TOP 5 Disney Dark Rides

TOP 5 Disney Dark Rides

Did you know that the first Dark Rides were Ghost Trains/Haunted houses found at carnivals in the 1900's? Lucky for us, Disney took it to the next level. Here's our faves. 

 

Deana's top 5

  1. Haunted Mansion
  2. Pirates of the Caribbean
  3. Splash Mountain
  4. Spaceship Earth
  5. Mr. Toad's Wild Ride

Patrick's top 5

  1. Splash Mountain
  2. Haunted Mansion
  3. Spaceship Earth
  4. Dinosaur! 
  5. Pirates of the Caribbean
 

Check out the rest of the topics covered on the DISNEY DINK podcast episode 3.0 here

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