Tokyo DisneySea has released more information on Soaring: Fantastic Flight today, which will open on July 23, 2019.
The new attraction will take guests into the Museum of Fantastic Flight, which is dedicated to the dreams of flying. The current exhibit on display will be honoring Camellia Falco, a name we’ve seen in Disneyland’s new Tropical Hideaway. Falco was an innovator and a member of S.E.A. the Society of Explorers and Adventurers.
As guests take in the tour inside of the museum, they’ll be able to see all of the adventures that Camellia has been on before boarding on her latest invention, a flying vehicle known as the Dream Flyer. Guests can then follow on in Camellia’s spirit, which believed that imagination can take you into the future and around the world.
This attraction will open up in Mediterranean Harbor in DisneySea, allowing guests to experience the beloved Soarin’ Around the World attraction in a newly imagined way. Last September we reported that Soaring: Fantastic Flight will have that nod to the other Soarin’ attractions by using some of the film scenes, as well as having brand new scenes for guests to fly over as well.
The Emmy-winning composer Bruce Broughton, who’s created the scores for other Disney attractions, such as Soarin’, will return to create the score for Soaring: Fantastic Flight. You can hear more about his involvement with this attraction on our new podcast Dreamfinders.
Are you ready to take flight on this new adventure? Let us know in the comments!