Grow up! build up like DL with Alice in Wonderland. Make the most of a small space by building up. New Snow white, New Alice.:shrug:
I don't know if there will be any official ceremony at the closing, but I will definitely be there with my son that night right up until closing. I've been on that thing nearly 3,400 times with him. It's going to be a very sad night.Does anyone think Disney will hold an AP event for the final goodbye for SWSA? A la Last Flight to Endor, etc.
It will be a very, very sad night for me as well, as the current Snow White ride is one of my favorite attractions in all of WDW.I don't know if there will be any official ceremony at the closing, but I will definitely be there with my son that night right up until closing. I've been on that thing nearly 3,400 times with him. It's going to be a very sad night.
Disneyland's area represents all the different structures from the movies. With WDW's version, it is part of the castle structure.Disneylands looks so much better with much more detail and a more excitng authentic castle style ..WDW's looks cheap
Ah, how is Peter Pan dated? It recreates the movie. It never has under a 20 minute wait, even on slow days.Yeah. Really, Snow White deserves a better ride than the Scary Adventures. And finally...she's getting one. :sohappy:
And hopefully, someday...Peter Pan will too. His ride, as it is, still retains charm (thanks to the vision of Walt and the original Imagineers)...but it is still very dated. I think its popularity certainly warrants giving the ride a major upgrade. If done properly, it could be amazing. Here's hoping...
I remeber MTWR That one scared me too as a little kid:ROFLOL: I think the person who said they were using some of the animatronics from SWSA in the new Mine ride might be correct?:shrug:In my humble opinion, the Walt Disney World version of Mr. Toad's Wild Ride was superior to Snow White's Scary Adventures.
My family and I won't miss this ride at all.
I said that as soon as I finished the movie. P&TF was one of Disneys best animated films in my opinion, and regardless of what it did at the box office it deserves a ride. Just about every scene in the movie screamed show scene for a ride. But oh well, a meet and great is pretty freakin awesome too!You know, people can talk about P&TF all they want and how it didn't make a lot of money (which it did) but that movie was MADE to be a ride.
WOW! 3400 times? That's awesome!I don't know if there will be any official ceremony at the closing, but I will definitely be there with my son that night right up until closing. I've been on that thing nearly 3,400 times with him. It's going to be a very sad night.
Definitely true there.In a way, you could say that this is the second time that the Magic Kingdom will close a Snow White ride and replace it with a different one. The only difference is that this third Snow White ride won't be located in the same building as the first and second ones were.
Thank you for saving me the typing time. Might I add that its capacity is low as well.Snow White is one of Disney's worst dark rides...they have revamped it once to try to make it make sense, and even that wasn't successful. It's just painted flats that reenact a handful of scenes from the movie.
It sends the under 4's screaming into a crying frenzy because it's too scary with the witch...it has virtually no re-ride interest for adults...and the over 12's avoid it like the plague.
It was an easy decision to remove it, especially once they added the Seven Dwarves Mine Train to the FLE...with similar theming.
I'm really glad to hear Ben is still riding, and will be up until the end. I'm really toying with being there that night myself.Nah, he's not going to like the mine coaster at all, I am almost certain. But I think he is going to LOVE the Little Mermaid ride when it opens.
No, he doesn't have any concept of the ride closing. He doesn't understand when a store is closed or when McDonalds can't make fries because they are still serving breakfast. This is probably going to be a very difficult summer.Does he know it's closing yet? If so, that must have been a hard conversation to have. At least he'll always be the #1 rider, and no one can break his record.
I guess I would be classified as a meet & greet hater. Here is my problem, if you want to add small spots to meet the characters all around the parks, thats fine. But when you decide to take a perfectly good show building, and not make a new (much needed) small dark ride, then its a cop-out in my book. Meeting the characters is fine, my kids love it, and I love watching them meet them. But not at the expense of new attractions. I know guests love characters, but I also know they like rides more. Just a thought but, maybe the lines for these meet and greets are artificially inflated do to a lack of park capacity? "Well the wait for peter pan and pooh are an hour and a half stand-by and the fast pass window isnt for 3 more hours. Hmm, what should we do? Lets go meet the princesses."If you recall, the original plan for the Fantasyland expansion was to have a couple of princess' with their own castles, right where the Mine Train is going. First, for all of the meet and greet haters; it's not a cop-out by Disney, it's something the guests demand (have you seen the line for Tangled??). Just because you don't like them, doesn't mean the rest of the guests don't. Second, the new ride will be a combination of a coaster and a dark ride. We haven't done it before, but it's going to be cool. Third, and trust me on this, a LOT of younger children come off of Snow White's Scary Adventures scared and crying. The research department usually gets either a 1 or a 10 for the ride, and not much in between. Wait until it's finished, you'll like it. Unless you're one of those people around here who finds fault in everything...