Have you heard the exciting news? Recently a brand new interactive queue debuted at Peter Pan’s Flight in Magic Kingdom. This is fifth queue of its kind joining those at Dumbo the Flying Elephant, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Haunted Mansion, and Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. Here is the description courtesy of WDW News:
Even before they soar above the rooftops of London on their way to Never Land, Magic Kingdom guests experiencing Peter Pan’s Flight are immersed in a magical world thanks to a new interactive queue. The eye-filling opening scene includes a corridor of interactive murals. Tinker Bell flies around the room and gets playful in the nursery of the Darling children. Enthralled guests are able to interact with some of the toys; their own shadows dance and play on the walls with the characters of the epic story, before being sprinkled with pixie dust and flying away.
Please check out this great behind-the-scenes video about what went into creating this bit of Disney Magic (photos and video courtesy of Disney Parks Blog):
Anyone else excited to try out this new queue? Have you seen it yet?
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So excited to ride Peter Pan’s Flight this Spring Break Disney World. My step son’s favorite cartoon is Peter Pan and when we went to Disneyland this past summer it was closed for renovations so Peter Pan and Nemo were the only two rides we really missed out on.
I’m excited to try this out in a few weeks, too! I think Peter Pan is great at both Disneyland and Disney World, but I definitely prefer Disney World’s version of Nemo. I get so claustrophobic on Disneyland’s version. I hope you and your family have a magical vacation! 🙂