Attention to Detail Sets Miss Adventure Falls Apart


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Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park debuted a new raft attraction that intends to immerse guests in the story behind the ride. The Disney Parks Blog has released some details of the creatively crafted Miss Adventure Falls, along with a few photos of the queue leading up to it.

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The Blog describes the setup for the attraction: “Miss Adventure Falls tells the tale of Captain Mary Oceaneer, a world famous treasure-hunter and member of the Society of Explorers and Adventurers (S.E.A). Years ago, the Captain made it her goal to sail the seven seas and collect treasures to share with the world. One day when Captain Mary was out diving for treasure, a rogue storm struck and carried her ship and precious artifacts all the way to Typhoon Lagoon!”

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Guests will be treated to artifacts from the adventurer’s trade scattered throughout both the line, and the rafting adventure itself. At the entrance riders may notice “a bird cage, a diving helmet, a vintage Adventurer’s magazine that features the Captain on the cover and more.”

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As guests pass through the entrance and into the queue they will find some sidekick-centric examples of Miss Adventure’s parrot along the way, such as “unopened crates of S.E.A. artifacts, crackers for the Captain’s parrot, as well as parrot-shaped footprints (a sign that the Captain’s diving partner, the parrot Duncan, may have walked this way).”

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Even the lift to the ride is immersive, as riders will pass the hull of the M.S. Salty IV (which is showing significant damage from the storm). Once inside, guests will have plenty of entertainment as “Mary’s parrot and trusted diving partner, Duncan, is busy chatting, singing, and keeping an eye out for even more treasure. You can peek inside to spy’s Duncan’s unique treasure collection, telescope and more.”

Source/Images: Disney Parks Blog



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