you are riding in the wheelchair accessible vehicle, the ride vehicle rocks side to side throughout the attraction. You may ask the cast member on duty for a non-rocking vehicle, just note that this may increase how long you have to wait to board. The rocking is gentle but feels intense when dealing with post-surgery pain.
The queue is outdoors and is partly shaded and ADA compliant. We have no issues pushing a wheelchair through it. There are a few narrow turns and slight inclines.
Follow the instructions given by Guest Relations
Wheelchair, ECV, and Service Animals
This attraction does not require a return time. The queue is fully
Guests may also remain in their wheelchair by riding in an accessible vehicle if needed.
If using a motorized scooter you will need to transfer to a wheelchair if you are unable to transfer into a regular vehicle.
Service animals are permitted on this ride.
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