Reminder: Snow White’s Scary Adventure To Close May 31

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As a final reminder, Snow White’s Scary Adventures, which can be found in Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom, is set to close in one week on May 31, 2012.

This opening day attraction is set to make way for Princess Fairytale Hall. This new addition to Fantasyland is going to be the new home for visiting the Disney Princesses in the Magic Kingdom. According to the Disney Parks BlogThe castle-like entrance will feature walls of stone and stained glass windows. The entrance will open into a large gallery – an airy space with a high ceiling and portraits of Disney Princesses. When it’s time for their audience with a princess, guests will proceed to an elegantly finished room to meet her. Disney expects the new meet and greet area to open in late 2013.

As a reminder, Disney is currently building a new attraction based on Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs in the New Fantasyland. This roller coaster, called the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, will take place in the diamond mines as the cars swing back and forth along the way and is expected to open in 2014. So those of you who love this adorable princess, have no fear! You’ll see an attraction based off of this movie in the near future.

If you do have the opportunity to in the next week, make sure to stop and say goodbye to a dear friend. Even though this attraction and I haven’t always been the best of friends (I was terrified of it as a child), I am certainly going to miss it.

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Posted on May 24, 2012

4 Responses to “Reminder: Snow White’s Scary Adventure To Close May 31”

  • My daughter and I will be there on the 31st and have this one on our touring plan so we can say goodbye (even though it scared the begibies out of her a couple of years ago). Would you expect the lines/wait to be longer than normal as more people may be saying farewell?

    • by Mrs. Norcross on May 29, 2012, at 10:13 am EDT

      Grab a FP for Peter Pan, then ride Snow White first thing after opening for no line. Seems everytime I passed by this weekend (5/26-28), there was a pretty long line.

  • I realize I’m probably in the extreme minority here, but I will really, really miss Snow White’s Scary Adventure. I’m sorry to see it go, and I’m amazed it’ll be outlived by Stitch’s Great Escape, the worst attraction I’ve ever experienced at Disney World.

  • That seems like an AWFULLY long time to create a “meet-n-greet” hall. It better be jaw-dropping.