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So freaking boring. How do kids like this. Not that I wanted to go on this anyway. Lol
I so love it
A fun show
This has been my favorite movie for 25 years. I was completely disappointed in this show. I guess Lion King & Nemo are hard acts to follow
Jose, is a world class asshole.
Fantastic show, it's like broadway
Little mermaid comes to life ...gets a little scary for very youngs kids in the middle scene
Good show - great mix of cartoon animatronics and live performance
A relaxing, but thoroughly enjoyable ride!!!
They have beer at the cart right outside this attraction!!! 👍
Do NOT sit in the front row, it spoils the first act
Disappointing. The actress playing Ariel should learn how to project and the correct key notes to the song. I was really disappointed. I know amateurs who were better than her.
The elevated stage can make it tough for small children to see all the details in The Voyage of The Little Mermaid. The best vantage point for a child is from the lap of a grown-up.
Walt would be proud!
For a show that has been running since 92' it is still pretty fun to watch.
Even though I did not walk in with expectation, I walked out with disappointment. The beginning part was cool but that was about it. I wish it could have been longer and had more scenes.
The chairs are comfy, I could fall asleep.
Voyage here means a show, NOT a ride. Poor summary of film, but there is rain, bubbles, and Ariel sings one song live (guess which).
Wonderful show. Definitely worth seeing. Puppets are awesome!
"Mrs. Witherspoon before they..." Before they what?!
Sit up front! You will feel a mist from the water!
Extended scary scenes for younger kids. My 2.5 year old was terrified.
Do you not know what "NO FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY" means? Also, if taking pics with your phone, TURN THE SCREEN BRIGHTNESS DOWN!
Definitely for the kids.
amazing! I waited so long for this ride to open, and it exceeded my expectations
Nice little show. Good use of lighting and puppets
Nice cool place and kids love it
Take your mouse ears off before the show
They ruined my fav Disney movie
Worth it just for the dog at the end
There's a hidden Mickey in the fireworks at the end! :)
My 7 y/o liked it but this was very disappointing. Antiquated effects, barely any interaction & it was just scenes lip synced or on screen
Great mix of live show, puppets, and film with great effects. Ariel has a wonderful voice... Just remember, NO FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY!
You will get sprinkled if you sit in front. If you are in a wheelchair and need captioning as well let the CM know early as w/c seating is in back and captioning can't be used there.
You can eat lunch while waiting outside in line, if you have to wait. Perk of arriving early: you might get to introduce the show!
a fun stage show version of this movie
Not worth unless you are a big fan or are visiting the place with small children.
You may get wet...possibly SOAKED!
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Ariel was amazing! Not a bad show.
Beware of the rocks that jut out on the sides of the screen...they make it so you can't see the whole screen
dont sit on the far left unless you dont mind not seeing ariel
It will "rain" on you during this show. Just a light sprinkle.
Skip it - worst stage show on property. Beauty and the Beast is a much better use of your time!
Get in line as the show is just beginning and you won’t have to wait through more than one show. (Most likely a 15-20 minute wait.)
Expect a long wait in a cramped holding pen full if screaming children and fat sweaty foreigners
Lots of rain comes down on audience.