Disney's Fantasyland to get a revamp
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Walt Disney World says a new indoor roller
coaster and a new place to interact with Disney princesses will be
part of the largest expansion in Magic Kingdom history.
Disney announced details of the plans Tuesday that will double
the size of the theme park's Fantasyland section.
The coaster, dubbed the "The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train," will
feature vehicles that swing back and forth along a twisting track.
And in "Princess Fairytale Hall," Aurora, Cinderella and other
Disney princesses will greet guests in a new royal court.
Another new indoor ride with a "Little Mermaid" theme will be
like one opening at Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif., later this year.
The new Fantasyland will open in phases beginning in late 2012.