Go Mouse Scouts | Visiting Disneyland and Disney World with Kids | A Fan Podcast Bringing you Disney Park Tips & Family Fun!
About This Show
Go Mouse Scouts is a family-friendly fan podcast dedicated to helping you and your kids have a great time at the Disney Parks! We release two episodes per week: Mondays are Disney Park tips where we share our experience visiting Disney Parks with young children and Fridays are fun conversations with our kids where we get our children's perspective on life, Disney-related or otherwise.
Most Recent Episode
113 Park Tip: Fear's Guide to What's Scary at Disneyland
2 days ago
Megan & Kris talk about what's scary at Disneyland Park (Disney California Adventure is in the next episode) for young kids preschool aged and younger. Fear's Guide to What's Scary at Disneyland We're mainly pointing out Disneyland Attractions that can be scary for kids 5 and under (preschool age) or a 40 inch height requirement and lower. Adventureland Jungle Cruise: This ride is mostly fine for kids, but there are a few things to consider. The animatronic animals may seem to be real to kids and therefore may be scary. The skipper a one point fires a loud cap gun, and at the end of the cruise, loud man-eating piranhas make an appearance right next to the boat. Don't worry though, they're only man-eating piranhas. Women and children are fine. :) Tarzan's Treehouse: At one point during the climb to the top, there's a loud tiger hiss that may startle youngsters. The Enchanted Tiki Room: This is a show in the dark which might make youngsters uncertain. There's a point during the show where the totems on the wall start to play and sing and also, near the end of the show, sudden thunder rings out which is kind of a jump scare. New Orleans Square Pirates of the Caribbean: This ride is a dark ride, so that atmosphere in general may be scary. It also features drops, skeletons, cannons, simulated fire, and a projected waterfall that the character Davy Jones from the movie appears. Haunted Mansion: This is the Haunted mansion. Everything is scary for a youngster! Be prepared for screaming and jump scares as well as general spookiness. Critter Country Splash Mountain: I think this one is obvious with the 50 foot drop at the end, but there are a couple dark spots in the ride and at the end the mood of the ride gets very sad and sorrowful that little ones might pick up on. Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: The only thing in this ride that might be scary would be the heffelumps and woozles portion of the ride which is very bright & stimulating, and generally strange. It might make youngsters uncomfortable. Frontierland Mark Twain Riverboat and Columbia Boats: When these are running, the both have loud noises they make in the ways of whistles, bells, and cannons.