Swiss Family Treehouse
Dominating over Adventureland, few guests feel like climbing this attraction, which, unlike its Disneyland counterpart, has always been themed for the Swiss Family Robinson movie. It's intended to be the sort of home a shipwrecked family would create, and the authentic touches of a water wheel and the decorations are fun to see.
There's some fun for kids as well as the views of Adventureland and the Jungle Cruise. Even if you've never watched The Swiss Family Robinson, you can still get a kick out of the treehouse any kid would have loved to have in their backyard.
Beauty and the Beast Musical
Long before Disney was putting shows on Broadway, they produced this stage musical based on the 1991 animated classic. That it's still at the Studios over thirty years later shows how wonderful it is. It's now set in its own huge theater on Hollywood Boulevard, with guests sometimes skipping it for the bigger rides.
While only 25 minutes, it tells the story of the film perfectly well with big numbers like "Be Our Guest" and spectacular costumes. So many stage shows have come and gone, but this "tale as old as time" is still as magical as ever and deserves more guests.
Magic Carpet Rides of Aladdin
Everyone wants to go on Dumbo and even with an expansion, the wait times for it can be quite long. So why not check out this Adventureland counterpart instead? Sure, it's not as fast or as high, but still a fun one for the kids.
There's also the fun touch of the camel in the center that occasionally "spits" out at the carpets. There's some nice views of Adventureland and makes this a nice substitute for the much busier "flying" rides in the park.