* Mickey Mouse's CrowningMomentOfAwesome is the climax of the ''Fantasmic!'' show at Disneyland, in which he defeats dragon-form Maleficent ''by imagining himself doing so'' (since the plot takes place in a dream sequence of his). The show as a whole, featuring pyrotechnics, stunts, and movie clips projected onto giant water fans, is a CrowningMomentOfAwesome for the Disney Imagineers.
* On that note, "Illuminations" is inarguably the [=CMOA=] for the Disney fireworks coordinators and practical effects crew. Dude. ''Inferno barge.''
** Don't forget the barge that floats unnoticed during the first "act" in a hidden part of the lake, then drifts serenely to the center. It carries a globe that is actually a spherical [=LCD=] screen and it shows an array of [[TearJerker gorgeous images]] before splitting to reveal a twenty-first torch, representing the new century.
* ''Jim Henson's Ride/MuppetVision3D'' was one of his last projects before his death in 1990, and it redefined 3-D theme park entertainment with its innovative integration of film, Audio-Animatronics, a live actor, and in-theatre effects like water and bubbles. Between all this and a fantastic, funny script (for both preshow and main event) that serves as almost a greatest-schticks reel of ''Series/TheMuppetShow'', it's still highly entertaining.
** If you're dissatisfied with current 3D movies in theaters not living up to their potential, check this one out. It does everything current movies claim to do, did it better, and did it a decade earlier.
* Tokyo Disney Sea as a whole is widely considered to be one.
* Let us not forget the awesomeness that was the Lion King Parade. This troper saw it when she was twelve, and when it was over she turned to see tears rolling down her mother's cheeks. I'm not sure what did it: the music, the dancing, the puppets, the costumes, the live doves, giving out musical instruments to the audience, or the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zjz_8laH8c perfect harmonizing of all these elements together]].
* The ''Ride/WorldOfColor''... That is all.
* If it's physically possible for a theme park queue to have one of these, then walking through Andy's toybox with the giant talking Mr. Potato Head at ''Toy Story Midway Mania'' would probably qualify.
* Mickey Mouse has the scene in ''Theatre/{{Fantasmic}}'' in which he slays Maleficent's dragon form, simultaneously defeating Chernabog, Ursula, and Queen Grimhilde as well.
-->'''Mickey:''' You think you're so powerful? Well, this is ''my'' dream!
** Scratch that, anytime Mickey and Maleficent do battle within a show, it is bound to be awesome! Hell, in the Tokyo Disneyland show ''It's Magical!'' Mickey summons the brooms from Fantasia and then does battle with Maleficent's dragon form.
* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Disney has had and continues to have some incredible musical talent on board. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3OIxclUu60 The Haunted Mansion]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sq0KSLRiOaM Illuminations: Reflections of Earth]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H07sP6kSB24 Fan]][[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbO9w9pm6SI tas]][[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqmoY-8kqg4 mic]]...the list just goes on
* The show at Magic Kingdom: "The Magic, the Memories, and You". The entire show involves projecting images on the castle to various classic tunes (standouts include several arrangements of Small World and our favorite [[PiratesoftheCaribbean Pirates]] theme). The images are just pictures taken of guests during the day, and put to different Disney backgrounds. Near the end of the show, mosaics start appearing, culminating in Walt himself, followed by a series of fireworks that are perfectly synchronized to the images on the castle. Add to that some truly touching moments (recently, the spaghetti scene from Lady and the Tramp and the thousands of lanterns from Tangled, the former of which drew "aww" from the crowd, and the latter cheers and applause), and it's one of the most amazing shows they've put on. [[http://youtu.be/GnUtMGZbMno It really has to be seen to be believed.]]
** Try watching the show at Disneyland, where the images are projected over the face of ''it's a small world''.
* Mickey Mouse wearing a '''Giant Dream Coat''' with a plasma ball at Walt Disney World's now gone nighttime parade Spectromagic. Seriously, its awesome seeing Mickey playing with the plasma ball. But it's ever more awesome when Mickey is actually '''CONTROLLING THE ENTIRE PARADE'S LIGHTS AND FLOATS'''!
* The concept behind Disney World's "Enchanted Tales with Belle" sounds pathetically simple on paper: visit Belle in the Beast's castle and participate in a minimalist recreation of the night when Belle first met the Beast and his servants. Yet, the detailed interiors of Maurice's cottage and the castle, the transformation of one of Maurice's mirrors into a portal to the castle, and the lifelike audio-animatronics of Madame Wardrobe and Lumiere turn the visit into a memorable experience.
* The ''Celebrate the Magic!'' show has a ''Disney/WreckItRalph'' segment done completely in 8-bit. During the show's first night, that segment was met with the loudest applause from the whole show.
** And later, they also added [[SignatureScene the scene of]] [[SignatureSong "Let It Go"]] from Disney/{{Frozen}}. There is ''always'' at least a few people singing along.
* The grand finale to "Sorcery in the Sky" where a giant inflatable Mickey Mouse, dressed as the Sorcerer's Apprentice appears atop the Chinese Theater and shoots fire from his finger.
* A couple years ago, Disney finally made a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v5wC-dBx7-Y real-time talking Mickey Mouse.]] Unfortunately, this was a temporary attraction that happened back in Summer 2010. A year later, Mickey was able to [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVXtqPlOcIc talk to visitors outside of his house]]. But that was also another temporary attraction. Talking Mickey Mouse was also [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HUPB1ddpfs8 present at the opening of "World of Color" back in Summer 2010.]] Also in 2011, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txgxMg2eaQ4 Talking Mickey was doing a meet and greet at D23 Expo with people who were present for the convention.]] Not only is Mickey Mouse able to talk to guest. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1S9FbUQRXo But, Minnie was able to talk at a show in "Disney's California Adventure" called "Minnie's Fly Girls Charter Airline".]] Hopefully, in the future there might be more Talking character around the park like Donald,Goofy,Chip N Dale and Daisy. But, we will just have to wait and find out.
* "Dreams", Disneyland Paris' current nighttime show, is just [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLplrEry5q0 amazing.]]
* In the original Fantillusion parade at Tokyo Disneyland, Chernabog gets one [[JustForPun hell]] of a BadassBoast.
-->Chernabog: (EvilLaugh) Behold: Chernabog! Keeper of the [[{{Hellfire}} fires of darkness]]. Beware those who defy me! The powers of evil are MINE! (EvilLaugh)
** In that same parade, he manages to pervert an old children's nursery rhyme to further his goals.
-->Chernabog: (EvilLaugh) Starlight, Star bright! We take this light and make it [[TheNightThatNeverEnds night]]! (EvilLaugh) Yesssssss!
* One huge one for Hong Kong Disneyland-''Mystic Manor'' is near-universally regarded as one of the most original and best dark rides ever made, with ''heaping bathtubs'' of VisualEffectsOfAwesome.
* Disney's Art of Animation resort in Florida is a group of rooms and suites based on Lion King, Cars, Finding Nemo, and Little Mermaid. Part of the resort is this giant in-ground pool which is wired with a sound system that allows you to hear music underwater, crystal clear. Don't be surprised if your kids spend a lot of time under the water. It is that cool.