BREAKING: Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure Confirmed As 3-D Ride

Tom Corless

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BREAKING: Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure Confirmed As 3-D Ride

We are now just 100 days away from Fantasy Springs opening at Tokyo DisneySea, and Oriental Land Company has released a number of exciting new details about this eighth themed port for what is considered the best Disney theme park on Earth. In this post, we’ll chronicle exciting new updates on Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure, a ride that has been shrouded in mystery. Now, we know a little bit more about this never-before-seen attraction.

Peter Pan’s Never Land Adventure in Fantasy Springs

Concept art for Peter Pan's Never Land Adventure in Fantasy Springs.

Thanks to the concept art above, we can now confirm that the ride is presented in a 3-D format. Speculation insinuated that this will be like Avatar – Flight of Passage at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, but in a somewhat different configuration as one single boat can sit up to 12 guests. Whether or not that is completely correct, we will will have to wait and see. This vehicle was revealed by Disney Imagineers at the D23 Expo in 2022.

The official description of the ride is as follows:

In this attraction, guests join Peter Pan, Tinker Bell and the Lost Kids on an epic adventure through Never Land to rescue John from Captain Hook and his band of pirates. When Peter Pan informs guests that John has been kidnapped by Captain Hook and his pirate crew, they board a boat and set off on an adventure. Tinker Bell then sprinkles fairy dust on the boat, allowing guests to soar into the sky. During their journey, guests encounter Wendy, Michael, the mermaids, Tiger Lily and other beloved characters from the film. During their travels, guests will discover Captain Hook’s moored ship, the Jolly Roger, and look on as a battle with the pirates ensues. 

This attraction will be about 6 minutes in length and guests must be 102 cm or over to ride.

Fantasy Springs opens at Tokyo DisneySea on June 6th, 2024.

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