Disneyland Celebrates 65th Anniversary with Snow White Ride Refurbishment
For the first time since reopening under a new name and updated technology in the 1980s, Snow White’s Scary Adventures at Disneyland Resort is about to receive some major enhancements in time for the ride’s – and the park’s – 65th anniversary in 2020.
According to Disney Parks Blog:
“In addition to experiencing familiar elements of the attraction you know and love, you’ll discover enhanced story details and all-new scenes. For example, a new vignette will show Snow White in a beautiful forest setting waking up from her deep sleep. Also, the attraction will conclude when Snow White is reunited with her animal friends, and a shimmering castle is seen in the distance.”
This is obviously a big step for Disney’s Imagineers. Besides standing as Disneyland’s only princess dark ride, Snow White was also Disney’s very first princess and the heroine of the world’s first full-length animated feature.
— Disneyland Resort (@Disneyland) December 21, 2013
The ride itself is a classic dark ride that has been a part of Disneyland since the park first opened in 1955, and is also available to experience at Tokyo Disneyland and Disneyland Paris. The Walt Disney World attraction was closed in 2012, but guests can still spot Snow White in the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train coaster located within the park’s New Fantasyland expansion.
— Walt Disney World (@WaltDisneyWorld) May 4, 2014
Enjoy a final ride through Snow White’s Scary Adventures before the attraction closes for its scheduled refurbishment on Monday, January 6, 2020.