This week, we’ve received some of our most exciting “sneak peek” photos yet from within Seven Dwarfs Mine Train . As we previously shared , the attraction features an interactive queue with a few different elements guests can look forward to. One interactive opportunity, according to our friends at Walt Disney Imagineering, is the chance to sort gemstones at a 15-foot digital sluice box. Here, guests can drag gems into different trays and match them by color and shape.
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All in the Details: Glittering Gems Light Up Seven Dwarfs Mine Train Queue at Magic Kingdom Park
One year ago this month, we were looking back with fondness on a Disney Legend and looking ahead with excitement to new experiences coming to Magic Kingdom Park . Let’s take a look at what we were working on April 2013 here on the Disney Parks Blog .
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Tokyo Disney Resort Welcomes 600 Millionth Guest
So who was the 600 millionth guest? Yumi Sakai, who was visiting the park with her husband and two children. To celebrate, Yumi was given flowers and asked to help lead a special ceremony alongside Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse. She also received a certificate, three years of park admission, Mickey Mouse and Duffy plushes, and more.
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