The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh Overview | Disneyland Attractions

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Hop into a giant beehive and explore the Hundred-acre wood!

Many Adventures Of Winnie the Pooh Details

Disneyland Resort Park Disneyland
Location in Park Critter Country
Height Restrictions Any height
Age Interests Preschoolers, Kids, and Tweens
Thrill Type Slow ride, dark, and loud
Hours Park open to park close
Wait Times Low
FastPass+ No
Accessibility Information Must Transfer from Wheelchair/ECV

Attraction Overview

Join Winnie the Pooh and his many friends for an adventure through The Hundred Acre Woods! You’ll find yourself going through the pages of your favorite childhood stories brought to you by A.A. Milne as you go through many famous Pooh Bear adventures. A gust of wind will start your journey that the whole family will enjoy as you ride through The Many Adventures of Winnie The Pooh at Disneyland.

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Pooh flying away, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh at Disneyland photo by Loren Javier

To begin your journey, your group is loaded into a giant beehive full of Pooh’s favorite thing, honey, of course! Once you start your experience, you’ll find Pooh flying high in the sky, holding onto a balloon. This is all due to a bad storm in The Hundred Acre Woods. You’ll see more familiar friends like Eeyore, Piglet, Gopher, Kanaga, and even Roo. 

Once the storm comes to an end, you’ll find Tigger there to guide you and have your whole party bounce around as you continue your journey through The Hundred Acre Woods to find Pooh’s house. You’ll now find Pooh has fallen asleep, and you get to enter his dreams, including the craziest things such as Heffalumps and Woozles. Pooh’s dream is filled with vibrant colors and all kinds of magic.

Quickly the dream comes to an end, and your beehive cart brings you back on your adventure. Now you come to see all Pooh’s friends have gathered to celebrate their friendship. Of course, you’ll see Pooh enjoying honey and Tigger pleased with his favorite thing, birthday cake! All the friends have gathered to say hooray and bid you farewell as you exit The Hundred Acre Woods and come back outside into Critter Country. 

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Beehive ride vehicle, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh at Disneyland photo by Loren Javier

Some history on this attraction was that it was initially the home of The Country Bear Jamboree, which originally opened in 1972. At this time, Critter Country was called Bear Country. The Country Bear Jamboree closed in Disneyland in 2001 to be replaced with The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. This was due to high popularity following the animated Winnie the Pooh movies. After you leave the room of Pooh’s dream in the current attraction, a little hidden secret is that if you look behind you, there are animatronics left hanging on the walls from The Country Bear show.

Leftover animatronics from The Country Bear Jamboree, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh at Disneyland photo by Loren Javier


Location & Wait Times

You can find The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh as soon as you enter Critter Country. This attraction is neighboring Splash Mountain and Hungry Bear Restaurant. With continuous hunny pots running, you will find a low wait time for this attraction. 

Queue Experience

The entire queue for The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is outdoors. This winding queue is next to a character meet n greet location where you’ll sometimes see Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, and even Eeyore greeting guests outside. 

Featured photo: Loren Javier, Flickr

Written by

Bobby Asen

Contributing Writer

Bobby has a strong passion for Walt Disney’s stories and the Disney Parks. From taking vacations to the parks, to being an Annual Passholder, to working as a cast member for seven years at Magic Kingdom, his passion for Disney continues to grow. After visiting every Disney Park in the world, Bobby knew he wanted to share his experiences and his love for Disney in his writing.

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