This rollercoaster is the newest ride at Disney’s Magic Kingdom in Orlando Florida and is also one of the post popular attractions in the park. This roller coaster is based on the story of Snow White and features your favorite little men in this themed ride.
This attraction begins by really showing you what is possible in ride queue where you only wait a little while before encountering gems that light up when you touch them. Water that pours out when you put your hands under it and barrels of fun to play with.
That said, we’ve barely waited for this attraction because they really move people along and its a rope drop favorite. Just break to the right and if you are close to the Chesire Cafe at park open time you’ll be in good position to nearly walk onto this ride.
The mine train ride vehicles are small and each person has an individual lap bar so this is a great first roller coaster for the littles as they are well strapped in.
This is an old style climb and fall roller coaster set in a tight footprint right in the middle of Magic Kingdom. Thrill seekers will want to be in the back for most enjoyment. With short falls, you’re almost down the hill before you start to move. They make up for this with tight corners and whimsical break to sing Hi-Ho, Hi-Ho and mine precious gems with the dwarfs.
After a couple of climbs and falls, the ride ends with a view of snow white dancing with dwarves in the cottage and be sure to watch closely for a special surprise.
Theme Park: Magic Kingdom
Area of the Park: Fantasyland
Age Range Appeal: Preschoolers, Kids, Tweens, Teens, Adults
Queue Description: The queue for this ride is fun and moves along with multiple attractions to look at. There are abundant fans and shade in the outdoor portion of the wait. It moves into the air conditioning for the last stretch.
Queue Length: After rope drop, this ride queue usually stays between 45-75 minutes. This ride is popular rope drop destination and the queue usually climbs to its full length rapidly after park open. This the Individual Lightning Lane selection for Magic Kingdom. This means you can purchase a Lightning Lane for this ride and most days these sell out in the morning. The cost is usually between $10-12.
Ride Height Requirements: 38in (97cm) or taller
Scary Factor: Medium – This is a great entry level roller coaster. It is a roller coaster, though, so some kids may be frightened.