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24 Hours at the Magic Kingdom!

To kick the summer off in high gear, Disney opened the gates to the Magic Kingdom at 6am on Friday, May 23.  Guests can “Rock Your Disney Side: 24 hours” at the Magic Kingdom Park in Florida and also at the Disneyland Park in California and Disney California Adventure for 24-hours.  This bi-coastal celebration began at 6am on Friday, May 23 and ends at 6am on Saturday, May 24, local time.  Disney guests are welcome to dress as their favorite Disney hero or villain and enjoy special events, meet-and-greets, and unique surprises throughout the 24 hour festivities.

Summer is an ideal time to Rock Your Disney Side!
Summer is an ideal time to Rock Your Disney Side!

One perk of an early morning park visit was a sneak peek of the all-new Seven Dwarfs Mine Train!  Located in the Enchanted Forest of New Fantasyland, this family friendly roller coaster is an Imagineering marvel!  Fans of the former Snow White’s Scary Adventure ride will recognize some familiar figures on the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train as well as delight in the special additions.  This rockin’ roller coaster offers amazing views of the Magic Kingdom’s castles and carousel and ends with a wicked surprise!

Seven Dwarfs Cottage at the Magic Kingdom.
Seven Dwarfs Cottage at the Magic Kingdom.

For information on how you can Rock Your Disney Side, please visit: www.DisneyParks.com.

 

 

 

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