Magic Kingdom Celebrates 65 Years of Peter Pan With Special PhotoPass Opportunities

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Magic Kingdom will be celebrating the 65th anniversary of the classic Disney film Peter Pan from February 4-10 with limited time PhotoPass opportunities that can be found throughout the park.

Captain Hook and Mr. Smee will be meeting in Fantasyland from 9am to 6:15pm daily during the event. They will be coming and going throughout each day.

Next to where Hook and Smee will be meeting is a PhotoPass opportunity with Peter Pan’s elusive shadow. With a little post-photo magic, you will be standing next to Peter Pan without even knowing it.

On the bridge from Fantasyland towards Sleepy Hallow Refreshments will be a PhotoPass option that gives you wings. A great way to celebrate everyone’s favorite fairy, Tinker Bell.

On Main Street, U.S.A. guests will find a PhotoPass option that may be a little familiar, but is no less fitting for the occasion. Keep your hands open and Tinker Bell may rest right in your palms.

For those wanting to add a little something extra, look for a Cast Member standing in the hub by the Partner Statue, where he or she will be able to provide you with this prop that will fit nicely in any of your photos.

No Disney celebration would be complete without the accompanying hashtag, so be sure to use #PeterPan65 when sharing your photos online.

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