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    Attractions with water as a feature

    Hi. I am headed to Disneyland Friday and wanted to get a list of all the attractions that have water as a part of the attraction. Some are easy, like Small World, Pirates, etc, but I am sure there are many things there that have water featured in some part. I know the Tiki Room has the rain.

    Your help in making a list is appreciated. What rides or attractions include water in some way?

    Thanks.


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    well the jungle cruise, Splash Mt but thats closed. Dumbo, Story book land, Mattahorn, the Mark Twain, the cannoes, sailing ship Columbia, and theres a few drinking fountians around too


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    off the top of my head this is what I came up with

    Splash
    BTMRR
    Pirates
    Tiki Room
    Mark Twain/Columbia (ya kinda have to put these in)
    Canoes
    Jungle Cruise
    Roger Rabbit
    Mr. Toad
    Dumbo
    Storybook Canals
    Nemo
    Autopia
    Matterhorn
    Small World


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    I admit it's been quite a few years, but I don't remember any water in Mr. Toad. Nor in Roger Rabbit.

    In DCA, there's Grizzly River, obviously, as well as Screamin' (the launcher is over water, and is water-cooled).

    You would also have to add the Disneyland Railroad (you don't think there's water? stand around the water plug in Frontierland, and see just how much the fireman has to pour into the tender, every few trips!)

    It would help to know a bit more specifically what you're after. Attractions where you might get hit with flying water, perhaps? That would narrow it down a bit.

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    In Mr Toad theres a big fountain in about the middle of the ride. its on your left side as you turn around a corner.

    Roger Rabbit has the DIP!

    Granted you dont get wet in either...but they still have water.


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    snow white has a fountain also, well in the dungeon


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    Ah, but even simulated DIP is not just water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by just beatla33
    ...... and theres a few drinking fountians around too
    You forgot to mention the secret bathroom!
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    if I mentioned it, it wouldn't be a secret now would it?


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    A la Doris Day - "but the secret room's no secret anymore!" as we all know too well!

    Now, I'll turn that little mouse's dream into a Nightmare Fantasmic!
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    There's no secret bathroom folks, nothing to see here, move along...


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    More Info on the Water idea

    Thanks for all the great info so far. You have the right idea, I am looking for almost anything that has a water featured in it, short of the drinking fountains and the bathrooms.

    Is there really water involved with Dumbo, Autopia, and Materhorn? I thought Dumbo used to fly over water, but that might have been taken out years ago.

    I would lean away from Roger Rabbit, because the "dip" is not water. I think there is some large ball in Tommorrowland that rolls around on water. I do not know what it is really called.

    The island (Tom Sawyer, Pirate, or whatever it is going to be called) has water featured since it is surrounded by it. But that is closed right now. So the boats to the island would not be running. I wonder if the canoes are currently running?

    Thanks.


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    are you some sort of gremlin or mogwai?


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    Very Funny!

    Quote Originally Posted by just beatla33
    are you some sort of gremlin or mogwai?

    I don't think so. At over six feet tall, I don't think I qualify to be one of these creatures. Still, that is very funny.

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    Treehouse?

    Does the Treehouse, whatever it is offically called at this point, have water? It used to have a water wheel I think.


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    Tarzan's Treehouse has water at the end!! (that's the best answer I could give, all the good ones were taken!) There are two fountains in Toontown! ummm....I don't know any more.
    What secret bathroom?

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    theres a fountian by Haunted Mansion, then theres some in the Dinosaur diarama


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    Where?

    Quote Originally Posted by just beatla33
    theres a fountian by Haunted Mansion, then theres some in the Dinosaur diarama
    Where is the fountain by the Haunted Mansion?

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    its in front of the New Orleans train stop and to the left of the HM entrance gate


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    The dinosaurs you see while on the train! Good one, didn't remember that!

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    There is water on the Matterhorn Bobsleds. There is at least one waterfall, and at the end of the ride you splash into the water, which was engineered to help the ride vehicle come to a stop.

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    Autopia - Matterhorn

    So where is the water on Autopia?

    And is there water on the Matterhorn?

    Seems to be very little water included attractions in Tommorwland

    Last edited by ctemkg; 02-15-2007 at 01:29 PM.

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    I think in autopia is just driving by some, not sure haven't been on in ages and Mattahorn they have waterfalls and at the end of the ride you drive through water to slow your sled down


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