STOP 4: Mystic Point
We love the Mystic Point where they have the Garden of Wonders, Mystic Manor and also the Mystic Point Freight Depot. We would say Mystic Manor is a MUST to venture. Explore a mystifying museum where exotic artifacts from around the globe come to life right before your eyes!You’re invited to tour the manor house and private museum of Lord Henry Mystic—eccentric adventurer, explorer and collector of art—and his faithful monkey friend, Albert.
Regarded as one of the foremost museums in the world, Mystic Manor was built to house Lord Henry’s ever-growing collection of illustrious art and artifacts, including a newly acquired relic: a beautifully carved Balinese music box said to make inanimate objects spring to life with its enchanting music dust. A ride filled with adventure to the moving tune, and looking at the living history with 8 galleries to be explore.
STOP 5: Grizzly Gulch
We pass through the Grizzly Gulch but we did not explore much as Grace getting tired and refuse to go for any ride. So, we just pass through the stop and have some shots and looking at people that enjoyed the Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars.
STOP 6: Adventureland
We ended with Adventureland before waiting for the night show and some shopping. The adventureland completes with the Jungle River Cruise, Liki Tikis, The Nightmare Experience and Raft to Tarzan’s Treehouse. We are slightly too late and most of the attraction are closed. Therefore we are able to enjoy only one ride which s the Jungle River Cruise.
EnjoyEnjoy a thrilling expedition where elephants, gorillas, hippos and maybe even a headhunter await your arrival. The 8 minute rides brings you with an enjoyable stories with the pool of playful elephants, wading hippos, encounter the head hunter and more. Throughout your amazing voyage, take in lively narration from your friendly skipper, known for a brave heart and a clever joke… or two.
Get wet here if you don’t mind!
Make your way inside a sacred gathering of towering totems and stand beneath the weathered, wooden faces of a primeval culture. As the drumming of the Ancients echoes amid an ethereal fog, look out—those mischievous tiki gods are known to pump water at all who enter when they least expect it! Located across from Jungle River Cruise, Liki Tikis is a Polynesian-inspired water-play area for adults and kids looking to relax.