Voyage of the Little Mermaid

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Voyage of the Little Mermaid
Disney's Hollywood Studios
AreaAnimation Courtyard
Coordinates28°21′27.04″N 81°33′39.5″W / 28.3575111°N 81.560972°W / 28.3575111; -81.560972
Opening dateJanuary 7, 1992
ReplacedHere Comes The Muppets
General statistics
Attraction typeLive show
DesignerWalt Disney Creative Entertainment
ThemeThe Little Mermaid
Duration17 minutes[1]
FastPass+ available
Handicapped/disabled access Wheelchair accessible
Assistive listening icon.svg Assistive listening available

Voyage of the Little Mermaid is a live show attraction at Disney's Hollywood Studios at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. Voyage is an abridgment of the 1989 film The Little Mermaid. Along with a mix of live actors and puppets, the show features effects such as light and laser projections on the auditorium walls and light rain over the audience. It replaced the previous attraction, Here Comes The Muppets, in January 7, 1992 in the Animation Courtyard Theater.[2]


The show starts out with a preshow following artifacts including King Triton's trident. Then guests enter a theater where the show begins. Due to the special effects that are involved in the attraction, guests are asked to remain seated during the performance. It starts with the Oscar-winning song "Under the Sea", featuring various "black light" puppets, then goes into "Part of Your World", which is followed by Ursula singing "Poor Unfortunate Souls". This song is performed by a gigantic puppet, 12 feet tall and 10 feet wide. After Ursula steals Ariel's voice, a montage of the film leading up to the demise of the sea witch is shown. It then goes to the scene where King Triton lets Ariel go with Prince Eric. At the end of the show, a curtain of falling water covers the stage. Voyage of the Little Mermaid is located in the Animation Courtyard section.


  1. ^ "Voyage of the Little Mermaid".
  2. ^ Abramson, Ben (25 November 2011). "Muppets at Disney's Hollywood Studios". USA Today. Retrieved 9 September 2013.

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