The American Adventure


The show is a patriotic look at the concepts America was founded on. Hosted by Benjamin Franklin and Mark Twain, the show blends Audio-animatronics with images shown on a 72’ rear projection screen. Disney’s attention to detail is evident in the speeches and broadcasts used. They are often the original text and, where available, the actual recordings. There are 35 Audio-animatronic figures used in scenes depicting the Pilgrims’ arrival at Plymouth Rock, the Boston Tea Party, George Washington at Valley Forge, the writing of the Declaration of Independence, the Civil War, slavery and the invention of the telephone.

Restrictions /Accessibility:

​Guests may remain in their wheelchairs/ECVs to experience this attraction.  Audio description, reflective captioning, and assistive listening is available.

The American Adventure Reviews

There are currently 24 reviews for The American Adventure.

Jan 16, 2013 by SDSorority

Not a fan of this one. Hubs LOVES it, but I just can't find the appeal. I'd rather sit downstairs and listen to Voices of Liberty- THEY'RE GREAT! This movie is old and depressing.

Dec 10, 2011 by Terk-1

This is a great show and I love that they redid the movie at the end to bring things more current.

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