Preschoolers, Kids, Tweens
Small Drops, Slow Rides, Dark, Loud
1955 Original Ride, Indoor
Fly over London with Peter Pan aboard an enchanted pirate ship to Never Land.
Sail high into the moonlit sky with the boy who wouldn’t grow up. Board a colorful galleon and, with the help of some pixie dust, embark on a high-flying adventure, passing many of the unforgettable settings and scenes made famous in Disney’s animated film, Peter Pan.
Return to Never Land
Journey to the Darling children’s nursery, where Wendy, Michael and John are surprised to make the acquaintance of Peter Pan. Sail through the nighttime sky over London, where famous sites like Big Ben and Tower Bridge mingle with a menagerie of glittering lights. Then, descend into Never Land, home to volcanic peaks, tropical flora and sparkling waterfalls.
As music from the classic film builds, glimpse the Lost Boys and Mermaid Lagoon and sail past Skull Rock. Swoop into Pirate’s Cove, home to an enormous pirate ship, and behold Peter Pan in a swashbuckling duel with Captain Hook while a valiant Wendy is forced to walk the plank. Then, share in a victory celebration as you make your way back to London, leaving a defeated Captain Hook far behind.
An Adventure Unlike Anything Else
Peter Pan's Flight features unique, 3-person pirate galleon vehicles that are suspended on a track from above. This inventive arrangement is one of the many reasons that the attraction has been one of the most popular attractions at Disneyland Park for over half a century.
Peter Pan’s Flight exists at nearly every Disney theme park around the globe. The attraction is based on Walt Disney’s 1953 animated classic, Peter Pan, which in turn was based on J.M. Barrie’s play and book of the same name about a 12-year old boy who refuses to grow up.
Once Upon a Time
Walt Disney said that one of his fondest childhood memories was seeing Peter Pan performed by a traveling theatrical troupe near his Missouri farm. But nothing compared to the thrill when, soon afterward, Walt flew over the audience as Peter Pan in a school play, with his brother Roy manning the ropes and pulleys.
Peter Pan’s Flight may close intermittently to accommodate fireworks performances.