The Two LEAST POPULAR Disney World Rides, According to the Experts

Not all Disney World rides are created equal.

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Without question, Disney World offers some of the best theme park attractions IN THE WORLD. From innovative Star Wars experiences to a journey through Pandora, the world of Avatar, Disney World boasts some insanely popular rides. However, not every ride is a huge hit with the park guests, and our experts have pinpointed two rides that severely lack in popularity.

Don’t get us wrong — we don’t hate either of these rides. In fact, one of them, especially, holds a sentimental place in our hearts. Still, the data doesn’t lie, and it looks like most parkgoers tend to skip these two attractions, lending them to have the lowest average wait times among the four Disney World Parks.

It’s important to note that wait times can be affected by factors such as capacity, ride times, and loading speed. With that said, let’s check out the two rides our experts highlighted!

TriceraTop Spin

TriceraTop Spin

TriceraTop Spin over at DinoLand, U.S.A. is Disney’s Animal Kingdom’s version of the classic Dumbo the Flying Elephant aerial carousel-style ride. The seats are kind of small which doesn’t really accommodate taller passengers and although it’s fun to fly around in dinosaurs, the ride doesn’t offer anything truly unique that can’t be found at another Disney Park.

The lack of uniqueness could be a huge factor in this ride’s lack of popularity since Animal Kingdom is absolutely stacked with rides and experiences that you can’t experience anywhere else in the world.  

TriceraTop Spin

The ride time is around 90 seconds and wait times seldom exceed 20 minutes, so if you’re looking for a quick and charming (yet forgettable) ride, TriceraTop Spin is a safe choice, especially if you have small children.

You can watch our video on Animal Kingdom right here!

Journey Into Imagination With Figment

Journey Into Imagination with Figment

It breaks our hearts to list Journey Into Imagination With Figment as one of the least popular Disney World rides, but the numbers don’t lie. We may have a ton of nostalgia for this EPCOT classic, but it seems not everyone agrees. The ride takes you on a tour of the Imagination Institute with Dr. Nigel Channing and Figment, a purple dragon and an EPCOT original character. During the tour you will explore the five senses with a comedic twist.

Journey Into Imagination With Figment

Admittedly, the perception of the ride has soured over the years due to ride changes (including the failed Journey Into YOUR Imagination). Additionally, EPCOT’s inclusion of bigger E-ticket attractions such as Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure and Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind! have begun to make Journey Into Imagination With Figment a skippable attraction if you’re running short on time.

The ride itself lasts for six minutes and wait times hardly reach over 20 minutes, although popularity can increase during the holidays when Figment gets a holiday sweater.


Are either of these rides a favorite of yours? Let us know and tell us why they should be more popular! As always, follow us here at DFB for the latest Disney World news, tips, tricks, and reviews!

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