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Imagineers Add a Piece of Snow White’s Scary Adventures to Seven Dwarfs Mine Train at Magic Kingdom Park

Jennifer Fickley-Baker

by , Editorial Content Manager, Walt Disney World Resort

Who’s ready for a Seven Dwarfs Mine Train update?

Our friends at Walt Disney Imagineering recently reached another milestone in the construction of the attraction with the overnight addition of a few scenic elements guests will encounter at the top of the mine train’s first lift. When mine cars pull out of the load area, they’ll travel up the track to the top of the mountain, where a jib crane sits topped by two ominous vultures, the latter of which originally appeared in the park’s original Snow White’s Scary Adventures attraction. This is the last stop before the mine train’s cars plunge into a mine shaft.

Check out the photos of the recent overnight install below.



Seven Dwarfs Mine Train is set to debut in 2014 in New Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom Park. Got questions? Be sure to check out our previous blog posts on the attraction.

To learn more about the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train, check out these posts below:


  • Does anyone know what month the Mine Train will be opening???

  • I love this tribute. I can’t wait to look for Hidden Mickeys on this ride!

  • This is adorable! I saw them testing the mine carts last night which means the track is complete! I’m so glad it’s one step closer to opening!

  • Really hoping this will be open when I visit in June 2014!

    I also really enjoy Disney’s homages to past attractions.

  • What do you think the estimated ride length will be for the attraction?

  • Do you know yet when in 2014 that the attraction will open? I’m so excited to see it completed!

    • As soon as we know, we’ll post it here.

  • Hi Jennifer,

    I was very happy to see such a tribute to Snow White’s Scary Adventures as part of this new attraction. I cannot wait to experience this next year!

    Best regards,

    • Me, too!

  • I agree Matthew!

    Snow White’s Scary Adventures was one of my favorite classic Fantasyland attractions – I’m so glad you have added this tribute to the anticipated Mine Train! 🙂

  • So glad to see the continued respect for the history of the park. Little things like this – and even the more symbolic things, like the 20k water in Ariel’s Lagoon – make me respect WDI even more…if that’s possible :).

    • 🙂

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