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1 Ariel’s Grotto
Pose for a picture with the Little Mermaid under the
sea atop an oversized seashell.
2 Be Our Guest Restaurant
Feast on mussels in white wine, ratatouille, and
other French fare in one of three elegant, Beauty
and the Beast–themed rooms in the Beast’s
Castle. Wine is served during dinner hours (a first
in the Magic Kingdom).
3 Dumbo The Flying Elephant
Hop onto the new-and-improved Dumbo ride, with
not one but two sets of soaring circus elephants. And
forget waiting in line: Dumbo now features a big top–
themed waiting area, with a playground and pagers
to alert you when it’s your turn to claim a gondola.
4 Enchanted Tales With Belle
Immerse yourself in a tale as old as time,
journeying from Maurice’s French
country cottage to the Beast’s
lavish library. Interact with the
likes of Lumière the
candlestick, Madame
Wardrobe, and the stars
of the story, Belle and
the Beast.
5 Fantasyland
Station
Hop off the train and
start exploring at the
newest stop for the Walt
Disney World Railroad, a
fleet of four authentic
steam trains.
6 The Barnstormer
Board a biplane-styled roller coaster car
and take to the skies, attempting the
daredevil stunts of The Great Goofini.
7 Under the Sea ~ Journey
of The Little Mermaid
Experience beloved scenes and songs from The
Little Mermaid, riding a colorful clamshell past a
procession of dancing fish, a crab-led band, lurking
eels, and the ultimate happy ending: Prince Eric and
Ariel’s fairytale wedding.
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Walking aroundWalt DisneyWorld with your nose in an oversized accordion map
is hardly the best way to take in the magic. But neither is darting in without a plan
of action. Now there’s a happy medium: Visitors can customize a map on Walt
Disney World’s website (customizedmaps.disney.go.com), pinpointing their
must-sees, must-rides, and any other musts at all four Disney parks. The maps
can be printed immediately, or Disney will ship you a keepsake set in about two
to four weeks (for free!). To give you a head start, we charted out some of the
Magic Kingdom’s latest additions in the new Fantasyland area. Happy mapping!
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