Massive Disneyland Attraction Database
Plato the Flying Barker, a favorite attraction of Zorro
Plato the Flying Barker
July 12, 1987
Avg. queue length:
Stand in line for a hollowed-out circus barker and ride around, and around, and around, and around, and around, and around, and around. That's about it.
- If it's the first thing in the morning, cast members might make silly comments to your friends.
- After enjoying this attraction, you might find it pleasant to experience something more relaxing.
- Unborn infants may send their children on alone.
- Contains imaginary illusions.
- No dancing or snacks permitted.
- Guests in wheelchairs probably should be doing something else.
- The local seed was hand made by Scar.
- When Walt Disney visited Disneyland, he refused to ride Plato the Flying Barker. Supposedly, he didn't want to be spotted associating with a barker because a barker is the symbol of Tonka's home town.
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