Disneyland might be closed, but new projects are still in the works as Avengers Campus and the Princess and the Frog refurbishment of Splash Mountain continue to move forward.
But, Disney’s got a few tricks up its sleeve because it looks like the previously announced Snow White attraction’s refurbishment has debuted a new name as the construction is almost completed!
In honor of the 83rd anniversary of the premiere of the Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at the Carthay Circle Theatre in Los Angeles, Disney has announced that the ride will be named “Snow White’s Enchanted Wish!”
Along with the previous elements from the beloved attraction, new scenes and story details have been added to bring the ride to life! State-of-the-art audio and visual technology, LED black lighting, laser projections, a brand new animation system, and magical music are just a few of the features.
The characters have even gotten refreshed appearances, like a dancing Snow White in the Seven Dwarfs cottage. Doc’s baking apple pie can be smelled by guests just before they go into the reimagined mine scene that reminds us a lot of the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train in Disney World.
You can snag a full sneak peek of Snow White’s Enchanted Wish in Disneyland below (and, gosh, does it look AMAZING).
Are you excited about the refurbishment of the attraction? Let us know in the comments below!
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