Things are always changing at the Disney Parks. From renovations to new lands and attractions, Disney is always pushing itself in terms of technology and innovation.
For example, here are five existing attractions that will look VERY different the next time you ride.
Walt Disney World
Walt Disney World Railroad
The Walt Disney World Railroad has not been running around Walt Disney World for quite some time now. Instead, it has been sitting at locations like the train station on Main Street, U.S.A, and the Fantasyland Station so guests can snap photos.
The train is not running due to the construction taking place on Magic Kingdom’s newest attraction, TRON Lightcycle Run. This new high-speed attraction is set to open in Tomorrowland in 2021, just in time for Magic Kingdom’s 50th Anniversary.
Once we’re able to hop aboard the Walt Disney World railroad again, there will be all-new views to explore! We’re eager to ride around the Most Magical Place on Earth again. Are you?
Another attraction that will look pretty different the next time you ride is Spaceship Earth. This iconic attraction is set to undergo an extensive renovation beginning on May 26th.
While Disney has not announced how long this renovation will take, they have said that we can expect a few new scenes, the addition of a “story light”, and changes to pre-existing scenes.
Snow White’s Scary Adventures
Snow White’s Scary Adventures is currently closed for refurbishment in Disneyland Park. This iconic opening day attraction, which will remain closed for a few more months, is getting a few not-so-scary additions.
Disney is adding a whole new happily ever after scene to the end of the ride. Another aspect of the refurbishment comes in the form of a vignette depicting the princess awakening from her sleep.
There will also be a few enhancements to the existing attraction in the form of music, LED black lighting, laser projections, and a new animation system.
Another attraction that is currently closed for an extended refurbishment is the Haunted Mansion. The ride closed back in January so that the Nightmare Before Christmas holiday overlay could be removed. But it has also been announced that work is being done to the interior, mechanics, and exteriors. We’re eager to see all the changes!
King Arthur Carrousel
The team will take apart parts of the King Arthur Carrousel, removing the horses and giving them a fresh coat of paint. The construction crew will also add in sheet panels, which will be painted to match the existing design of the ride. Afterward, the horses will be replaced, and the attraction will be ready to go!
Are you eager to check out these new changes? Let us know in the comments below!
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