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*New* Texas Disney Resort

Discussion in 'Imagineer' started by Vipraa, Nov 17, 2015.

  1. Vipraa

    Vipraa Well-Known Member

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    The entire point of this project is that I wanted to have a blank canvas to build ideas from so I'm not limited by the constraints and overhead of the current resorts. This is all pure blue sky while being as realistic and and feasible as possible. This project is meant to pump out good attractions, lands and experience ideas while just being good fun. The project is also in a constant state of evolution which means things will constantly be changing as we go along. The Project will be built out in phases as if the resort was organically growing along its lifespan.


    Location
    The Resort will located just off Interstate 10 outside of Houston. This project will be partly based off my Disneyland Oasis plans from the WEDCAR Race competition. It will be located approximately less then 30 mins from Houston (largest population in TX), 2 hours from San Antonio and 100 miles from Galveston for cruises with other large metro areas not much farther. This allows the resort to have a large local population while be close to a Port for Disney Cruise line and other tourist destinations.

    There are a few reasons that I choose this area. The high amount of open land and its got a high local population with Houstan area alone being 6.2 million and the fifth fastest growing metro area in the US. San Antonio area has a population of 2.3 million additional people and has grown by over half a million in the last 10 years. This will allow the resort to survive off of locals while its gains popularity with domestic and foreign tourists.

    Overview
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    The Resort will complement both Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts by being distinctly its own and unique while being unmistakably Disney and familiar. This will help guest want to come to then new resort and the old ones by providing different experiences when they vacation to different resorts. When full built out the resort will be a truly unique tourist destination with many different unique resorts and attractions to visit. Here we will have a few short overviews of the different guest attractions of the resort.

    Kingdom of Dreams Park


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    The Kingdom of Dreams Park is the heart and soul of this new resort. This Magic Kingdom style park is loosely based on the original Disneyland style but given twists all its own to allow it to differentiate from the Disneyland and Magic Kingdom Parks. It is the first park built at the new resort and built in the prim location at the north end of the resort with direct access from the Disney Central entertainment, shopping and dining district and straight access from the parking facilities.

    Worlds of Disney Park
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    Worlds of Disney Park is the second gate of the Texas Disney Resort. This park will be able to house multiple different IPs without seeming out of place. The different aspects and themes of the park will be the different worlds of Disney. Some of the worlds include Hollywood, Culture, Star Wars, Marvel and Pixar among others. The gate will be located on the West side of the resort complex and just a short walk away from the Kingdom of Dreams Park.

    Disney's Mythic Kingdom Park
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    Disney's Mythic Kingdom Park is the third gate of the resort. This park will be similar to the Magic Kingdom style parks in its ability to house newly created unique IPs and existing IPs in one cohesive environment. The Park will have many different themed "Kingdoms" where these fit. The park will be located just a short walk away from the other 2 parks on the East side of the resort.


    Disney Central
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    Disney Central is the entertainment, shopping and dining district of the resort. It will be centrally located and have easy access to all 3 main gates as well as the parking complexes. Live entertainment will happen throughout the district every night and the area will constantly be evolving to provide the best and most entertain experience for guests.​

    Disney's Geyser Point
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    Disney's Geyser Point Water Park will be the sole water park of the resort. It will revolve around a large national park where geysers regularly erupt and cause the area to flood. Hots springs, wave pools, crazy slides and other innovative attractions can be found at this water park.

    Sorry for a few of these first few posts being a lot of repeat information. Comments and questions are always appreciated. Soon we will dive deep into the the details of the first park the Kingdom of Dreams.
     
  2. Vipraa

    Vipraa Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    The Kingdom of of Dreams is the first park built at the Texas Disney Resort. Opening in our hypothetical timeline of 2023 this park will anchor the resort and will be the only get for the first 10 years of operation. Located on the north side of the resort and a straight shot from the parking complex and Disney Central Entertainment, Shopping and Dining District. Guest can travel to the park in two different fashions. The First is taking the monorail from Grand Central Station or monorail resorts to the Kingdom of Dreams monorail station. Second is walking from Disney central. Guests who choose to walk will approach the front gates by passing through the Kingdom of Dreams Resort Hotel. Similar to the Disneyland hotel in Paris this hotel acts as the opening curtain to the show that is the Kingdom of Dreams.

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    The Kingdom of Dreams is a Disneyland style castle park but is significantly different in its approach of this type of park. While Disneyland and the Magic Kingdom are very similar in terms of lands and layout, the Kingdom of Dreams takes new ideas and concepts and merges them with the old to create a new and different experience from the other 2 domestic castle parks.

    The park will still retain the class hub and spokes design of the other parks but will also bring in new features to control crowds and congestion within the park. When the park opens it will consist 5 different lands, both unique and familiar to those in the other Magic Kingdoms

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    Discovery Avenue
    The entry land to the park follows a very similar concept to Main Street U.S.A but with a different old Victorian steampunk theme. As guests enter the park they are greeted by the large Steam-O-Rail Station. As the pass under the archway they enter Town Square, the heart of this bustling town that is full of optimism that this new steampunk inspired technology brings. Straight ahead is the main Discovery Avenue which leads straight to the hub and Snow White Castle. Off to the right side of Town Square is Bell Boulevard leading to Edison Square. Connecting Edison Square to Discovery Avenue is Center Street.


    Nature’s Wonderland
    Natures Wonderland is a new land that focuses on the beauty and majesty of nature that Walt always loved. Here guests can enter the mining town of Crystal Landing at the base of the Crystal Canyon along the Davis River. Here guest can experience what mining towns were like and maybe even enter the Crystal Canyon and find the countless riches the canyon possesses. Or guest can take a stroll down Coyote Pass and discover the wonders and secrets of the Pacific Northwest.

    Treasure Cove
    A land based on Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. Located around the mysterious Castillo Del Fuego pirates have taken up residence and celebrating the treasure found on their latest voyage. Similar to the land in Shanghai Disneyland with a new take on the classic ride, high flying adrenaline pumping stunt show and interactive pirate adventures there is fun for the whole family.

    Fantasyland
    The only carryover land from the other castle parks is the one that they are most synonymous with. It is the largest land in the park and contains a large lagoon that spans the entire Fantasyland. Classic favorites such as Peter Pan’s Flight, Its a Small World and the Mad Tea Party are found here along with new attractions such as The North Mountain Expedition, I’ve Got a Dream: A Tangled Tale and Pixie Hollow. At night Mickey’s vivid imagination and dreams take over Fantasyland Lagoon in Fantasmic!

    Horizons Space Port
    Horizons Space Port is a new take on Tomorrowland that focuses purely on what exists outside our planet. Themed to a retro futuristic space port that will resist the constant problem of tomorrow becoming yesterday this land will feature many different exiting attractions that will bring the hope and optimism of discovery and what the future will bring.

    Central Plaza
    At the center of the park is the all important hub. Here Snow White Castle prominently stands at the center of the park completing the trio of original Disney princess castles. A large 2 section hub it is designed to easy traffic during high volume times such as parades and fireworks. The hub is designed to have multiple different parade routes that can be configured based upon the crowd levels and parade needs. Here guest can also dine at 2 different fine dining establishments. Guest can end there night with a bang here as well by watching the evening nighttime spectacular at this prime location with a great view of Snow White Castle.

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    Expansions
    There will be expansions of the park and there is a lot of land set aside for this purpose as the park will evolve as the resort grows to better entertain the guest who come to visit the park.



    Next we will go on a land by land tour of the Kingdom of Dreams as well as view different attraction and entertainment plans for the park. As always any ideas, thoughts or improvements are welcome and wanted. Thanks for reading.
     
  3. The90skid

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    Hello! Big fan of the thread so far, but I have a few nit-picking comments/questions lol. First, how would you utilize the monorail system throughout the Texas parks? Would they be maglev? Second, what kind of music loops would you want for the Kingdom of Dreams? I know they're both small details, but I was just curious :) keep up the good work!
     
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    Vipraa Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    Thanks @The90skid. We will get to the monorails soon enough but in short its going to be a normal monorail based off of the Bombardier Innovia 300 but modified for Disney. The lines will be far too small for maglev. The new system will be far higher capacity the the Walt Disney World System but we will get to the details later.

    As for music loops not something i put of ton thought into but Discovery Avenue would be similar to Discoverland at DLP, Natures Wonderland similar to Grizzly Peak at DCA, Treasure Cove with Pirates of the Caribbean music, Horizon has Tomorrowland mixed with Future World type music, Fantasyland classic Disney based on area, and Central Plaza and Entry Plaza are same as MK Entrance loop.
     
  5. Twilight_Roxas

    Twilight_Roxas Well-Known Member

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    Since Disneyland is having Star Wars land how about giving Kingdom of Dreams a Marvel theme land in that empty area as part of the expansion?
     
  6. Vipraa

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    Entry Plaza and Discovery Avenue
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    Entry Plaza

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    The Entry Plaza of the Kingdom of Dream is very different to the other domestic Disney castle parks. As guest pass through the touch points they enter a forested buffer area that separates the kingdom from the outside world. It also provides a calming zone similar to the Oasis at Animal Kingdom before guest reach the main park. As Guest pass through this area they see the Discovery Avenue Steam-o-Rail Station along with the familiar Mickey Floral. Guests may also see some of their favorite Disney Characters greeting guest to the park.

    Entertainment

    Characters
    1) Genie (Open - 1pm)

    2) Thumper (Open - 1pm)

    3) Random Princess (Ariel, Aurora, Merida, Tiana) (Open - 1pm)

    4) Random Princess (Jasmine, Anna, Rapunzel, Mulan) (Open - 1pm)


    Shows
    A) Band of Dreams
    Typical Showtimes: 9:30 am, 11am





    Discovery Avenue

    The entry land to the park follows a very similar concept to Main Street U.S.A but with a different old Victorian steampunk theme. As guests enter the park they are greeted by the large Steam-O-Rail Station. As the pass under the archway they enter Town Square, the heart of this bustling town that is full of optimism that this new steampunk inspired technology brings. Straight ahead is the main Discovery Avenue which leads straight to the hub and Snow White Castle. Off to the right side of Town Square is Bell Boulevard leading to Edison Square. Connecting Edison Square to Discovery Avenue is Center Street.

    As guests enter the Kingdom of Dreams the first land the come across is Discovery Avenue. The land is made up of several different streets. When guest first enter they come to the Town Centre where they can meet several of there favorite Disney characters or catch the Steam-O-Rail for a scenic ride around the Kingdom. Entertainment is present throughout the day including, Dapper Dans, trolley shows and flag ceremonies. At Town Centre guests can also read the dedication plaque.

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    The main area of Discovery Avenue is of course, Discovery Avenue. This large bustling street is full always full of life. The street is humming with the sound of new inventions as steam rises from various buildings and various machines work along the street. Here we can find The Emporium, the largest shop in the Kingdom of Dreams. At the end of the street is the Market House bakery where guests can find freshly baked goods as well as Starbucks Coffee. Here we can also find many of the citizens of Discovery Avenue going about their daily lives enjoying the wonders that this new technology brings.

    On the East side of Discovery Avenue is Bell Boulevard, named after the famous inventor Alexander Graham Bell. This street serves a permeant themed crowd bypass what houses the specialty shops in Discovery Avenue.

    Edison Square is located just off Bell Blvd. and Center Street and is named after the famous inventor Thomas Edison. Here guests can find the Videopolis Theater and exclusive shop, the Disney Vault as well as meet some of their favorite Disney characters.

    Connecting Discovery Avenue to Edison Square is the small Center Street which house 2 different dining locations for guests to enjoy.

    The Liberty Arcade is located behind the Emporium. It is a permeant crowd control bypass that leads from the central plaza to Town Centre. The Entrance to the exclusive Club 33 is located within the Arcade.

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    Attractions
    Steam-O-Rail
    The first thing guests see as they enter the park is the majestic Steam-O-Rail entering its victorian style station. The Steam-O-Rail is a Steampunk inspired steam train monorail that transports guests around the park. The Steam-O-Rail is based on the the Mark VIII Monorails that transport guest to the park to save costs and streamline maintenance. Traveling counter-clockwise the 300 foot long trains can hold up to 270 seated passengers per train. Up to 3 trains can be on the track at one time. The passengers sit facing towards the park in 3 different rows in 6 passenger cars. The Grand Circle Tour takes approximately 20 minutes and makes stops at Horizons Space Port, Fantasyland and Nature’s Wonderland along the way. Between Horizons, Fantasyland and Nature’s Wonderland stations the Steam-O-Rail enters an extended show building where the train passes through various fantasy locations such as Pixie Hollow, Under the sea with Ariel and Agrabah and other locations.
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    Ride Details
    Ride Length: 20 minutes (full loop)
    Maximum Speed: 15 mph
    270 passengers per train
    55 passengers per car
    Theoretical Capacity: 7290 riders per hour (270 passengers per stop, 3 trains)
    Target Capacity: 2430 riders per hour (270 rides per loop, 3 trains)




    Edison Theater
    The Edison Theater is a large 600 seat theater that houses the Mary Poppins: The Musical. This broadway style show featuring the music from the academy award winning Disney classic Mary Poppins. The show features some of the original Sherman Brothers music as well as a few new musical numbers developed just for this show. Like the Broadway musical this show is not a direct adaptation of the film but includes featured elements from the film and original books while also differentiating itself from the Broadway show.

    Show Details
    Pre-Show Length: 10 minutes
    Load Time: 15 minutes + 10 minute pre-show
    Show Length: 45 minutes
    Unload Time: 10 minutes
    Down Time: 10 minutes
    Total Cycle Time: 1 hour 30 Minutes
    Theater Capacity: 800 seats





    Discovery Avenue Vehicles
    Discovery Avenue Vehicles are constantly traveling from Town Centre to the Central Plaza and Up and Down Discovery Avenue and Bell Blvd during the first half of the day. There are a few different vehicles to choose from all themed to the turn of the century Steampunk style. Depending on the crowd levels the vehicles will operate until 5 pm.

    Omnibus

    Steam Trolley
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    Cars
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    Brass Trolley

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    Restaurants
    Bella Notte
    Enjoy some delicious family friendly Italian table service food at the beautiful Bella Notte restaurant. Here guests can share spaghetti and meatballs and more at this fun dining near the entrance of the park. Inspired by the classic 1955 film Lady and the Tramp this charming restaurant is the perfect family dining spot.

    Hyperion Cafe
    The Hyperion Cafe is a counter service restaurant where the large airship Hyperion moored inside. The counter area is themed to ticket booths for the large airship. It is also the location of the parks Starbucks Coffee and guests are able to pick up sandwiches and light fruit snacks here as well.


    Mysteries of the Nautilus

    A signature dining located within the mysterious Nautilus submarine from the classic film 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. This 200 seat restaurant specializes in serving fine steaks and seafood within the differ compartments of the Nautilus. Captain Nemo may even stop by and ask how you liked food. There are 2 lunch and 3 dinner seatings for this restaurant every day. Lunch: 11am, 1pm. Dinner: 4pm, 6pm, 8pm.


    Market House
    This classic bakery located at the edge of the Central Plaza serves delicious goods freshly baked everyday. eat a select number of delicious deli sandwiches prepared fresh.


    The Soda Fountain

    This restaurants reminiscent of a 50’s soda fountain. Guests are able to get delicious American style food here including burgers, fries and sandwiches as well as specialty drinks and floats.


    Ice Cream Parlor
    Guests can pick up Ice cream, specialty sundaes and floats. With over 100 different flavors of ice cream guest can customize their own desert creations.


    Club 33
    The exclusive members only club located on the second floor above The Emporium. The Club is accessed through a discreet door located in the Liberty Arcade. Members have exclusive access to the club as it is not open to the public. The restaurant is one of only a few that serve alcohol in the park. The club also has a large veranda that overlooks Central Plaza and provides great views of parades and nighttime spectacular.


    Verne Lounge

    This is another exclusive area of the park. Located on the second floor of the Market House and available for reservations and private parties. When the lounge is not reserved it available for Club 33 members. Fine appetizers and drinks are served here. Like Club 33 the lounge has a large veranda to view the Central Plaza. This is also one of the few areas in the park that serves alcohol.


    Stores
    The Emporium
    The largest gift and souvenir shop in the Kingdom of Dreams. The Emporium offers apparel, plush toys, pin, candy and more.

    Candy Palace
    Follow your nose inside this old-fashioned candy shop, where caramel apples, peanut brittle and fudge are made on site

    Crystal Arts
    Find something beautiful even on a budget at this shop selling fine jewelry, china, clocks, Disney figurines and pins.

    Disney Vault

    This shop is home to most Disney collectible merchandise, jewelry, art and figures. Guests can also find some Disney animated features here that are currently in the vault.

    Discovery Theater
    Purchase your memories you have made with Disney’s Photopass service here at the photo view station. Gifts and souvenirs are also available at the Theater’s exit.


    Entertainment

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    Characters
    Discovery Theater

    Meet the Magnificent Mickey, the Astounding Donaldo or Minnie Magnifique as they prepare for their big show at the Discovery Theater. All 3 characters are interactive and can talk to guests. Mickey Mouse generally greets guests in Rehearsal rooms 1, 2 or 3. Donald Duck generally greets guests in rehearsal rooms A or B. Minnie Mouse generally greets guest in rehearsal rooms C or D. Open for the full park hours.
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    Outdoor Locations

    1) Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (Open - 4:30pm)

    2) Jiminy Cricket (Open - 4:30pm)

    3) Daisy Duck (Open - 7pm)

    4) Goofy (Open - 8pm)

    5) Chip and Dale (Open - 3pm)

    6) Pluto (Open- 3pm)

    7) Mary Poppins and Bert (Penguins occasionally) (Open - 3pm)


    Roaming Characters

    1) Alice and the Mad Hatter (mornings)

    2) Mary Poppins and Bert (afternoons after 3pm)


    Shows

    A) Mickey Mouse and the News Boys (15 minutes)
    Typical Showtimes: 10am, 11:30am, 12:30pm, 2pm and 5pm

    B) Discovery Avenue Trolly Show (15 minutes)
    Typical Showtimes: 9:30am, 11am, 12pm, 2:30pm

    C) Mary Poppins: The Musical (45 minutes)
    Typical Showtimes: 10am, 11:30am 1pm, 2:30pm, 4pm, 5:30pm
    Seasonal Additional Showtimes: 7pm, 8:30 pm

    D) Citizens of Discovery Avenue
    Typical Showtimes: Constant Open - 5pm

    E) Dapper Dans
    Typical Showtimes: constant Open - 5pm

    F) Flag Ceremony (10 minutes)
    Typical Showtime: 5pm

    G) Band of Dreams (15 minutes)
    Typical Showtimes: 10:20 am, 1pm, 4pm
     
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    Nature's Wonderland

    This new land concept in the Kingdom of Dreams is inspired by Walt’s love of nature and conservation and the original Disneyland ride “Mine Train through Nature’s Wonderland”. Natures Wonderland is a new land that focuses on the beauty and majesty of nature that Walt always loved. Here guests can enter the mining town of Crystal Landing at the base of the Crystal Canyon along the Davis River. Here guest can experience what mining towns were like and maybe even enter the Crystal Canyon and find the countless riches the canyon possesses. Or guest can take a stroll down Coyote Pass and discover the wonders and secrets of the Pacific Northwest. This land is meant to inspire guests with a greater respect for nature and the natural wonders of the world.

    Nature’s Wonderland is divided into two separate sections. The desert canyon themed Crystal Canyon and the National Park themed Coyote Pass.

    Crystal Canyon is the Larger of the 2 sections. It is themed to a rustic mining town at the base of a large canyon. Here guest can explore the booming mining town, catch a bite to eat at the local saloon or even ride a mine train into the mysterious crystal caverns. Live entertainment and characters are roaming around the town so keep your eyes open.

    The second part of the land is Coyote Pass. Coyote pass is themed after the natural beauty of the pacific northwest. Guests can walk among the trees exploring the area or maybe take an exhilarating hang gliding ride around the wonders of the world. At the end of the pass is a gift shop where guest can bring a little bit of nature home with them at the end of their trip.

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    Attractions
    Crystal Canyon Mine Train
    The headliner attraction of the land is the Crystal Canyon Mine Train. Located at the base of the large Crystal Canyon. This attraction will be a high tech mild but wild coaster with new effects and classic storytelling. Most of the attraction takes place within the large show building behind the canyon facade. A 40 inch height requirement will allow the majority of guest to experience this fantastic attractions while the ride will still provide enough thrills for the older audiences to enjoy creating a new classic attraction for all generations.
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    Full attraction write up coming soon

    Ride Details
    FastPass Available
    Ride length: 3 minutes 30 seconds
    Crystal Canyon height: 85 feet
    Ride height: 50 feet
    Largest Drop: 15 feet
    Maximum Speed: 25 mph
    Height requirement: 40 inches
    30 passengers per train
    30 second dispatch
    Theoretical Capacity: 2400 guest per hour


    Woody’s Roundup
    Woody’s Roundup is a puppetry show based on the fictional 1950’s tv show by the same name for the Disney Pixar film Toy Story 2. The show features favorite characters from the movie such as Woody, Jessie, Bullseye and Stinky Pete. The 17 minute long show takes place in a small rustic theater and is a rough and tumble good time for everyone.
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    Show Details
    Show length: 17 minutes
    Load time: 3 minutes
    Theater Capacity: 200 seats
    Theoretical Capacity: 600 guests per hour


    Soarin’

    The fan favorite simulator attraction comes to Nature’s Wonderland. The ride will take guests on a simulated hang gliding ride of different sites and natural wonders around the world. Each flight visits different locations around the world which change flight to flight. Similar to Star Tour: The Adventure Continues the flights will be randomized with over 100 different locations to visit rides are never the same. Guests can ride the attraction many different times and still not get the same experience.
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    Ride Details
    FastPass Available
    Height Requirement: 40 inches
    Ride Length: 4 minutes 51 seconds
    Load Time: 1 minute 30 seconds
    Number of Theaters: 2
    87 guests per show
    Theoretical Capacity: 1606 guests per hour


    Steam-O-Rail
    The first thing guests see as they enter the park is the majestic Steam-O-Rail entering its victorian style station. The Steam-O-Rail is a Steampunk inspired steam train monorail that transports guests around the park. The Steam-O-Rail is based on the the Mark VIII Monorails that transport guest to the park to save costs and streamline maintenance. Traveling counter-clockwise the 300 foot long trains can hold up to 270 seated passengers per train. Up to 3 trains can be on the track at one time. The passengers sit facing towards the park in 3 different rows in 6 passenger cars. The Grand Circle Tour takes approximately 20 minutes and makes stops at Horizons Space Port, Fantasyland and Nature’s Wonderland along the way. Between Horizons, Fantasyland and Nature’s Wonderland stations the Steam-O-Rail enters an extended show building where the train passes through various fantasy locations such as Pixie Hollow, Under the sea with Ariel and Agrabah and other locations.

    Ride Details
    Ride Length: 20 minutes (full loop)
    Maximum Speed: 15 mph
    270 passengers per train
    55 passengers per car
    Theoretical Capacity: 7290 riders per hour (270 passengers per stop, 3 trains)
    Target Capacity: 2430 riders per hour (270 rides per loop, 3 trains)



    Restaurants
    The Lucky Nugget Saloon
    Enjoy barbecue and burgers here at this large counter service restaurant in Nature’s Wonderland. The restaurant is themed to a old time western saloon in the mining town of Crystal Landing. The restaurant serves burritos, barbecue and classic texmex style food and has an open topping bar.
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    Stores
    Nature’s Treasures
    Gift shop located in Nature’s Wonderland that sells different souvenirs that represent natural wonders and conservation. Guests can buy things like baby trees, quartz formations and even rare gems. This is also the Disney Conservation Fund headquarters in the Park.

    Coyote Trading Post
    This is the main gift shop for Nature’s Wonderland. The store is the general store and vacationers paradise of the land. Guests can buy general themed merchandise and sweets at this store.



    Entertainment
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    Characters
    1) Woody and Jessie (10am - 5pm)

    2) Dug and Russel (10am - 5pm)

    3) Pocahontas (30 minutes after Open - 8pm)

    4) Moana (30 minutes after Open - 8pm)

    5) Kenai and Koda (10am - 5pm)


    Shows
    A)Bob’s Banjo Band
    Typical Showtimes: 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 4pm

    B) Mine Town Hoedown
    Typical Showtimes: 10:30am, 11:30am, 12:30pm, 1:30pm, 4:30pm

    Parades
    Typical Showtimes: 3pm, 9pm, 11pm
     
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    This is a very well done version of frontierland but one question why is Mouna a Tropical Princess in the desert
     
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    Technically she's in the the North Pacific Forests. Technically not a desert. Since she's Polynesian, and sails it could be possible she sailed with many stops on various islands to fuel up on supplies, and landed in the North Pacific. The same can be said Pocahontas which takes place in Virginia who is also in this area, or Brother Bear characters being located in what seems to be the desert part of the land instead of the forested part of the land.

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    Vipraa Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    As he said she is in the wooded area of the land by large tree and flowing water not the desert area. There is no perfect area for her to fit in this park so she is placed in an area that connects more with nature. Its not perfect but we don't know much about the story yet and as there is no tropical area in the park it will do for now. Keep in mind that i will be having the park evolving as they expand and more stuff is added to the resorts as well.
     
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    Twilight_Roxas Well-Known Member

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    Can I suggest putting Marvel in Kingdom of Dreams like how Disneyland is having Star Wars land in a Magic Kingdom style park?
     
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    Vipraa Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    No Marvel in the Kingdom of Dreams but it will be in another park.
     
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    Okay that makes senses
     
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    Then what's going to be in that empty spot if its not Marvel or Star Wars? Unless Star Tours or Iron Man Experience is in Horizon Space Port. Btw if Texas Disney Resort is getting a Marvel event & Season of the Force is Space Mountain going to get a overlay theme to Guardians of the Galaxy & Hyperspace Mountain?
     
  15. Vipraa

    Vipraa Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    Treasure Cove

    Treasure Cove is a land based on the blockbuster Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. The land is themed after an abandoned 18th century Spanish harbor in the caribbean that has been taken over by pirates. This will be the second land at a Disney park based on the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise but the first in a domestic park. As their are two classic Pirates rides already in the U.S. parks the anchor attraction here will be a completely different version of Pirates with new advanced ride technology and take guest on a thrilling new adventure. Guests can also go on a number of interactive adventures here including treasure hunts and Explorer Canoes. Be transformed into a Pirate, Mermaid or Zombie Pirate at the Pirates League. Finally guest can witness a thrilling stunt spectacular at the Eye of the Storm Stunt Spectacular.


    Treasure Cove is based around a large lagoon and the abandoned Spanish fort Castillo Del Fuego. The main pathway of Treasure Cove lies along the parade route from the Central Plaza to Nature’s Wonderland. The land is laced with many different hidden features so guest can constantly explore and discover new things.

    The north west side of the land is full of small shops, grab a go food locations and and small entertainment venues. The north east side of the land is home to the main two attractions Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Sea and Eye of the Storm Stunt Spectacular as well as the Signature dining location in the fort. In the southern area of the land is home to the Explorer Canoes and the Tortuga Tavern.

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    Attractions
    Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Sea

    The classic attraction takes on a new twist here at the Kingdom of Dreams. Located in the ruins of the abandoned Spanish fort Castillo Del Fuego. Pirates have taken up residence inside the fort now that the original occupants have left. The boat ride takes guests from the fort lagoon down into the caves known as Dead Mens Grotto used to escape the fort when under siege. From Dead Men’s Grotto guest take a plunge into the world of Pirates of the Caribbean as Captain Jack Sparrow tries to steal a long forgotten treasure while battling the fiercest foes the sea has to offer including the formidable Davy Jones.

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    Ride Details
    FastPass Available
    Ride Length: 8 Minutes
    Largest Drop: 25 feet
    Number of drops: 3
    Max speed: 15 mph
    20 passengers per boat
    25 second dispatch
    Theoretical Capacity: 2880 Guests Per Hour



    Eye of the Storm Stunt Spectacular
    The elaborate and exciting stage production just like the show in Shanghai Disneyland. Starring Captain Jack Sparrow, “Eye of the Storm” brings fantastic stunts and swordfights, spectacular scenery, and stunning visual effects straight to the audience. Along with plenty of swashbuckling, the show presents light-hearted humor, a raging storm and a remarkable finale, as Jack fights off a Royal Admiral in a whirlwind adventure.

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    Show Details
    Load Time: 15 Minutes
    Show length: 30 Minutes
    Unload Time: 10 minutes
    Down Time: 5 minutes
    Total Cycle Time: 1 Hour
    Theater Capacity: 1200 seats



    Treasure Cove Explorer Canoes

    Guests can explore the Pirate Lagoon aboard these pirate themed canoes. With Pirate guides guests can explore the islands, pirate ship wrecks and mysterious caves around the lagoon. The attraction operates seasonally during the warmer times of the year.

    Ride Details
    Ride Length: 10 Minutes
    20 Passengers per boat
    2 minute dispatch
    Theoretical Capacity: 600 guests per hour



    A Pirate’s Adventure: Treasure of the Seven Seas

    Join Captain Jack Sparrow on this interactive adventure around Treasure Cove to discover treasure while fending off other Pirates. A total of 10 different missions are available and each mission has up to 6 stops. Guest press a talisman to each location causing the scene to come to life.



    Restaurants

    Castillo Del Fuego

    Enjoy fantastic family food at the waterfront dining at the Castillo Del Fuego. Guest can dine on deliciously prepared Caribbean and Spanish cuisine at this signature dining location. Located on the water with the Pirates of the Caribbean boats floating peaceful by. Similar to the Blue Bayou the restaurant gives the illusion of dining at night intensified by the ambient noise fireflies, crickets and frogs


    Tortuga Tavern

    The Tortuga Tavern is a pirate themed counter service restaurant located by the ruins of Castillo Del Fuego. The restaurants serves classic american style food like burgers and sandwiches as well as caribbean inspired food like jerk shrimp.
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    Island Outposts
    The Island Outposts are various shops and stands that offer themed merchandise and food. Food on offer includes grilled chicken, lamb kabobs and turkey legs. This is also where guest can purchase the famous disney Dole Whip.



    Stores
    Island Outposts

    The Island Outposts are various shops and stands that offer themed merchandise and food.
    The shops have many different themes and look like an area that was put together by many impoverished vendors over many years. The shops offer lots of different merchandise form all over the world.


    Treasure Chest
    The main Pirates of the Caribbean shop at the Kingdom of Dreams. Located across the way from the famous attraction this shop offer all the pirate themed merchandise that you could want from toy swords to eye patches. Also located within the store is the Pirates League where kids and adults can transform themselves into Pirates and Mermaids.



    Entertainment

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    Characters

    1) Captain Jack Sparrow (10am - 8pm)

    2) Captain Barbossa (10am - 8pm)

    3) Captain Hook (10am - 5 pm)

    4)Black Beard (seasonal) (12pm - 5pm)

    Shows
    A) Buccaneer Band
    Typical Showtime: 10:15 am, 11:15am, 12:15pm, 1:15pm, 2:15pm, 4:15pm

    B) Pirates of Treasure Cove
    Typical Showtime: Constant 10am - 5pm

    C) Eye of the Storm
    Typical Showtime: 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm
     
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  16. Vipraa

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    Fantasyland


    The only carryover land from the other castle parks is the one that they are most synonymous with. It is the largest land in the park and contains a large lagoon that spans the entire Fantasyland. Classic favorites such as Peter Pan’s Flight, Its a Small World and the Mad Tea Party are found here along with new attractions such as The North Mountain Expedition, I’ve Got a Dream: A Tangled Tale and Pixie Hollow. At night Mickey’s vivid imagination and dreams take over Fantasyland Lagoon in Fantasmic!

    Fantasyland is by far the largest land in the Kingdom of Dreams and contains the most attractions and characters. The land is divided into a few different sub-lands that surround Fantasy Lagoon and are themed to different Disney classic films. The first sub-land is the Royal Courtyard and is located in the central area behind Snow White Castle. Traveling in a counter clockwise direction guests then enter Belle’s Village from the Animated Classic Beauty and the Beast. Next up is Arendelle from Disney’s Frozen with Elsa’s Palace and the North Mountain Dominating the Skyline. Guests can run away and join the circus or ride flying elephants at the next sub-land Storybook Circus. Go under the sea and visit Ariel the Little Mermaid in the next area or go a little further and help Rapunzel find her dream. Think down to the size of fairies and join Tinker Bell in Pixie Hollow to find how the wonders of nature are influenced by fairies. Finally Join Alice in Wonderland and find out how curious and insane it really is.

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    Attractions
    Princess Fantasy Hall
    Meet your favorite Disney Princesses here at Snow White Castle’s Princess Fantasy Hall. The Hall is the main meeting area for Disney princesses at the Kingdom of Dreams park. The hall is divided into 2 sides with 4 rooms, AB and CD where guest can meet different princesses. AB is home to some of the classic princesses, Cinderella, Aurora and Snow White. CD is home to some of the newer generation princesses, Rapunzel, Belle and Tiana.

    Attraction Details
    FastPass Available
    4 Rooms
    Target Capacity: 600 guests per hour

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    The Royal Theater

    Join Mr Smyth and Mr. Jones as they host 20 minute stage shows that provide comedic reenactments of popular Disney princesses stories. Mr. Smyth and Mr. Jones are joined by milkmaid stagehands, a live pianist and some of the special guest characters from the respective story being told. These stories are told in a fast pace comedic way that represents the slapstick comedy of a Renaissance fair trunk show. Two different 250 seat theaters house show rotating every half hour. The A theater rotates between the Tangled Show and Beauty and the Beast. The B theater houses the Frozen show. The A theater stars shows at the top of every hour and the B theater starts at the bottom of every hour. The show requires a FastPass due to the limited number of seats which can be acquired next to the theater entrance and don't count against your FastPass cool down time.
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    Show details
    FastPass Required
    Show Length: 21-25 minutes depending on show.
    2 Theaters
    Theater Capacity: 250 seats each
    Load Time: 15 minutes
    Unload Time: 10 minutes
    Hourly Capacity: 500 guest per hour
    Show Times: Every half hour 10am - 8pm



    Peter Pan’s Flight

    The quintessential classic Disney dark ride comes to the Kingdom of Dreams park with significant upgrades to bring the ride fully into the 21st century. A small form of Kuka arm is now part of the redesigned ride system. The new ride system is the additional Kuka Arm disguised into the mast and sails of the ship. This new Kuka Arm will allow the vehicle to be programmed with many subtle new movements that the current system cannot do. Throughout the refurbished attraction, the vehicles will now tilt slightly forward, backwards or side to side. In addition, the Kuka Arm allows the ship to rise or fall along the track. The ride will be populated with new animatronics, projections and animated scenes to provide an immersive experience that lives up to the classic attraction.
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    Ride Details
    FastPass Available
    Ride Length: 2 minutes 30 seconds
    4 passengers per vehicle
    8 second dispatch
    Theoretical Capacity: 1800 Guests Per Hour



    Enchanted Tales With Belle

    This attraction is a multi-scene interactive character experience where guests can share the story of Beauty and the Beast. Guests start off in Maurice’s Workshop before passing through a magic mirror to the Beast’s castle to take part in an interactive story time with Belle and other characters from the movie. Two theaters are able to accommodate guests during the story time with Belle.

    Show Details
    FastPass Available
    Show Length: 20 minutes
    Theaters: 2
    Theater Capacity: 40 guests
    Theoretical Capacity: 480 Guests Per Hour



    Dumbo the Flying Elephant

    Soar high over the Fantasy Gardens on a flying elephant aboard the classic Walt Disney attraction Dumbo the Flying Elephant. Guests can take in fantastic views of Fantasyland as they fly around for a minute and a half while controlling just how high or low they go for their flight. Perfect for younger kids as well as an experience for the whole family.

    Ride Details
    Ride Length: 90 seconds
    2 guests per vehicles
    16 vehicles
    Recycle Time: 1 minute
    Theoretical Capacity: 768 guest per hour



    Alice in Wonderland
    Follow Alice and fall down the rabbit hole into Wonderland on this modern take on a classic Disney dark ride. Guest board large caterpillar ride vehicles and follow Alice to Wonderland encountering many different adventures along the way. Guests eventually make their way to the Queen of Hearts to play a game of croquet. Finally they end up at a great big unbirthday party in the guests honor.
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    Ride Details
    Ride Length: 3 minutes 30 seconds
    5 guests per vehicle
    15 second dispatch
    Theoretical Capacity: 1200 guest per hour



    Mad Tea Party
    Mad Tea Party is a spinning tea cup ride based on the classic Walt Disney attraction at other Disney theme parks. 18 tea cups spin on 3 different turntables around on a larger turntable. At night Japanese lanterns light up and stone to the music further adding to the crazy atmosphere of the ride. Similar to the paris version of the ride the attraction is covered with a glass petal shaped roof.

    Ride Details
    Ride Length: 90 Seconds
    3 guests per cup
    18 cups
    Recycle time: 1 minute
    Theoretical Capacity: 1296 guest per hour



    “it’s a small world”
    The classic attraction featured at other Disney parks makes it appearance at the Kingdom of Dreams. Boats travel by over 300 audio animatronic figures representing children around the world singing the classic song. The attraction has a large colorful facade with the classic whimsical clock tower that goes off every 15 minutes.

    Ride Details
    FastPass Available
    Ride Length: 12 minutes
    20 guests per boat
    20 second dispatch
    Theoretical Capacity: 3600 guest per hour


    The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

    Classic tracked version of the dark ride where guests follow Winnie the Pooh and friends on an adventure on a very blustery day. Guests travel in giant Hunny pots and that follow the track, bounce and simulating floating.

    Ride Details
    FastPass Available
    Ride Length: 3 Minutes
    6 guest per vehicle
    15 second dispatch
    Theoretical Capacity: 1440 guest per hour


    Rapunzel’s Dream - A Tangled Tale

    Follow Rapunzel around the kingdom of Corona as she follows her dream to see the floating lights on this magical boat ride. Encounter her famous tower, singing ruffians, dancing kingdoms and the famous later festival along the way. Guest ride in boats as the follow Rapunzel around the Kingdom floating through the kingdom and even down a 15 foot waterfall.
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    Ride Details
    FastPass Available
    Ride Length: 7 Minutes
    18 guest per vehicle
    20 second dispatch
    Largest Drop: 15 feet
    Theoretical Capacity: 3240 guests per hour


    Under the Sea - Journey of the Little Mermaid
    Go on a magical adventure under the sea and follow Ariel as she tries to find true love and her dream of becoming a human. Guest board large clams to travel under the sea to follow Ariel making her dreams come true.

    Ride Details
    Ride Length: 4 minutes
    3 guests per vehicle
    4 seconds dispatch
    Theoretical Capacity: 2700 guest per hour


    Theater Under the Sea
    The Little Mermaid: The Musical
    Enter the large 5 story theater under the sea where guests can experience the large scale broadway style show The Little Mermaid: The Musical. The Theater Under the Sea is a large 2000 seat that themed to a coral reef underwater. The show will incorporate some of the famous music for the original animated feature as well as new musical numbers. The 5 story theater is also set up for impressive acrobatic stunts to simulate the underwater environment.
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    Show Details
    Load Time: 25 minutes
    Show Length: 65 minutes
    Unload Time: 20 minutes
    Recycle time: 30 minutes
    Total Cycle Time: 2 hour 20 minutes
    Theater Capacity: 2000 seats


    Steam-O-Rail

    Right outside of Storybook Circus Guests can find the Fantasyland Steam-O-Rail Station. The Steam-O-Rail is a Steampunk inspired steam train monorail that transports guests around the park. The Steam-O-Rail is based on the the Mark VIII Monorails that transport guest to the park to save costs and streamline maintenance. Traveling counter-clockwise the 300 foot long trains can hold up to 270 seated passengers per train. Up to 3 trains can be on the track at one time. The passengers sit facing towards the park in 3 different rows in 6 passenger cars. The Grand Circle Tour takes approximately 20 minutes and makes stops at Horizons Space Port and Fantasyland along the way. Between Horizons station and Fantasyland station the Steam-O-Rail enters an extended show building where the train passes through various fantasy locations such as Pixie Hollow, Under the sea with Ariel and Agrabah.

    Ride Details
    Ride Length: 20 minutes (full loop)
    Maximum Speed: 15 mph
    270 passengers per train
    55 passengers per car
    Theoretical Capacity: 7290 riders per hour (270 passengers per stop, 3 trains)
    Target Capacity: 2430 riders per hour (270 rides per loop, 3 trains)



    Cinderella Chateau

    This attraction is like Enchanted Tales with Belle and a multi-scene interactive character experience where guests can share the story of Cinderella. Guests start off in the Chateau with Cinderella and the step family before going off to the Ball for a magical evening. Two enchanted theaters multi-room are able to accommodate guests during the experience.
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    Show Details
    FastPass Available
    Show Length: 20 minutes
    Theaters: 2
    Theater Capacity: 40 guests
    Theoretical Capacity: 480 Guests Per Hour



    Arendelle

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    Frozen Ever After
    Enter and experience the fantastic world of Frozen on the classic dark ride through the story of Anna and Elsa. This ride bring guests into this magical world in a family friendly ride that the whole family will enjoy. This will be a classic track driven dark ride with brand new next gen motion enhanced ride vehicles. The ride vehicles will be able to tilt and move with the scenery as well as spin 360 degrees with the show. New state of the art audio-animatronics will enhance the experience for new audiences.

    Ride Details
    Ride Length - Approximately 3:00 minutes
    6 Passengers per vehicle
    15 second dispatch
    Theoretical Capacity - 1440 guest per hour


    The North Mountain Expedition

    Towering above the land of Arendelle is the majestic and mysterious North Mountain. At 190 feet tall it is the most prominent feature in the Arendelle mini land and houses “The North Mountain Expedition” family coaster. This next generation family coaster will blend classic Disney dark ride storytelling and mild but wild thrills that Disney Mountains are famous for. A 40 inch rider height requirement will allow the majority of guest to experience this fantastic attractions while providing enough thrills for the older audience to enjoy.

    Ride Details
    FastPass Available
    North Mountain height - 190 ft
    Ride height - 100 ft
    Ride length - approximately 4:00 minutes
    Largest Drop - 25 feet
    Max Speed - 25 mph
    24 passengers per train
    40 second dispatch
    Theoretical Capacity - 1920 guests per hour
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    Pixie Hollow
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    Faith, Trust and Pixie Dust
    Ride on one of Tinker Bells Pixie dust balloons and a fly on a gentle journey above pixie hollow on this spinner type ride. Guests can take in fantastic views of Fantasyland and Pixie Hollow as they fly around for a minute and a half while controlling just how high or low they go for their flight. Perfect for younger kids as well as an experience for the whole family.

    Ride Details
    Ride Length: 90 seconds
    4 guests per vehicles
    10 vehicles
    Recycle Time: 1 minute
    Theoretical Capacity: 1440 guest per hour


    The Pixie Dust Flyer

    Join Tinker Bell as she finishes her newest invention the Pixie Dust Flyer and then fly along as she tests out the flyer around pixie hollow. This tame family friendly coaster is full of animatronics as well as minor thrills. It is the perfect candidate for a child's first coaster as well as those who are not ready for the bigger thrills around the park.

    Ride Details
    FastPass Available
    Ride Length: 1 minute 45 seconds
    Ride height: 40 feet
    Largest Drop: 10 feet
    Max Speed: 15 mph
    16 passengers per train
    40 second dispatch
    Theoretical Capacity: 1440 guests per hour



    Restaurants
    Snow White’s Royal Table
    Dine on fantastic delicacies here at Snow White’s Royal Table. This is premium dining experience in the Kingdom of Dreams. Located in the magnificent Snow White Castle the dining hall is where royalty meets up and feasts on delicious meals. Meet with your favorite princesses here while dining.


    Royal Dining Hall

    The Royal Dining Hall is a royal castle themed counter service restaurant in Fantasyland. The area is themed to a large castle dining hall with long benches and banners of disney royalty hanging from the ceiling.


    Be Our Guest

    Dine in the magnificent Beast Castle where the Belle and Beast fell in love as the dining room proudly presents….. Your Dinner. Quick service for breakfast and lunch and full service dining for dinner. Dine on delicious French cuisine and and put or service to the test in one of three dining rooms. After dinner meet with the master in the library before setting out on your next adventure.


    Gaston’s Tavern

    Visit Gaston’s famous tavern and get various snacks for your journey around the kingdom. Drink a pint of LeFou’s Brew or a good man sized snack like a Pork Shank or Cinnamon Bun.


    The Ice Palace

    Feast on Nordic inspired cuisine in a magnificent ice dining hall inspired by Disney’s Frozen. The magnificent 500 seat dining hall allows guest to fully immerse themselves in the world of Frozen. Enjoy an delicious quick service meal for lunch or a magnificent sit down dinner. Characters from the movie make special appearances during dinner including Anna & Elsa as well as being the exclusive location to meet other characters like Kristoff and Olaf.
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    The Snuggly Duckling
    Visit the famous Snuggly Duckling and eat at this quick counter service restaurant. While being sever by Ruffians guest will be able to dine on food such as pizza, burgers, sandwiches and salads.




    Shops
    Castle Couture
    Find princess themed merchandise here after you meet your favorite princess. Dresses, Tiaras, Dolls and other merchandise is available here.


    Bonjour Village Gifts
    Get your favorite merchandise inspired by the Disney animated feature Beauty and the Beast. Painting, toys, art and more.


    Wandering Oaken’s Trading Post
    Pick up souvenirs to remind you of the time you spent in Arendelle. The shop offers ‘Frozen’ themed apparel, hats, plush, toys, pins, candy and more.

    Tinker’s Nook
    Get various Disney Faries branded merchandise here such as dresses, dolls, toys and more.


    Entertainment
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    Characters
    Princess Fantasy Hall

    Meet your favorite Disney Princesses here at Snow White Castle’s Princess Fantasy Hall. The Hall is the main meeting area for Disney princesses at the Kingdom of Dreams park. The hall is divided into 2 sides with 4 rooms, AB and CD where guest can meet different princesses. AB is home to some of the classic princesses, Cinderella, Aurora and Snow White. CD is home to some of the newer generation princesses, Rapunzel, Belle and Tiana.

    Frozen Royal Reception
    Meet your favorite princesses from the Disney Smash Hit ‘Frozen’. Get autographs, take pictures and have a personal conversation with Queen Elsa and Princess Anna. Located on the first floor of Elsa’s Ice Palace.

    Ariel’s Grotto
    Meet Ariel under the sea in her enchanted grotto. Located next to the Theater Under the Sea and Under the Sea - Journey of the Little Mermaid

    Springtime Meadow
    Meet Tinker Bell and here Fairy friends here in Springtime Meadow. Fairies rotate based on season. Rosetta in Spring, Irrdessa in Summer, Fawn in Fall and Periwinkle in Winter with others appearing at random.


    Outdoor Locations
    1) The Evil Queen (10am - 5pm)

    2) Gaston (10am - 5pm)

    3) Kristoff and Sven (10am - 5pm)

    4) Olaf (10am - 5pm)

    5) Tremaines (10am - 5pm)

    6) Mulan (11pm - 4pm)

    7) Tiana (11pm - 4pm)

    8) Flynn Rider (10am - 5pm)

    9) Merida (9:30am - 7pm)

    10)Random Prince (Charming, Snow, Phillip, Naveen) (10am - 5pm)

    11) Blue Fairy (10am - 5pm)

    12) White Rabbit (10am - 4pm)

    13) Queen of Hearts (11pm - 3pm)

    14) Winnie the Pooh and Friend (11pm - 8pm)


    Roaming Characters
    1) Alice and Mad Hatter (Afternoons)

    2) Peter Pan and Wendy Darling (Afternoons)

    3) Captain Hook and Mr. Smee (10am - 3pm)

    4) Ruffians and Thugs (10am - 5pm) (Rapunzel’s Tower area)

    5) Terence, Vidia, Silvermist, Zarina, Rosetta (Summer-Winter), Iridessa (Fall-Spring), Fawn (Winter-Summer) (10am - 8pm) (Pixie Hollow)


    Shows
    Royal Majesty Makers

    Typical Showtimes: 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm

    The Magic of Pixie Hollow

    Daytime Shows: 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm
    Nighttime Shows: (8pm), (8:30pm), 9pm, 10:30pm (seasonal)

    Elsa’s Palace Enchanted Lights
    Typical Showtimes: (8:15pm), (8:45pm), 9:15pm, 10:45pm (seasonal)

    The Little Mermaid: The Musical

    Typical Showtimes: 11am, 1:30pm, 4pm, 6:30pm

    FANTASMIC!

    Typical Showtimes: 9:30pm, 11pm, (12:30am) (seasonal)

    Nightly Fireworks Spectacular

    Showtime: 10pm
     
  17. IAmNotAHufflepuff

    IAmNotAHufflepuff Well-Known Member

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    This is great stuff!

    Awesome to see you back on the forums! :D
     
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  18. Twilight_Roxas

    Twilight_Roxas Well-Known Member

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    Cool. Btw you didn't answer my last post above Treasure Cove.
     
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    Don't write continue to "Horizons Space Port"?
     
  20. Twilight_Roxas

    Twilight_Roxas Well-Known Member

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    You made the right choice with Treasure Cove if you seen the Shanghai Disneyland attraction.
     

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