Main Street Vehicles

Description from PassPorter's Disneyland Resort and Southern California Guidebook:

Catch a one-way ride to the hub of the park in vehicles fashioned after those popular at the turn of the 20th century. We’ve seen horseless carriages, trolleys pulled by Belgian horses, and even a fire engine. These vehicles are fun to ride in if you’re willing to wait in the slow, long lines. No time? Just walk instead. Board at either end of Main Street. Must transfer from wheelchair. 

Type: Vehicles
Scope: A-Ticket
Ages: All ages
Thrill Factor: Gentle ride

FastPass: None
Queue Conditions: Long waits

Special Considerations:
- Must transfer from wheelchair
- Seating type: bench with backs

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33.33% of our readers would definitely visit Main Street Vehicles again.

I would definitely visit this attraction again!
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What PassPorter Readers Think of Main Street Vehicles (1 comments):

To be totally honest, I have never rode on a main street vehicle. I must have been to Disneyland at least 50 times and never have I slowed down enough to ride one of the vehicles. I will make it a point on my next visit to ride one.
scott disney dad gave this a rating of 2 on 06/28/2016 at 7:14:12 pm EDT

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