For many of these rides, there are 360 videos available, allowing you to virtually look around (these are particularly immersive if you can view them through a VR machine like an Oculus). I find that the image quality on these isn’t always as good as the stationary videos, but hey, give it a (literal) whirl and see what you prefer:

I also recommend The Little Mermaid: Ariel’s Undersea Adventure. Ugh, the “Under the Sea” party scene and Ursula’s heaving mannerisms are (chef’s kiss).

Epcot’s Frozen Ever After boat ride is a winner, though it does include a light drop in the middle of it that cannot be telegraphed virtually:

Hong Kong Disneyland’s exclusive Mystic Manor is incredible, I am certain, without ever stepping foot in the park that is its home. (As explained on the Disney+ series The Imagineering Story, this ride was devised as a ghost-free version of the Disney staple The Haunted Mansion to reoutfit the concept for Chinese culture.)

There are so many more! Rides like Animal Kingdom’s Na’vi River Journey (based on Avatar), Disneyland’s Pinocchio’s Daring Journey, the total o.g. classic Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride, and Peter Pan’s Flight (my favorite dark ride previous to experiencing Alice). And of course, there is It’s a Small World:

I don’t mean to be cheeky or glib, but this ride takes on a new kind of meaning in the age of global pandemic. Still kicks ass regardless.