I just went to Magic Kingdom about a month ago. After growing up in the area getting to see it through the lens of my more recent education was a trip.
The biggest thing I noticed was how hard so much of the park leans into this idealized, mythic turn-of-the-century aesthetic that is almost entirely irrelevant in most media. Like we have this silly Doomer '80s bisexual-lighting craze that refuses to die out, and '50s nostalgia is nothing new, but the Main Street USA aesthetic that Walt was clearly obsessed with is so rarely seen that a lot of the details that were clearly meant to signpost to midcentury audiences seem sort of quirky or absurd nowadays.
Country Bear Jamboree, in particular, is just such a damn weird attraction. It’s aggressively rooted in what I think is Appalachian culture and specifically a late '60s / early '70s Yankee pop-cultural view of Appalachian media culture from, again, the turn of the century. With whom are these jokes supposed to land, exactly? Not to say it’s not appreciated.
Also, this is more than a bit passe, but the Tiki Room is both problematic and the very definition of comfy (especially on a hot Florida afternoon) and the Haunted Mansion always has and always will slap.