As we reported earlier this year, the new interactive queue at Peter Pan’s Flight has now been active for several weeks. However, thanks to the wonders of FastPass+, I’d managed to avoid experiencing Fantasyland’s newest high-tech holding pen…until now.
During my recent trip to Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom to test MDE’s new lunch preordering procedures at Be Our Guest, I filled up my daily FastPass+ dance card with dwarfs, enchanted furniture, and a certain mermaid, leaving no room for a pre-reserved trip to Neverland.
Accordingly, I took this opportunity to record a full walk through of the Peter Pan’s Flight interactive queue elements, which are themed around an exploration of the Darling children’s bedroom.
Peter Pan’s Flight was posted as a 70 minute standby wait, and the actual wait turned out to be just over 50 minutes.
While the queue’s interactive effects are (in my opinion) the most cohesive of any Magic Kingdom attraction, the line moves past them at an excruciatingly slow rate. This is mostly the fault of merging policies that give strong preference to FastPass+ guests, but either way you’ll see each effect in the standby queue at least a couple times before shuffling past.
Here’s a full POV of the new Peter Pan interactive queue experience, starting with the entrance to the indoor waiting area and concluding with the pre-ride “pixie dusting”: