Walt Disney World is one of Disney’s largest and most popular theme parks, home to iconic properties such as the Magic Kingdom, Contemporary Resort and Epcot World Showcase. With so much to see, do, and experience, it’s mind-boggling at the amount of magic Disney can throw at its fan base. not. Some people have more than a few hiccups.
A recent Reddit post asked Disney fans, “What is the one thing you never want to do at Walt Disney World again?” Some experiences are far better than others, but it’s hard to imagine one of the most vocal fanbases on the planet thinking they’ll never do something at Disney again. Even the most die-hard Disney fans have to admit the hard truth is that sometimes things aren’t as magical as they’re advertised.
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Of course, some are considered blatant cash grabs, like the highly controversial Genie+, but others are a little better hidden behind the fairy dust of “exclusive experiences.” Character_Two_2716 appreciates the writing experience.
“Fireworks Dessert Party. It’s a cheap money grab that doesn’t offer enough to justify the price. Fool me once, shame on you Disney… You will never cheat me again.
Desserts and fireworks are one thing, but u/Jrgutknecht calls Cinderella down her throat when she adds:
“Cinderella’s Royal Table. A complete disappointment for our entire party.”
Whereas u/Reesie1689 replies with an unpleasant experience,
“10000% booked 6 months in advance. My family was hosting an exchange student from Germany. We knew she was homesick and would spend her 16th birthday with us. So we wanted to make her feel special, we made a special reservation just before fireworks time and everyone told us it was the best time to see the fireworks from the castle window I also checked with the CM we booked in.But when we got there they had closed all the curtains.I asked if we could see the fireworks and they said they couldn’t because New Fantasyland was under construction. I was pissed!It’s kind of scary to hear the fireworks coming from the castle.The kids were screaming because they didn’t know what was going on.It’s kind of a disaster. We still made the most of it, I’m not that person so I didn’t complain, but the price you pay is what you say you get. It sucks to be short-circuited from a broken experience.”
Cinderella’s royal table seems to be a living example of the saying, “Not all that glitters is gold.”
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Of course, there are some experiences that aren’t confined to the cash grab category or the overrated camp. u/MasterKlutch wrote his thoughts:
“MK’s Tomorrowland Speedway: As it stands, it needs a major overhaul. I’ve ridden it a few times with my kids, and each time I think, ‘I wish I didn’t have to ride it anymore’ (laughs).”
And u/birdlad520 replies.
“Agreed. It’s always very uncomfortable to walk there. It’s very strange that Tomorrowland still has engines that are becoming obsolete.”
Of course, these are just a handful of stories shared in the post, some of which are quite long and even tragic. Does that mean it spoils the guest experience? Absolutely not. However, fans should realize that the parks are in a constant state of evolution, and that can take a bit of trial and error, although not all Disney experiences are 100% pure. , Walt doesn’t make his visit to Disney World a gamble. Sometimes the best Disney magic isn’t just her one activity, but the kind a guest finds during a visit.
What’s a Disney experience you’ll never have again? Tell us in the comments below!