Don't just walk past these dozen overlooked Disney World attractions

So many Disney World guests walk by some attractions, unaware of how much fun they can truly be! Here's a dozen to not miss out on!

The Aztec themed pyramid in Mexico is the first country you come to when entering the World Showcase at Epcot.
The Aztec themed pyramid in Mexico is the first country you come to when entering the World Showcase at Epcot. /
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Liberty Belle Riverboats

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Everyone in the Magic Kingdom can see these huge boats go by, but not as many board them. It's likely they feel intimidated by what looks like a slow ride when there are more exciting ones around. But those who do take a trip are treated to a delightful look at Frontierland you can't get from land. 

There are sights, including villages, a circle around Tom Sawyer Island (an underrated spot in its own right), and the 17-minute journey is the respite some folks could use and a reason it remains an opening-day attraction still around. 

Mickey's PhilharMagic

With so many major draws in Fantasyland, it's little wonder families walk right by this movie, which is too bad as it's a blast. The 3-D animated film has a plot of Donald stealing a magic hat that sends him blasting through various Disney musical moments. 

It's a glorious medley of classic songs mixed with the comedy of Donald mucking things up. The movie was recently updated to include scenes from Coco and the potential for others to be added. Kids and adults can love it equally as it deserves much longer lines. 

Carousel of Progress

Holding the record as the longest-running stage show in American theater history, this attraction has seen some updates over the years but still retains the unique concept of a rotating theater, with each scene jumping ahead a couple of decades and showing the rise of technology via an American family.

It's fascinating to see how common household technology shifts across the years. The humor is good with bits from a guy in a bathtub to the seasons used in each scene. Walt Disney himself gave it his personal touch to boost it up, and if any attraction lives up to the promise of Tomorrowland, it's this.