The Little Mermaid - Ariel's Undersea Adventure Review

On Sunday, this bored blogger ventured down to Anaheim to finally check out the new Little Mermaid attraction at Disney's California Adventure. I will now share my thoughts with you all!

The Queue
The queue area leaves something to be desired. First of all, it is almost entirely outdoors. I had high hopes of an elaborate, Indiana Jones type queue area that would be an experience in itself. No such luck. The ride exists in what was previous the seldom attended California Dreams show. The boarding area is very close to the entrance, which means the majority of the queue is outside. There isn't too much in the way of thematics in said queue, save for some assorted sea shells embedded into the cement ground as well as themed rope poles. There is no fast pass available, but the wait was only about 20 minutes or so.

The Vehicles
Most of the attraction's vehicles are brightly colored clam shells that seat 2 persons (maybe 3 if the group is small and the cast members permit it). There was also some other alternate type of vehicle but to be honest I couldn't tell what it was supposed to be, and it was definitely the minority amongst all of the clam shells.

The Ride
The animatronics, sounds, and general sights are top-notch. It was definitely a fun experience. The only gripe I have with the ride itself is that the storyline is a little clunky, and leaves out some parts that I definitely would have wanted to include if I was running the show.

Overall, definitely worth seeing. However, I don't see this attraction alone helping Disney's California Adventure get much closer to competing with the classic Disneyland Park.

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