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Kids Stuck At Home Can Take Virtual Disney Rides From Their Couch

Although you can’t visit Disneyland or Disney World at this time because they are closed, it doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy the experience. Thanks to the Internet, it’s available to everyone.

The Disney parks decided to close their doors for the rest of the month of March out of caution over the coronavirus pandemic. Many people were heartbroken over the decision, especially those who were planning a trip.

If you still have your heart set on taking that Space Mountain ride, you can always try using virtual rides.

The artificial virtual tours are not sanctioned by Disney but people who have been to the parks in the past wanted to share the experience with others. You can check out these videos to get the experience for yourself.

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You can try the Frozen Ever After ride at Epcot.

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What about the Disneyland Pirates of the Caribbean ride?

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Come along for the Peter Pan’s Flying Ride at Disneyland.

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Enjoy the Indiana Jones ride from your living room.

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If you aren’t into thrill rides, then check out the Alice in Wonderland caterpillars.

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You can even go under the sea to the Little Mermaid adventure ride.

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What is a virtual vacation without It’s a Small World? You’ll be singing the song all day.

It may not be quite the same as going to the park but at least you can have a little fun and take advantage of the time you are spending at home.

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