Peter Pan’s Flight

A popular dark ride from day one, Peter Pan’s Flight in Fantasyland at Disneyland stands out for two reasons. It consistently sees long wait times from the park’s opening til closing, and it uses a ride vehicle and track system that was unique in 1955 and remains a fan-favorite to this day.

 Interesting architectural elements include wood ornamentation surrounding the clock faces, herringbone brick pattern in the clock tower mid-section, flower pot shelves on the second storey windows over the queue and loading area, and two distinct copper weather vanes: Captain Hook’s pirate ship atop the clock tower and Hook’s nemesis crocodile atop the hexagonal queue roof.