Top 10 Worst Disneyland Rides
The Top Ten
It's too slow and smelly, yet the objects are too small and the tracks are guided, so no fun.
They should update the ride and make the track bigger, less/non guided and have the objects bigger and the vehicles faster.
The Radiator Springs Racers ride has good speed to update these vehicles to. - DisneyFan
My mom and sister forced me on this ride >:(
The only good thing about the ride is that includes robotic children dressed up from multicultural backgrounds. It goes to show that people came from an international background despite many differences and that we respect each other. On the other hand, I can't stand that song! "It's A Small World After All" felt like a theme song for the United Nations. You'd have to stay in that boat ride listening to that repetitive Disney song all over again.
I was forced on this ride by my mom and sister. 9 years ago, they forced me on it when we were at Disney World. WHY?
Don't like this one, it's boring. - myusernameisthis
Just sucks - TeamRocket747
I can't believe this is replacing Tower Of Terror.
This NEEDS to be number one, it replaced one of the best rides and is no good.
This is number one for sure especially at monsters after dark during Halloween.
It sucks that it replace tower of terror, BUT WHY IS IT EVEN ONTHIS LIST!?!?!? It’s the best ride in the resort as of 2018
this should be the worst
The one ride that nobody liked. The "celebrities" looked so uncanny, and the ride was borring. I'm glad the Monsters Inc. ride replaced it.
Oh my gosh - Maddox121
Actually kinda intense, but it only lasts like under a minute. - myusernameisthis
It's a ride for all you kiddies who like roller coasters
I'll just go with something more intense
A fat worm who makes weird slurping noises and talks too much. I'm so happy they're getting rid of this stupid ride!
I was forced on this ride >:(
It is very cramped
Long lines for the most boring ride in the park!
It’s a ride where you wait in a long line to ride a “submarine” that’s not for claustrophobic people and it takes you through a few scenes of unoriginal Nemo props.
When it first opened 9 years after the closure of the famous hit 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, the wait time was 6 hours long, and most of the queue was outdoors and not providing of refreshments, which meant burning up in the sun, and the whole experience of the ride is just a few minutes of simple scenery in a tightly enclosed vehicle.
Yet wait times today can still reach an hour or 2.
Don’t ride this if you hate long lines/are claustrophobic. - Gregory
NO! - NickXH
It didn’t fit the layout and was so dangerous they shut it down and dismantled it. - Gregory
lampwick is a donkey and the jackass and he is scary and so was monstro.
A disgrace to all of us Californians
I was traumatized when I rode this. It will ruin your day. just so scary, aahh! -TaylorGig
It’s rethemed into Incredicoaster and other than that it’s a basic roller coaster that’ll make you scream and poop your pants. - Gregory
I’m surprised nobody posted this sorry excuse for a dark ride on this list. I know everybody likes Pooh and I don’t blame them. I grew up with that silly old bear and I have fond memories of him, but this ride is an ugly mark on Walt Disney’s Magic Kingdom. Everything looks cheap, the story is muddled (first the wind, THEN transition to the rain?! C’mon! ), the vehicles wobble for no reason, and - more importantly - it replaced a far superior attraction that is the Country Bear Playhouse! If you’re going to replace an old attraction with a new one, it has to be BETTER than the old one! Seriously people, this ride makes Snow White’s Scary Adventures look like Pirates of the Caribbean! Disney, when are you going to learn that this is the most UNPOPULAR ride at Disneyland?! Fix it so it can be up to league with Pooh’s Hunny Hunt from Tokyo and, for goodness sake, BRING BACK THE COUNTRY BEARS! IT’S TIME TO STOP!
It gives you lots of anticipation, but it turns out to be a gentle up and down ride.
It’s not much better than riding a normal elevator in a hotel. - Gregory
Drop towers are WAY better!
Just another rocket ride
A basic swing ride with a bit of Disney theming to the Silly Symphony story with the William Tell Overture finale playing. - Gregory
Another kiddie coaster
I know you might have a hard time believing on here, but remember when it opened, people waited 6+ hours to ride it and lined up from the Entrance to California Adventure.
It was torture for everyone, though they did end up with a decent ride.
A decent ride with an overcrowded line. - Gregory