Moving on to Tomorrowland!

So, whats' your E Ticket (doesn't have to be a literal E ticket) FAVORITE, must do, very best idea of an attraction in Tomorrowland!

And your "Eh" ticket -- your not-so-favorite, could-do-without attraction?

And do you have any "F tickets" -- like TEAR THAT THING OUT!!! We're so done with it???Or do you want to give the imagineers an F ticket for something they took out or ended that you think should still be there?

Moving right along!

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A vista into a world of wondrous ideas, signifying Man's achievements... A step into the future, with predictions of constructed things to come. Tomorrow offers new frontiers in science, adventure and ideals. The Atomic Age, the challenge of Outer Space and the hope for a peaceful, unified world.

Walter E. Disney, July 17, 1955

OK Tomorrowland at Disneyland includes:

Astro Orbitor


Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters

Disneyland Monorail

Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage

Space Mountain

Star Tours

plus Jedi Training Academy, Redd Rocketts Pizza Port, Spirit of Refreshment, Tomorrowland Terrace and this and that.

At WDW's Magic Kingdom

Astro Orbiter

Buzz Lightyears Space Ranger Spin

Monsters Inc Laugh Floor

Space Mountain

Stitch's Great Escape

Tomorrowland Speedway

Tomorrowland Transit Authority/People Mover

Waly Disney's Carousel of Progress

plus Sonny Eclipse,Incredibles Dance Party, Auntie Gravity's,

E-I love the People Mover, I know I know but I just really love it.  It's a nice place to relax and reflect on your day/trip.

Eh- Walt's Carousel of Progress.  Seems dated but feel like it's part of Walt so I'll still go on occasionally.  Kind of like to eat at Tomorrowland Terrace late at night when it's not so crowded and you can sit outside!

F- Stitch's Great Escape.  I don't like anything about this  and would love to see them replace this with something Star Warish, anything! just get rid of it!

Well, I thought I'd give my comparisons.  I like Space Mountain MUCH better at Disneyland rather than WDW. I think WDW should gut that ride and make it like DL.   I also like the Space Rangers better at DL because you can pick up your blaster and aim it better.  Plus you can get your picture taken and email it to yourself there.  I wish they did that at WDW.  

I LOVE the new Star Tours!  LOVE IT!  

I also LOVE the Nemo Subs and Monsters Laugh Floor.  

I miss Honey I Shrunk the Audience.

I can't say there is any attraction I think they should totally get rid of.  

E ticket- Space Mountain and Monsters Laugh Floor.

Eh- Space Rangers. I love it but I do hate how limited in movement the gun has. But we do go on this ride every time.

Never been on the Astro Orbiter, Speedway or Carpusel of Progress. I wouldn't put them in the F category but we really don't have any interest in going on them.
This the first time I've seen this one and I note this is round three so must go and check out one and two!

I can only comment on WDW, but here are my thoughts:

E - People Mover. I know it's not fast and I know it's not full of lights and sounds, but I love it and I love the fact that I can sit down for five minutes and enjoy views around the park!

Eh - Space Mountain - haven't been on this the last three visits. Old and rickety, needs to be replaced with something smoother and more up to date.

F - Monsters Inc Laugh Floor - what a disappointing nod to one of the better films of recent years. We saw this and it was only mildly funny in parts. I thought it was aimed at older kids and adults rather than the younger audience to which Monsters most probably appeals.


E - Space Mountain, of course. I so also have a soft spot for the TTA (though still the People Mover to me).

Eh - Carousel of Progress - I know it's a classic and I'd never want it to go away, but I don't always have to ride it. Unless it's really hot out :)

F - I hate to say it but Stitch.  And I love me some Stitch. But that attraction just takes up space! Stitch deserves better.

At DL:

E - Space Mountain - I agree it's better at DL! (But the one at WDW is more nostalgic for me.)

Eh - Autopia. Meh.

F - I might have to go with the Astro Orbiter because I hate its location!

At DL:

E - Star Tours, hands down! We love that ride! I also love Buzz Lightyear, so I love being a Space Ranger!

Eh - Nemo. It's kinda lame after two times, although lines are still long.

F - Space Mountain is the most boring ride I've ever done. Captain EO is closed, and hopefully doesn't return. TERRIBLE.


E - We enjoyed the People Mover (DH misses it at DL), and the Monsters Laugh Floor was fun.

Eh - The rest of Tomorrowland that didn't interest us to check out.

F - Space Mountain.

I only know Disneyland so

E- Star Tours and Space Mountain

Eh - Autopia and Nemo

F- Innoventions - they ruined that entire thing up by taking out the show.  Disneyland needs more shows to get large crowds out of circulation! Innoventions was just a HUGE waste of time and space.  My hatred for it is immeasurable.  Also -- Captain EO. UGH!  And put back the People Mover!!!!  And move the Astro Orbitor back to where it was.  It blocks the whole entrance.  (ok, so currently I have a lot of pent-up anger about how much DL Tomorrowland has gotten screwed up, but seriously, it is screwed up!)

I just stumbked bAck in this thread... And hey i never posted!
E ticket -must do TTA and Buzz
Eh ticket -autopia... I love the idea of Walt's love of transportation and Bob Gurr,s awesome cars but the sea of cement and the smell of the exhaust... It could be so much better
F ticket ... I dont think i have one. My kids love Stitch (though i loved ExtraTerrorrestrial) it could be better but its silly fun and i just hold my breath lol

DLR ...
E ticket ummmm i dont have a must do in tomorrowland at DLR ... Star Tours i guess but i like the location at DHS is better lol
Eh ticket... It is so crowded and the turnover for Nemo subs is so sucktastic.
F ticket ... Ummm i want to see it as it should be.... People mover running, Astro Orbiter as the high weenie...

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