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Disney Doodle: Peter Pan Goes ‘Soarin’ Around the World

  • Thu, 20 Apr 2017 21:08

Perhaps no Disney character loves flying and adventure more than Peter Pan. In today’s Disney Doodle, artist Ashley Taylor imagines what Peter would do first if he had the chance to visit Epcot.

“I love riding Soarin’ Around the World,” she said. “It’s easy to picture Peter Pan flying over the various landmarks, just as he flew past Big Ben in the movie!”

What attractions do you think his friends Tinker Bell, Wendy, John and Michael would explore? Check out our past Doodles to find out.

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