What a treat this week – Walt Disney Imagineering gave Disney Parks Blog readers an exclusive, first peek at the new interactive queue being added to The Haunted Mansion attraction at Magic Kingdom Park. When it officially opens, your experience will begin with a new story line with characters previously seen only inside the Mansion. And what really grabbed my attention was the new Decomposing Composer’s Crypt. The new tomb has interactive instruments that sound as weird as they look.
Also, we announced an exciting new pirate experience coming to Disneyland park next week. Beginning on March 25, you can join Captain Jack Sparrow and a crew of rowdy pirates for a Disneyland park exclusive, extended 3D film sequence – a sneak peek of the new “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides” film.
Look for “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides – Sneak Peek” on weekend nights from March 25 to May 30, and seven nights a week from April 15 through May 1. There’s more information about the experience in our original post.
Now, here’s a look at some of the other stories we shared this week:
Princess Aurora and Prince Phillip at Epcot – Princess Aurora and Prince Phillip topiaries are surrounded by pink at the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival.
Downtown Disney’s Loch Ness Monster on Holiday? – Walt Disney World Resort photographer Gene Duncan investigates the creature of the Lake Buena Vista lagoon.
More Exciting News About ‘World of Color’ – Thanks to our fans, “World of Color” has been named the Best New Theme Park Show of 2010, in the About.com 2011 Readers’ Choice Awards.
Take a Tilt-Shift Trip to Disneyland Paris – Our tilt-shift video series continues with “A Magical Day at Disneyland Paris.”
Disneyland at Dawn: Sleeping Beauty Castle Time Lapse – Watch as day breaks over Sleeping Beauty Castle in Disneyland park.
Magical Mysteries of Main Street, U.S.A., at Disneyland Park – Take stroll down Main Street, U.S.A., and learn the history of of some of its locations.