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Where at Disney Parks Can You Find… Nov. 30, 2010

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

Where at Disney Parks Can You Find This Blue Time Piece?

Time never drags for me at Walt Disney World – too much to see, you know. But if you move too fast you’ll miss this week’s mystery image. The blue timepiece is not easy to spot if you’re in a rush. Have you seen it? Please put your answers in the comments and we’ll update the post with the answer later today.

Primeval Whirl attraction in the DinoLand U.S.A. area at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park

You got it, that’s one of many time pieces found on the Primeval Whirl attraction in the DinoLand U.S.A. area at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park. It’s grabbed my attention before taking a whirl in a spinning “time machine” car and will probably catch your eye too next visit. Primeval Whirl is part of the antics of Chester and Hester’s Dino-Rama, a special area within DinoLand U.S.A. full of family-friendly games and attractions. How’d you do this week?

Comments

  • The animal kingdom, Dino Land

  • Primeval whirl

  • I thought it was something from Figment when I first saw it, but Primeval Whirl makes more sense, and I guess I was the only one thinking Figment! Definitely agree though about Disneyland, us west coasters need more love!

  • Mad tea Party in the Magic Kingdom

  • Robin beat me to it. It’s on the lower center portion of the overhead entrance sign to Primeval Whirl.

    • You got it. And yes, Robin was fast with the answer. Thanks.

  • I gonna say tea cups

  • ‎”Time never drags for me at Walt Disney World – too much to see, you know. But if you move too fast you’ll miss this week’s mystery image. The blue timepiece is not easy to spot if you’re in a rush.” Sounds a lot like Alice in Wonderland….I’m going to say Tea Cups!

  • It’s Primeval Whirl, right below the sign for the attraction (It is the blue background that gave it away)

    • Perfect. Blue background gave it away, huh?

  • Winnie the Pooh or Peter Pan 🙂

  • I actually have no idea, but if I were to say something, it would probably be the Tea Cup ride in Magic Kingdom.

  • Winnie the Pooh Ride or It’s a Small World

  • Primeval Whirl

  • i think it’s the teacups..not sure though

  • I’d have to agree with Chris! Let’s get some DisneyLAND magic in here!! I’ll volunteer to be the one to take the pix and blog about it once I move southward

  • I meant Primeval Whirl, not Triceratop Spin!

  • To me it looks like it might be in the line for the Triceratop Spin ride in the Animal Kingdom… can’t be sure though!

  • Wild guess… Monsters Inc laugh floor

  • Philarmagic!

  • Primeval Whirl 95% Sure! Other 5% is the Teacups.

  • think i have seen it at the mad hatter tea party ride x

  • it’s very alice in wonderland like…since the the white rabbit had a pocket watch and whimsical numbers are the same font as many other aspects of the movie. plus that brown in the center could be tea (mad tea party). I’m thinking this is in magic kingdom on or by the tea cup ride though i’ve never seen it there.

  • Andy’s Room on Midway Mania?

  • the tea cups ride

  • Can we please have someone from Disney do these for Disneyland and California Adventure? i feel like im missing out….

  • Primeval Whirl?

  • That’s on Primeval Whirl.

    • Well done, Robert.

  • Primeval Whirl, Animal Kingdom?

    • Great eye, Yamilee. I thought this week’s image would stump everyone.

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