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I Remember... Lost Attractions of WDW & More Discuss Lets expand this a bit - What is your favorite Epcot extinct attraction? in the I Remember... forums; God, there's so many. Where do I start? (See, this is what happens when you go to Disney every year since it opened.) 1. Magic Journeys. How I MISS that ...
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    God, there's so many. Where do I start? (See, this is what happens when you go to Disney every year since it opened.)

    1. Magic Journeys. How I MISS that movie.
    2. The World of Motion. That crash scene was amazing.
    3. Horizons. I loved the orange groves.
    4. It wasn't an attraction, per se, but does anyone remember the afternoon show called "Skylaidascope?" It had rainbow gliders, rainbow biplanes, and boats on the lagoon shaped like big dragons...and Dreamfinder sang the theme song, "Magical Rainbows." Very, very cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyManiac
    4. It wasn't an attraction, per se, but does anyone remember the afternoon show called "Skylaidascope?" It had rainbow gliders, rainbow biplanes, and boats on the lagoon shaped like big dragons...and Dreamfinder sang the theme song, "Magical Rainbows." Very, very cool.
    I LOVED that show! But, it was forever ago and I didn't remember what it was called! Wow, you have really made my day!
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    EPCOT center, first off

    Horizons
    World of Motion
    Kitchen Kabaret

    I miss everything EPCOT center used to be

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    I met my husband at Horizons. He was a ride engineer and I was on the Test and Adjust Crew. That ride will always have a special place in my heart !

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    awh that's so sweet!
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    20,000 and Mr. Toad

    I will never get over the closing of Mr. Toads Wild Ride and especially 20,000 Leagues. Who cares if Mr Toad was the only one drinking at the MK : ) When I was seven, I really thought I was saving a boat full of guests from the giant octupus.

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    I loved 20,000 Leagues. But one I miss is the old Animation Tour. I loved the Robin Williams/Walter Cornkite movie and watching the real live animators behind glass like aquarium fish. Seriously, though. I always thought that was cool. My DH refuses to go into the Animation Tour now because he misses it also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WDW Donna
    But one I miss is the old Animation Tour. I loved the Robin Williams/Walter Cornkite movie and watching the real live animators behind glass like aquarium fish. Seriously, though. I always thought that was cool. My DH refuses to go into the Animation Tour now because he misses it also.

    And the movie clips at the end. I always burst into tears at the sad part.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marty3d
    I missed that - I was at WDW right before and right after the Millenium. I had hoped to see that. So add that as an Epcot attraction that I miss because I missed it.
    I have to agree with this previous post.
    I loved the Millenium village too. I loved the mini-golf, the food, and the Dance game
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    I just came across this thread, I'm all about the classic "Epcot Center" from the 80s...

    Magic Journeys in the Magic Eye Theater, that witch gave me nightmares!

    The original Journey Into Imagination ride and Image Works playground of the future. Very cool.

    HORIZONS - So sad that I never got to ride it again as an adult...

    World of Motion - It's fun to be free! Loved it.

    KITCHEN KABARET! Veggie veggie fruit fruit....Much better than Food Rocks.

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    Horizons and Kitchen Kabaret are for me! :-) I have both of them on video though. lol. Somewhere, I just have to FIND them. But I miss them both. I loved that you could pick your 'fate' in Horizons and Kitchen Kabaret was just awesome.

    And yes Tinker Bell, the arm is still up there.
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    World of Motion...I only went into Wonders of Life once so not really sure I can say I miss it..<g>. I wish that they would do something with that pavillion as it is somewhat depressing to see it sitting there unused..

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    I have to agree with most people on this one. Horizons and World of Motion. Both were great rides, both now replaced with fast rides that I am too chicken to go on! Epcot is still a fab park, but I wish they'd leave the thrill rides to some other park and concentrate on the fabulous themed rides that only Disney seem able to get right!

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